St. Thomas’ Hospital

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St Thomas' Hospital is a hospital in central London on the river Thames. In 1860 it was used to train nurses as a part of the Nightingale training academy made by Florence Nightingale.[1]

It is now part of the Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, together with Guy's Hospital and King's College Hospital.

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  1. Petroni, A. (1969). "[The First Nursing School in the world--St. Thomas Hospital School in London]". Munca sanitara. PMID 5195090. Retrieved 2020-05-20.