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SANGLARD, Gisele. Hospitais: espaços de cura e lugares de memória da saúde. An. mus. paul. [online]. 2007, vol.15, n.2, pp.257-289. ISSN 0101-4714.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0101-47142007000200020.

This paper analyzes the Gaffrée & Guinle Hospital, built in Rio de Janeiro during the 1920s as the result of a process whereby the government took over the management of hospital care in the federal capital. The hospital is the point of convergence between philanthropy and a public healthcare project implemented in the Federal District at that time. It also synthesizes the development of medicine and how the latter translates into hospital architecture, as well as the intellectual effervescence at the time, more specifically the nationalist ideas which can be identified both in the choice of architectural style - namely the neocolonial - and in the theme of salvation of a race through the combat and control of syphilis.

Keywords : Filanthophy; Public Health Studies; Hospital Architecture; Neocolonial; Gaffrée & Guinle Hospital; Rio de Janeiro.

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