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Title: Hurstwood Park Neurological Centre: three-quarters of a century of neuroscience in Sussex by John Rees

Reference: NHNN/HIST/45

Date: 2017

Description: In 1941, because of fears over the effect of air raids in London, the National Hospital's surgical department and its staff were transferred to Hurstwood Park Hospital, Haywards Heath, Sussex, along with some nurses. Hurstwood Park had originally been built in 1938 as an acute psychiatric admissions unit.

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Parent: Historical records

Storage Reference: 1 book [Box 124]

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Notes: Level: Item Keywords: Language: English

Keywords: Calm Archives

Compilations: NHNN archives

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