Chippenhae hospital, chippensham hospital, a new name for the chippengamis

Posted February 07, 2018 09:20:23 English The Chippenshae Hospital, Chippentham Hospital, is changing its name to Chippeningham Hospital.

The hospital is set to open in March 2019.

It will be located at the junction of St. Andrew’s Road and Chippendale Street.

It is expected to become the only primary health centre in the city to serve chippening ham.

The facility was built in 1913 and has a population of more than 5,000 people.

The hospital is one of the few in the world that has no waiting area, no waiting room and no waiting beds.

It has a fully equipped and staffed waiting area.

The site was used to build the hospital in 1913 when the hospital was built for the London Hospital.

It was also used to construct the Hospital for the Sick and Disabled in 1918 and was used as a hospital for the Royal Navy during World War I.

The Chipperfield Hospital, where many of the hospital’s patients were born and died, is set for closure.

The Health Department is looking to upgrade the site to a new hospital and to convert it into a regional health centre.

The department will have the authority to purchase and acquire land to complete the redevelopment.