There may come a time when seniors in Atlanta need to be admitted to a hospital. Whether seniors in Atlanta are admitted to a hospital emergency room, having planned surgery or admitted for non-critical hospital care, there are plenty of hospitals in Atlanta that can help seniors get the care they need. Many hospitals in Atlanta have implemented programs that are suited to the needs of seniors for their hospital stay. In fact, Emory University ranks as one of the best geriatric care hospitals in the country. Nurses, doctors and medical professionals in Atlanta's hospitals work hard to care for seniors and to make sure that their needs are met. Find a hospital by county: Cherokee County, Clayton County, Cherokee County, DeKalb County, Douglas County, Fayette County, Forsyth County, Fulton County, Gwinnett County, Hall County, Henry County, Rockdale County.

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It may seem unnecessary to define a "hospital" since everyone knows the nature of a hospital. A hospital began as a charitable institution for the needy, aged, infirm, or young.

The word "hospital" comes from the Latin "hospes" which refers to either a visitor or the host who receives the visitor. From "hospes" came the Latin "hospitalia", an apartment for strangers or guests, and the medieval Latin "hospitale" and the Old French "hospital". It crossed the Channel in the 14th century and in England began a shift in the 15th century to mean a home for the elderly or infirm or a home for the down-and-out.

"Hospital" only took on its modern meaning as "an institution where sick or injured are given medical or surgical care" in the 16th century.

Hospitals may be general, accepting all types of medical or surgical cases, or special (e.g., children's hospitals, mental hospitals), limiting service to a single type of patient or illness. However, general hospitals usually also have specialized departments, and special hospitals tend to become affiliated with general hospitals. and Britannica Concise Encyclopedia

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