Translation of infirmary in Spanish:

infirmary

hospital, n.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈfəːm(ə)ri//ɪnˈfərm(ə)ri/

noun

  • 1

    (hospital)
    hospital masculine
    • One of the founders, and the first surgeon to the infirmary, was Charles White.
    • One former nurse at the infirmary said he had a charming manner but made it clear to staff that he was the ‘king pin’.
    • Her name was Netta, which is a name that I still love to this day, and she was a paramedic at the infirmary.
    • Norris, originally from Scotland where he trained, began work as a staff nurse in orthopaedics at the infirmary in December 2001.
    • Anyway, she started secretly treating drudges at night after she learned that most infirmaries consist of a first-aid kit and a supply of heavy sedatives.
    • Mr Hesketh waited two hours in the infirmary's accident and emergency department for an X-ray.
    • Today, a spokeswoman for the hospital trust which operates the infirmary confirmed that the source had now been identified.
    • The woman, who is in her 90s, is being treated by Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust, which has wards on the infirmary site.
    • There were also in Baghdad numerous colleges of learning, hospitals, infirmaries for both sexes and lunatic asylums.
    • Soon the hotel began to resemble an infirmary, with dozens of guests in various stages of illness strewn around the lobby every night.
    • Detectives will look into the records of other patients who died on Ward One at the infirmary between July 2001 and January 2004.
    • All were orthopaedic patients on ward 36 at the infirmary.
    • Police are also carrying out medical reviews of 18 other deaths at the infirmary and St James's Hospital in Leeds.
    • Within five years the infirmary would be a paperless hospital.
    • He was still feeling a bit groggy, probably due to a sedative given to him by a nurse at the infirmary.
    • Some of the wounded were taken to small infirmaries nearby or to local residents' homes.
    • Even those who have access to an infirmary or clinic may visit herbalists or other healers.
    • He was referred to top surgeons at the infirmary after one of the aneurysms showed signs of significantly worsening.
    • Withering first settled into medical practice in Stafford, working as a physician in the county infirmary.
    • Nuns also provided cheap personnel for preschools, infirmaries, sanitariums, asylums, soup kitchens, and orphanages, especially in the North.
  • 2

    (medical room)
    enfermería feminine
    • I walked out of the communications room and headed towards the infirmary.
    • Check whether the camp infirmary stocks your child's medication, too.
    • Nobody ever had to wear a hospital gown unless they'd been in the infirmary for something.
    • The section ends with Stephen recovering in the school infirmary.
    • Being back in prison after everything that happened - even if he was in the infirmary, it's still prison.
    • Each of Florida's counties stocked medical supplies in school infirmaries.
    • She did feel that she was fit to the task, prison infirmary or not.
    • She explained that she was currently treating a patient in the small jail infirmary who was about 24 weeks pregnant.
    • When I went down to the prison infirmary, I walked down there on my own and I didn't really lose much blood.
    • Cherry sat across from them in the prison's infirmary, sipping slowly at her cup of warm milk.
    • Before actually coming strait to my house I had to drop by the school infirmary to get my hand taken care of and go in search for Sam's clothes.
    • I awoke, letting my eyes slowly adjust to the dim but still traumatic lighting of the infirmary.
    • In 1865 a medical magazine set up a special commission to inquire into London workhouse infirmaries.
    • It boasted offices, a county records depository, cells for petty prisoners, accommodation for women prisoners, a yard and an infirmary.
    • The size of a small hospital, the infirmary had more than enough resources to tend to the wounded, and they were well taken care of.
    • Her eyes opened and she stared up at him curiously, seeming not in the least bit surprised to be sleeping in the prison infirmary.
    • Phineas is taken to the school's infirmary where he is cared for by Doctor Stanhope.
    • The infirmary, or hospital, was across the rectangle of stone walkways from the stables.
    • I sat there in the infirmary watching the nurses run about, taking blood and putting in tube after tube trying to save him.
    • The lack of medical supplies and the primitive infirmary the delegates observed make it clear that it is difficult to provide even basic medical care.