ⓘ Clara Swain Hospital

                                     

ⓘ Clara Swain Hospital

The Clara Swain Hospital is a hospital located in Bareilly, India. It was founded by Dr. Clara Swain in the early 1870s to provide focused medical care to women and children. Presently, the Clara Swain Hospital remains the "oldest and largest Methodist hospital in India." At the pinnacle of the hospital’s career, 350 patient beds were in use, and an active community outreach program was in place. Additionally, it was the lead institution for nursing education in Northern India. However, by 1998, the hospital had acquired great debt and had only 30 patients in attendance. Subsequently, debate sprung over the decision to officially close the hospital, under the Methodist Church in India.

Efforts to revive the hospital was supported by the newly appointed hospital Director, Lillian Wallace and qualification of the program of revitalization of the hospital, funded by the General Board of global ministries. As a result, in 2001 it was reported that the hospital has undergone a number of renewal projects and as well as increase of medical equipment, staff, and patients. In addition, a separate grant was issued by the womens division of the General Board of global ministries to increase the facilities of the school of nursing. In 2006, the hospital has a designated wing for the diagnosis and treatment of HIV / AIDS patients.

The hospital was leased by a prominent businessman and was updated in 2011 under the leadership of Umesh Mr. Gautam, Chancellor Invertis University, and many ways.

                                     
  • Dr. Clara A. Swain 18 July 1834 - 25 December 1910 was a physician and missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church. She has been called the pioneer
  • efficient measures to procure funds, the services of Isabella Thoburn and of Clara Swain M.D., were secured. These two women sailed from New York City for India
  • Picotte, class of 1889 the first Native American female physician Clara Swain class of 1869 the first female medical missionary to India from the
  • Arnett 1967 Palace of Healing: The Story of Dr. Clara Swain first woman missionary doctor, and the hospital she founded 1968 Lone Woman: The Story of Elizabeth
  • to work in the education of India s girls and women, and physician Clara Swain to work in medicine, the first female doctor to undertake such work
  • Women s College October 1, 1891. The first women students were: Maude Bonner, Clara Comstock, Nettie Goodale Murdoch, Elizabeth Peckham, Anne T. Weeden, and
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  • It is located north of Fresno County and Fresno, and southeast of Santa Clara County and San Jose. The county derives its name from the Merced River
  • instructors. Avi Pub. Co. pp. 31, 114, 154. ISBN 9780870552137. Swain Barbara 1978 Barbara Swain s Cookery for 1 Or 2. Tucson, Arizona: H.P Books. p. 30.
  • youngest of four children of cedar barrel maker James Arents and his wife Jane Swain Gintner Arents. When her husband died in 1855, Jane and her four young children
  • College, Allahabad, United Provinces Esther Gimson Bare Clara Swain Methodist, Episcopal Mission Hospital Bareilly, United Provinces Dorothy Cisley de la Hey
  • Areas. Clara Bremner Retallack, Headmistress, Michaelstow Junior and Infants School, St. Tudy, Cornwall. Elizabeth Rhind, Matron, Tippethill Hospital Bathgate