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History of medicine in Maastricht 1400 -1680 Poor relief and care for the sick by the church, the monasteries and the town 1814 -1850 building on the basis of the French Revolution 1628 Elisabeth Strouven established Calvariënberg. 1814 Provincial Commission of Medical 22 surgeons in Maastricht. relief and hospital administrationInvestigation and Oversight Poor Statutes of the fraternity of1651 1674 Grey sisters in the care for the by College of Governors of the insane. Poor (Burgerlijk Armbestuur). 1822 The civilian Hospital Calvariënberg (1822 -1891). 1823 Clinical School for pharmacists and midwifes. for Romans and Pilgrims 1825 Doctor Jacobus Bosch fi rstsurgeon, lecturer obstetrics. 1846 Foundation of the mental 270 - 400 Roman Castellum, Bridgehead institution at Calvariënberg. at the Meuse. Roman medical instruments and salve stone. 816 Council of Aachen. Obligation for abbeys and monasteries to shelter sick pilgrims in a domus hospitalis. Start of hospices: St. Servaashospice; St. Agatha hospice. 1050 First mention of St. Servaas- hospice by Jocundus. 1850 1840 1830 1820 1810 1800 1750 1700 1650 1600 1550 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 800 600 400 200 0 1680 -1794 The fortress Maastricht and a University Medical Center 'avant la lettre' 1680 Military Hospital Maastricht. 1736 Public anatomy lessons Adrien Pelerin, fi rst professor of medicine in Maastricht. 1794 Maastricht conquered by the French. End of Illustrious School. 1796 French law and organization in health care. 1200 -1400 The scourge of God, the plague and the lepers 1216 Leprosy communicated by Crusaders, Leper colony (‘t Zieken). 1316 Hospices in the neigh- bourhood ‘De Heilige Geest’ later ‘Grote heilige Geest’. 1370 -1670 Epidemics of the plague; plague barracks.


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