Jerusalem (Old city) - New Church of the Theotokos (Nea Church monastery)

V, vi, 25

Then, as one advances forward, there are two semi-circles which stand facing each other on both sides of the road (leading) to the church, while facing each other on both sides of the other (road) are two hospices, built by the Emperor Justinian. One of these is a shelter for visiting strangers, while the other is a resting place for poor persons suffering from diseases. 

(transl. Di Segni)

Bibliografical ref.: 
no. 50
Mention of two hospices built by the Emperor Justinian in the detailed description of the building of the New Church, AD 532-543.