A listing of abandoned hospitals in the United States.

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Ashland Tuberculosis Hospital

Ashland Tuberculosis Hospital

The Ashland Tuberculosis Hospital, located in Ashland, Kentucky, was constructed from 1946 to 1948 to combat the threat of tuberculosis.

Location: Ashland, Kentucky
Status: Renovated

Eastern State Hospital

Eastern State Hospital, the second oldest psychiatric facility in the United States, is located in Lexington, Kentucky.

Location: Lexington, Kentucky
Status: Demolished

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Hayswood Hospital

Hayswood Hospital is a former hospital in Maysville, Kentucky.

Location: Maysville, Kentucky
Status: Abandoned

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Hazelwood Sanatorium

Hazelwood Sanatorium, opened in 1907 in Hazelwood, a neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky, is a former tuberculosis hospital.

Location: Louisville, Kentucky
Status: Abandoned, Active

John Graves Ford Memorial Hospital

John Graves Ford Memorial Hospital

John Graves Ford Memorial Hospital was located on West Main Street in Georgetown, Kentucky.

Location: Georgetown, Kentucky
Status: Demolished

The Medical Center at Scottsville

The Medical Center at Scottsville

The Medical Center at Scottsville, a former hospital in Scottsville, Kentucky, opened on July 5, 1952 as the Allen County War Memorial Hospital.

Location: Scottsville, Kentucky
Status: Abandoned

Paris Tuberculosis Hospital

Paris Tuberculosis Hospital

The Paris Tuberculosis Hospital is a former tuberculosis hospital that operated in Paris, Kentucky from 1950 to the late 1970’s.

Location: Paris, Kentucky
Status: Demolished

Portland Marine Hospital

The Portland Marine Hospital, located in the Portland neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky, is the last of its kind of the nation.

Location: Louisville, Kentucky
Status: Renovated

Southeastern Kentucky Baptist Hospital

Southeastern Kentucky Baptist Hospital

The Southeastern Kentucky Baptist Hospital, formerly known as the Corbin Municipal Hospital, was located in Corbin, Kentucky.

Location: Corbin, Kentucky
Status: Demolished

Waverly Hills Tuberculosis Hospital

Waverly Hills Tuberculosis Hospital

Waverly Hills, constructed in 1926 as a tuberculosis hospital in Louisville, Kentucky, operated until 1961. It reopened two years later as the Woodhaven Geriatrics Center, but was closed in 1981.

Location: Louisville, Kentucky
Status: Active for Tours

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Silvercrest Sanatorium

Silvercrest Sanatorium, a tuberculosis hospital in New Albany, Indiana, was later reused as a disabled children’s development center before closing in 2006.

Location: New Albany, Indiana
Status: Renovated

Allegany County Poorhouse

Allegany County Poorhouse

The Allegany County Poorhouse is an abandoned county home for the poor and mentally disabled located in western New York.

Location: New York
Status: Abandoned

Allegheny Asylum for the Insane

Allegheny Asylum for the Insane

Allegheny Asylum for the Insane is a former state hospital in New York. It became the Allegheny State Hospital in 1890, the Allegheny Psychiatric Center in 1974 and the Allegheny Drug Treatment Center in 1995.

Location: New York
Status: Active, Abandoned

Loomis Tuberculosis Hospital

Catskills Tuberculosis Hospital

The Catskills Tuberculosis Hospital, also known as the Catskills Memorial Sanitarium for Consumptives, is an abandoned tuberculosis hospital in New York.

Location: New York
Status: Abandoned

Central Islip State Hospital

Central Islip State Hospital

Central Islip State Hospital is a partially abandoned and reused state hospital in New York. Only a handful of buildings are shuttered.

Location: New York
Status: Abandoned, Renovated, Demolished

Hudson River State Hospital

Eastern River State Hospital

Eastern River State Hospital is an abandoned state hospital in New York. Eastern River was the first state hospital for the insane located on land received, by gift, from the citizens of the county.

Location: New York
Status: Abandoned

Monticello Hospital

Monticello Hospital

Monticello Hospital is an abandoned hospital and nursing home in Monticello, New York.

Location: Monticello, New York
Status: Abandoned

Mount St. Mary's Hospital

Mount St. Mary’s Hospital

Mount St. Mary’s Hospital is an abandoned medical facility in Niagara Falls, New York. It was last used as a nursing home until 2003.

Location: Niagara Falls, New York
Status: Abandoned

The Meadows

Recreation Farm Society

The Recreation Farm Society is an abandoned convalescent home in the Catskill Mountains of New York.

Location: New York
Status: Abandoned

Rockland State Hospital

Richfield State Hospital

Richfield State Hospital is a partially abandoned state hospital in New York. Portions of the complex continue to operate as the Richfield Psychiatric Center.

Location: New York
Status: Active, Abandoned

Slocum Sanitarium

Slocum Sanitarium

The Slocum Sanitarium is an abandoned mansion turned speciality mental hospital in New York.

Location: New York
Status: Abandoned

Creedmoor State Hospital

Sutton State Hospital

Sutton State Hospital is a partially abandoned state hospital in New York. Portions of the complex continue to operate as the Sutton Psychiatric Center.

Location: New York
Status: Active, Abandoned, Renovated

Syracuse State School

Syracuse State School

The Syracuse State School is a former residential facility for the mentally disabled.

Location: Syracuse, New York
Status: Abandoned

Columbiana County Infirmary

Columbiana County Infirmary

The Columbiana County Infirmary, for the aged and disabled indigent, was located in Columbiana County, Ohio.

Location: Ohio
Status: Demolished

Edwin Shaw Hospital

Edwin Shaw Hospital

Edwin Shaw Hospital, known originally as the Springfield Lake Sanatorium, is located in Lakemore, Ohio. The campus was abandoned in 2009.

Location: Lakemore, Ohio
Status: Abandoned

Knox County Infirmary

Knox County Infirmary

The Knox County Infirmary served children, the elderly and those with mental or physical illness in Knox County, Ohio. The complex was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

Location: Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Status: Demolished

MetroHealth Clement Center

MetroHealth Clement Center

MetroHealth Clement Center is a now demolished medical clinic operated by MetroHealth Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. It was named after Dr. Kenneth W. Clement, a physician, teacher and civil rights advocate.

Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Status: Demolished

Molly Stark

Molly Stark Sanatorium

Molly Stark Sanatorium is a former tuberculosis hospital in Stark County, Ohio. Named after the wife of General John Stark, Molly Stark was constructed under the philosophy that sunlight and fresh air were necessary for patient recovery.

Location: Louisville, Ohio
Status: Abandoned

River Valley Hospital

River Valley Hospital

River Valley Hospital, formerly known as the Lawrence County General Hospital, was a former hospital on South 9th Street in Ironton, Ohio.

Location: Ironton, Ohio
Status: Demolished

Springfield City Hospital

Springfield City Hospital

The Springfield City Hospital, in operation from 1931 to 2011, was located in Springfield, Ohio.

Location: Springfield, Ohio
Status: Demolished

St. Joseph Riverside Hospital

St. Joseph Riverside Hospital

St. Joseph Riverside Hospital is an abandoned medical center in Warren, Ohio. It closed in 1996 when it was merged with another facility in town.

Location: Warren, Ohio
Status: Abandoned

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Brownsville General Hospital

Brownsville General Hospital is a long abandoned hospital in Brownsville, Pennsylvania. After its closure in 1965, the buildings were reused for the Brownsville Golden Age Nursing Home until 1985.

Location: Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Status: Abandoned

Buildings 65 and 71: Temple Center I and II Geriatric Ward

Mayview State Hospital

Mayview State Hospital, located in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, closed in December 2008.

Location: Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Status: Demolished

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Monsour Medical Center

The Monsour Medical Center, located in Jeannette, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1952 as a roadside clinic in “Senator Brown’s Mansion” along U.S. Route 30. After years of controversy, the hospital was demolished in 2016.

Location: Jeannette, Pennsylvania
Status: Demolished

Metro General Hospital

Metro General Hospital

Metro General Hospital, formerly serving many of the underprivileged in Nashville, Tennessee, closed in early 1998.

Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Status: Renovated, Demolished

Denmar Sanitarium

Denmar Sanatarium

Established in 1938, the Denmar Sanitarium for the African-Americans was tuberculosis hospital in Denmar, West Virginia.

Location: Denmar, West Virginia
Status: Renovated

Huntington State Hospital

Once notoriously noted for its extreme overcrowding and unsanitary conditions, the Huntington State Hospital is now a 110-bed mental facility and is an on-site training facility for area colleges and universities in West Virginia.

Location: Huntington, West Virginia
Status: Active

Man Miners Memorial Hospital

Man Miners Memorial Hospital

The Man Appalachian Regional Hospital was located in Man, West Virginia and was constructed from 1954-56 by the Miners Memorial Hospital Association.

Location: Man, West Virginia
Status: Demolished

Morris Memorial Hospital for Crippled Children

Morris Memorial Hospital for Crippled Children

The Morris Memorial Hospital for Crippled Children is a historic hospital complex located in Cabell County, West Virginia. The facility was built in phases from 1936 to 1941 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) for children stricken with polio. It served patients not only from West Virginia, but from other states and Canada.

Location: Milton, West Virginia
Status: Abandoned

Mountain State Hospital

Mountain State Hospital

Mountain State Hospital was located at Virginia and Morris streets in Charleston, West Virginia.

Location: Charleston, West Virginia
Status: Demolished

Staats Hospital

Staats Hospital

The Staats Hospital, located in Charleston, West Virginia, was a hospital, theater and Knights of Pythias lodge in what was then the Elk City commercial district.

Location: Charleston, West Virginia
Status: Under Renovations

Weston State Hospital

Weston State Hospital

Weston State Hospital, located in Weston, West Virginia, was a mental institution in operation from 1860 to 1994.

Location: Weston, West Virginia
Status: Under Renovations