Origin of hospitalization
Examples from the Web for hospitalization
And, according to an October post his feed, the school allegedly issued a second order of hospitalization for him.Prof: MIT Hospitalized Me For Ferguson Tweets
December 11, 2014
Sam Lutfi may have tricked Amanda Bynes into hospitalization.Sam Lutfi Is Young Hollywood’s Most Infamous Svengali
October 17, 2014
For mood disorders like depression and bipolar disorder, the hospitalization rate has jumped 80 percent since 1997.How American Hospitals Are Failing Mentally Ill Kids
March 19, 2014
A statement from the Palace insisted the hospitalization - at a private London hospital - was 'precautionary'.
You suffered a terrible crash in a dragster called Vampire back in 2006 that resulted in hospitalization and brain damage.‘Top Gear’ Host Richard Hammond Invades America With New Show
April 13, 2012
"I intend paying for my nephew's hospitalization, and for his wife's funeral," he said.Dearest
Henry Beam Piper
Dr. William Baker was quite sure he had no need of hospitalization, but he let them settle him in a hospital bed anyway.The Great Gray Plague
Raymond F. Jones
United Miners has repudiated your actions even to the point of refusing the cost of your hospitalization.Frigid Fracas
Dallas McCord Reynolds
Finally, we must aid in cushioning the heavy and rising costs of illness and hospitalization to individuals and families.
He had a hospitalization card made out to a group policy of this newspaper in Oklahoma City.Warren Commission (12 of 26): Hearings Vol. XII (of 15)
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
- the act or an instance of being hospitalized
- the duration of a stay in a hospital
Word Origin and History for hospitalization
1873, noun of action from hospitalize.
- The act of placing a person in a hospital as a patient.
- The condition of being hospitalized.
- Insurance that fully or partially covers one's hospital expenses.