ORGANIZACIJA RADA CIVILNE BOLNICE U SPLITU TIJEKOM DRUGOGA SVJETSKOG RATA (1941.–1945.)

  • Livia Brisky

Abstract

In the first half of the 20th century, Civic Hospital in Split intensified its formation towards health institution in the modern sense. The need for competent physicians and specialized experts, heads of the individual hospital departments, also became in Split Hospital the part of the global process of disintegration of medicine into the direction of medical specializations. The aim of this study was to investigate the function of the Civic Hospital in Split during the Second World War on the basis of the archival sources preserved in the State Archives in Split. The work organization, the names of the physicians and detailed arrangements of hospital beds were presented, as well as the increase of its capacity during analyzed period. Great attention was also dedicated to the foundation of new hospital departments. This study revealed the development of the Civic Hospital in Split between 1941 and 1945 which could offer complete medical care to the sick and wounded persons.

 

Key words: history of medicine, 20th century, Second World War, Civic Hospital, Split, Croatia

Published
2018-05-07