Centennial History of Sheltering Arms Hospital
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Published by Sheltering Arms Hospital .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • History,
  • Medical / Nursing

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsCharles M. Caravati (Designer)
The Physical Object
FormatLibrary Binding
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8518980M
ISBN 100962337005
ISBN 109780962337000
OCLC/WorldCa28965852

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Sheltering Arms Hospital: A Centennial History () [Ann Rutherford, Illustrated by Photos Lower] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Lower, Ann Rutherford, Illustrated by Photos. Sheltering Arms Hospital: A Centennial History (–). Richmond, VA: William Byrd. Moltz, Lucy Powell, History of the Mrs. John B. Lightfoot Circle of the King's Daughters, – This page was last edited on 12 May , at (UTC). Text is available under the Born: Septem , Berryville, Virginia, US. Otis Kermit Rice (June 6, – Septem ) was an American academic historian specializing in West Virginia history. His career was mostly at the West Virginia Institute of Technology (–87) at Montgomery where he was chairman of the history department and dean of the School of Human Studies. In he became West Virginia’s first Historian Laureate. Richmond Times‐Dispatch, February Sheltering Arms records, newspaper clipping, Valentine Richmond History Center, Richmond, VA; Lower, Anne Rutherford. Sheltering Arms Hospital: A Centennial History (–). Richmond, VA: William Byrd. Moltz, Lucy Powell, History of the Mrs. John B. Lightfoot Circle of the King's Daughters.

Today, Sheltering Arms serves more than 3, children and their families each year, offering learning opportunities as young as six weeks of age, and proactive support for families from GED courses to job search and housing assistance from services based in 13 centers across Atlanta. At Sheltering Arms, our approach to stroke rehabilitation is holistic, involving you, your family and your rehabilitation team, and focusing on every aspect of your medical, psychological and social needs. Sheltering Arms offers expert care at every stage of the rehabilitation process, from the hospital to outpatient setting and beyond. Sheltering Arms and VCU Health have come together to create Sheltering Arms Institute, a state-of-the-science, destination, translational research hospital where clinicians, scientists, innovators and technologists work together to apply research in real time to physical medicine and rehabilitation. Center Locations Hours of OperationMonday – Friday: am – pm 1. Buford Drive Center Buford Drive | Lawrenceville, GA Phone: Fax: Center Director: Luisa Vasquez 2. Cobb Center Roberta Drive | Marietta, GA Phone: Fax: Center Director: Angela Brown-Gorham 3. East Lake Center East Lake Boulevard [ ].

The Sheltering Arms was a child care agency founded in and operated by the Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota until Beginning in , it was located at West River Road in Minneapolis. Its history consists of three distinct periods. From to , the Sheltering Arms was a home for orphaned and dependent children. Historian Otis Kermit Rice (June 6, Septem ) was born in Hugheston, Kanawha earned undergraduate degrees at Morris Harvey College (now University of Charleston), an M.A. in education (West Virginia University, ), and a Ph.D. in history (University of Kentucky, ).After being a teacher and principal in Kanawha County schools, Rice taught at West Virginia. In , the hospital moved in front of the Spring Hill Cemetery. Originally called Thomas Hospital and Sanitarium, it became Charleston General Hospital. In , it moved to a new facility on Brooks Street. Charleston General combined with the well-known Sheltering Arms Hospital in Hansford, WV, an bed facility and nursing school. 1. Author(s): Lower,Anne Rutherford Title(s): Sheltering Arms Hospital: a centennial history, / Anne Rutherford Lower. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: [Richmond, Va.?].