Gerald, thank you for the offer of help. Actually, my original query concerned possibly finding a grave location for my 2nd Great-granduncle Sgt. Henry Brookin (6th Arkansas Infantry) who was wounded in the fighting around Atlanta in August 1864. Since he died of his wounds in the Oliver Hospital I thought, rightly or wrongly, that there might be a chance of a record of his burial. Had he died on the field then I might not have even pursued the search. I have obtained some information on compilations of CSA graves in Georgia (maybe one of your posts?) so I'm going to follow-up on that info. I have also exchanged some posts with Tom Wise who lives in the area and he is looking for anything relating to Oliver Hospital. I would be surprised to learn that there is any physical remnant and probably the exact location has been long lost. Just a guess. My very limited knowledge tells me that the Confederacy requisitioned whatever was suitable and available. I also imagine that some of these hospitals were nothing more that a collection of tents or temporary shelters. Please correct me if I am mistaken. One thing I do know and that is that I certainly wouldn't want one of these hospitals as MY primary caregiver.
Your mention of even slight wounds being recorded is interesting. Another kinsman, my great-granduncle, wrote about his experiences in the WBTS later in life and mentioned that he was wounded once but other than that only "received a scratch here and there." His service records on the other hand, show that he was wounded in three different battles. One of the notations has "slightly wounded" so that seems to bear out your observation.
Anyway, that is how the hospital question arose, sorry for rambling on...I just find the topic kinda interesting and hope to do a little reading on the subject. Rick