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Hospitals can be found in London, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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Bee Gee and Family Featured Hospitals Print

Bee Gee and Family

Bee Gee Maurice Gibb with his wife, Yvonne, and their children Adam, four, and seven week old Samantha, at London's Heathrow airport when they arrived from New York, USA. They were here for two weeks to show the baby to relatives. 12/01/03 : Bee Gee Maurice Gibb with his wife, Yvonne, and their children Adam, four, and seven week old Samantha, at London's Heathrow airport when they arrived from New York, USA. Gibb died in hospital his family said. The 53-year-old had been in a critical condition in hospital after suffering a heart attack during an operation to remove an intestinal blockage after he collapsed at his Florida home last week. His wife Yvonne and his two children had been with him at the Mount Sinai Medical Centre in Miami since the surgery on Thursday night

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Brian Clough Featured Hospitals Print

Brian Clough

Middlesbrough centre-forward Brian Clough shoots for goal over the fallen Leyton Orient centre-half Bishop, during the second division football match at Leyton, London. 20/09/04: Clough has died. A hospital spokeswoman said the European Cup winner, who was 69, had been suffering from stomach cancer

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Entertainment - Ken Dodd Fill the Jam Jar Photocall - London Featured Hospitals Print

Entertainment - Ken Dodd Fill the Jam Jar Photocall - London

Comedian Ken Dodd pictured this afternoon when he handed over a jam jar full of money to the Rev, John Pellow Assistant Director, National Fund for Research into Poliomyeltiis and other Crippling Dieases, at the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, London. Money had been collected in dressing room at the London Palladium in response to a "Fill the Jam jar" campaign. Also in the picture are Jennie Lyons (left) and Wendy Gotelel who had come from the palladium with Ken Dodd, and Corporal Burton of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea. The presentation was made shortly before the annual meeting of the Fund. It was formerly known as the Polio Research Fund

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