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Lawrence Frick State Hospital, SCI Cresson
Medical / Pennsylvania

Allegheny Tuberculosis Sanatorium is an abandoned prison and former tuberculosis hospital in the Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania.



Hazelwood Sanatorium
Medical / Kentucky

Hazelwood Sanatorium is a former tuberculosis hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. Portions of the facility operate today as a residential facility for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. History It was through the efforts of …

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Waverly Hills Tuberculosis Hospital
Medical / Kentucky

Waverly Hills Tuberculosis Hospital is a former tuberculosis hospital that operated between 1910 and 1961 in Louisville, Kentucky. It reopened as the Woodhaven Geriatrics Center between 1963 and 1981.



Paris Tuberculosis Hospital
Medical / Kentucky

Paris Tuberculosis Hospital is a former tuberculosis hospital that operated between 1950 and the 1970s in Paris, Kentucky.



Ashland Tuberculosis Hospital
Medical / Kentucky

In 1945, the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Kentucky Tuberculosis Sanatoria Commission acquired a 30-acre tract of land from Alfred Hanses for $1 with the goal of developing a sanatorium for tuberculosis patients. 3 The site selected was ideal because of a …

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Williamson Memorial Hospital
Medical / West Virginia

Williamson Memorial Hospital is a closed hospital turned event destinatio in Williamson, West Virginia.



Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
Medical / West Virginia

The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, later known as Weston State Hospital, is a former mental hospital in Weston, West Virginia. Weston State Hospital was listed as a National Historic Landmark in 1990.



McKendree Hospital Front Steps
Medical / West Virginia

The McKendree Hospital complex is a former state-operated miner hospital along the New River in West Virginia.



Hayswood Hospital
Medical / Kentucky

Hayswood Hospital is a former medical center in Maysville, Kentucky.



Central Islip State Hospital Sun Porch
Medical / New York

Central Islip State Hospital is a partially abandoned and reused state hospital in New York. It began in 1887 as an experimental farm colony of the New York City Lunatic Asylum, which became the Manhattan State Hospital for the Insane in 1896 and finally Central Islip State Hospital in 1905. At its peak, Central Islip was the nation’s second-biggest psychiatric hospital.



Springfield City Hospital
Medical / Ohio

The Springfield City Hospital is a former medical center in Springfield, Ohio that was in operation between 1931 to 2011.



Willard Asylum for the Insane
Medical / New York

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.



Morris Memorial Hospital for Crippled Children
Medical / West Virginia

The Morris Memorial Hospital for Crippled Children is a historic medical center in Milton, West Virginia. The facility was built in phases from 1936 to 1941 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) for children stricken with polio. It is being renovated into a resort.



Jackson Sanatorium
Medical / New York

The Jackson Sanatorium is a former resort and sanatorium in Dansville, New York that focused on recuperation through hydrotherapy and a diet focused on fruits, vegetables, and grains.



Corbin Municipal Hospital
Medical / Kentucky

Corbin Municipal Hospital, later the Southeast Kentucky Baptist Hospital, is a former medical center in Corbin, Kentucky.



River Valley Hospital
Medical / Ohio

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



Medfield State Hospital
Medical / Massachusetts

Castle Hill State Hospital is a closed asylum in central Massachusetts. Influenced by a traditional New England town common, Castle Hill opened in 1896 and remained in use until 2003. It was the Commonwealth’s first facility built specifically for long-term, high-need chronic patients.



Mountain State Hospital Hallway
Medical / West Virginia

Mountain State Hospital is a now-demolished hospital that was at the corner of Virginia and Morris streets in Charleston, West Virginia.



Man Miners Memorial Hospital Interior
Medical / West Virginia

The Man Miners Memorial Hospital is a now-demolished medical facility in Man, West Virginia. It was later the Man Appalachian Regional Hospital.



John Graves Ford Memorial Hospital
Medical / Kentucky

John Graves Ford Memorial Hospital is a former medical center on West Main Street in Georgetown, Kentucky.