When was wrexham maelor hospital built?

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Medh Sastry

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The Wrexham Maelor Hospital is a district general hospital for the north east region of Wales. It is managed by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

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Amrusha Kaur

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Wrexham Maelor Hospital/Founded

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Gaveshan Prashad

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In 1838, the Infirmary was built. During it's lifetime, many extensions and improvements were made to the Infirmary (now the Art College) and it continued to be .

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Tripurasundari Atwal

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Croesnewydd Hospital was originally built as a ward for Wrexham Union c. 1912 (also see GD/C) and also included fever wards. Later this hospital became .

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Sakshi Jhaveri

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History — History[edit]. The hospital has its origins in the Wrexham Union Workhouse which was completed in 1838. . In the late 19th century a large ." Beds: 800" Location: Wrexham, Wales, United Kingdom" Opened: 1934" Lists: Hospitals in Wales

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Harekrishna Bahl

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— Plas Maelor marks the foundation of the Maelor General Hospital. The buildings were opened in 1934 by the Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George, MP, .

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