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Similarly, Launceston's Dr Pugh established St John's Hospital inbut inadequate donations prostituhes its closure inand St Paul's Hospital in Stanley lasted about twelve years from Tasmania's first regional hospital established through prostiitutes effort opened at Campbell Town in From the s onwards, the establishment of trained, scientific nursing, and the development of antiseptics and anaesthetics, which improved operations, and medicine generally, meant that hospital care improved greatly, and patients were more likely to recover from serious illness in hospital than at home.
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From onwards more country hospitals were set up, launceston by Trained nurses were port jn many of the new types of hospital such as the Consumptives' Sanatorium at New Town, established in later known as the Tasmanian Chest Hospital.
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