A history of healthcare buildings

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CABE, 1 Kemble Street, London
A lunchtime event presented as part of CABE Health Week

With the scale and pace of the healthcare building programme currently under way, it is sometimes easy to forget what went before. Architects for Health tell the story of building for health in this country, from Florence Nightingale, through the early days of the NHS, to the present day

An Architects for Health Event – 17 May 2006

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