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Theodor I. Preda Hospital from Craiova Between the Years 1870-1910.

Dinu ES - Clujul Med (2015)

Bottom Line: Preda, was the result of private initiatives in health care.It was founded in 1870 by the Municipality of Craiova, according to the request expressed by Theodore I.The new premises of the hospital, which was opened in 1910, improved work and turned it into a modern hospital.

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Affiliation: Faculty of History and Philosophy, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

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One of the most important hospitals in Craiova, hospital Theodor I. Preda, was the result of private initiatives in health care. It was founded in 1870 by the Municipality of Craiova, according to the request expressed by Theodore I. Preda in his will. Until 1910 it functioned in the homes of the donor and the money necessary for the activity came from leasing out the Stârcoviţa and Cearângul estates that belonged to Theodor I. Preda and were donated to the town hall in order to maintain the hospital that would bear his name. Thanks to the efforts of the city hall but also of accrued income, it was possible to put up another building. The new premises of the hospital, which was opened in 1910, improved work and turned it into a modern hospital.

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Mentions: By his will from 1863, the merchant Theodor I. Preda (1798–1868) (Fig. 1) donated his homes in Craiova to the City Hall, together with the estates Cearângul and Stârcoviţa from Mehedinţi County, in order to establish a hospital that would bear his name [4]. After his death, through royal law no. 1389 of 1868 the city approved the donation of the two houses in the suburb of Sfiinţilor Arhangheli, Mihail Kogălniceanu Street no. 20 [5], which had been built by Theodor I. Preda before 1850 and they served as private residence.


Theodor I. Preda Hospital from Craiova Between the Years 1870-1910.

Dinu ES - Clujul Med (2015)

Theodor I. Preda (1798–1868).
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f1-cm8801p91: Theodor I. Preda (1798–1868).
Mentions: By his will from 1863, the merchant Theodor I. Preda (1798–1868) (Fig. 1) donated his homes in Craiova to the City Hall, together with the estates Cearângul and Stârcoviţa from Mehedinţi County, in order to establish a hospital that would bear his name [4]. After his death, through royal law no. 1389 of 1868 the city approved the donation of the two houses in the suburb of Sfiinţilor Arhangheli, Mihail Kogălniceanu Street no. 20 [5], which had been built by Theodor I. Preda before 1850 and they served as private residence.

Bottom Line: Preda, was the result of private initiatives in health care.It was founded in 1870 by the Municipality of Craiova, according to the request expressed by Theodore I.The new premises of the hospital, which was opened in 1910, improved work and turned it into a modern hospital.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Faculty of History and Philosophy, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

ABSTRACT
One of the most important hospitals in Craiova, hospital Theodor I. Preda, was the result of private initiatives in health care. It was founded in 1870 by the Municipality of Craiova, according to the request expressed by Theodore I. Preda in his will. Until 1910 it functioned in the homes of the donor and the money necessary for the activity came from leasing out the Stârcoviţa and Cearângul estates that belonged to Theodor I. Preda and were donated to the town hall in order to maintain the hospital that would bear his name. Thanks to the efforts of the city hall but also of accrued income, it was possible to put up another building. The new premises of the hospital, which was opened in 1910, improved work and turned it into a modern hospital.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus