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ARCHITECTURE AND MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC SCIENTIFIC - EDUCATIONAL JOURNAL


Article MISSIONARY HERITAGE HEALTHCARE BUILDINGS IN TRANSJORDAN, AT THE END OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE AND DURING THE EMIRATE PERIOD (1880-1946)
Authors Dina Daoud, Jawdat AL-Goussous, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
Abstract Western missionaries play an essential role in the development of the healthcare sector in Jordan by providing modern medical services, training specialist nurses and combating endemic diseases. The purpose of this research is to document five of the heritage healthcare buildings in Transjordan, which were founded by western missionaries at the end of the Ottoman Empire and during the Emirate period (1880-1946). The theoretical and historical background information was gathered from available resources and the common architectural elements were analyzed. These buildings have historical and cultural significance, in addition to its unified characteristics related to the local architecture.
Keywords: Healthcare Services, Heritage Healthcare Building, Missionary Hospitals, Transjordan
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