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The Samuel Johnson Community Hospital offers a range of inpatient and outpatient services in the heart of the community in Lichfield, bringing NHS services closer to the whole community.
There are a wide range of services available on site, including X-rays, ultrasound scans, daycase surgery, renal dialysis and rehabilitation services, a midwife-led maternity unit and antenatal clinics.
The hospital is named after Samuel Johnson, an 18th Century writer born in Lichfield in 1709, who released the first dictionary, A Dictionary of the English Lanuage, in 1755 – 150 years before the release of the Oxford English Dictionary.