Roundelwood / Good Health Association (Scotland) Limited

(originally the Crieff Nursing Home and Health Institute). A medical institution operated by the late Drs. E. H. and G. M. Brown, who sold the premises consisting of three large houses in Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland, to the British Union in 1966. G. M. Brown, who had worked with J. H. Kellogg at Battle Creek, continued as medical supervisor at Crieff until her death in 1974. In 1972 a large mansion adjacent to the nursing home was purchased and an extension was built to provide 27 extra bedrooms, giving 44 bedrooms in total. A combination of inflationary increase of expenses, the difficulty of recruiting an appropriate nursing staff, the urgent need for reassessment of structural alterations, and the prohibitive cost of necessary major rebuilding forced the British Union Conference and No...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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