Jüdische Pflege- geschichte

Jewish Nursing History

Biographien und Institutionen in Frankfurt am Main

Introduction

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Hospital der Israelitischen Gemeinde, 1874 Hospital of the Jewish Community, 1874  Bildnachweis Picture credit

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News  News archive

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Selected articles   All articles in overview

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The research database

The nationwide unique research database of this project is an extensive knowledge network of chronological data and individual entries as well as numerous image documents and allows a comprehensive research and insight into the complex of themes of Jewish nursing history and far beyond.

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546

People

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152

Institutions

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222

Places

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53

Buildings and objects

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Source disclosures

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„High standards of medical care, good nursing care, human warmth and understanding toward the patient … treatment of every person in need of care, no matter what skin color or nationality, where poor or rich, Jew, Christian or Arab.“

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