The Swan-Klein Hospital in Metropolis (also called the “Swan-Klein Regional Hospital).  Named after, I am sure, Curt Swan and George Klein, classic Superman penciler and inker.
source:  Superman #2 (nü52)

The Swan-Klein Hospital in Metropolis (also called the “Swan-Klein Regional Hospital).  Named after, I am sure, Curt Swan and George Klein, classic Superman penciler and inker.

source:  Superman #2 (nü52)

Textpiece from Dr. Kildare  #4 (Dell Comics, Winter 1962/1963). 
The story has nothing to do with Dr.Kildare (or even Richard Chamberlain), it’s just a simple little one page story of somewhat cheesy medical Americana.

Textpiece from Dr. Kildare  #4 (Dell Comics, Winter 1962/1963). 

The story has nothing to do with Dr.Kildare (or even Richard Chamberlain), it’s just a simple little one page story of somewhat cheesy medical Americana.

Atlantean hospital from Aquaman #5 (1989 mini-series).  Love that hat.

Atlantean hospital from Aquaman #5 (1989 mini-series).  Love that hat.

Avenger’s hospital scene from Avengers vs X-Men #9.  Wounded look to include Giant Man, Red Hulk, Captain Britain, Scarlet Witch, Black Widow, Daredevil (?), and Mockingbird.  Nursing assistance from Beast, Wolverine, and She-Hulk.

Avenger’s hospital scene from Avengers vs X-Men #9.  Wounded look to include Giant Man, Red Hulk, Captain Britain, Scarlet Witch, Black Widow, Daredevil (?), and Mockingbird.  Nursing assistance from Beast, Wolverine, and She-Hulk.

The best “scientific” explanation of the mutant gene yet, courtesy of Warren Ellis and Astonishing X-Men #25.

The best “scientific” explanation of the mutant gene yet, courtesy of Warren Ellis and Astonishing X-Men #25.

It seems that Harrison Bergeron has finally made it to Thanagar.
from World’s Finest #261

It seems that Harrison Bergeron has finally made it to Thanagar.

from World’s Finest #261

Spider-Man: Fever #3 by Brendan McCarthy

Spider-Man: Fever #3 by Brendan McCarthy

Jann of the Jungle #8

Jann of the Jungle #8

Someday I’ll get up on my soapbox to discuss my pet-peeve regarding the use of the word “narcotic” to refer to any illegal and/or addictive drug when it has a very specific medicinal meeting. 
Spider-Man vs Vampires by Kevin Grevioux (a trained biologist!) and Roberto Castro

Someday I’ll get up on my soapbox to discuss my pet-peeve regarding the use of the word “narcotic” to refer to any illegal and/or addictive drug when it has a very specific medicinal meeting. 

Spider-Man vs Vampires by Kevin Grevioux (a trained biologist!) and Roberto Castro