Follow AbandonedWay Centre de soin Bénaville is an abandoned rehabilitation complex for police officers in France. Throughout years the center had about 80 beds and employed about fifty people. From 1995 until 2000 people with very serious pathologies were treated there, 32 of whom died there.
Follow AbandonedWay Sanatorium Michel Peiry is an abandoned hospital located in Languedoc-Roussillon, France. It was built at the end of 1940s to accommodate children suffering from tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases. It also served as an asthma treatment centre.
Follow AbandonedWay Sanatorium Simone Weber is an abandoned hospital, hence its name “Sanatorium”, located in Lay-Saint-Christophe, France. The hospital was built in 1899 by doctor Paul Spillmann to prevent a great epidemic of tuberculosis, which spread rapidly and was highly endemic in France.
Follow AbandonedWay Ypsilanti State Mental Hospital is demolished medical complex in York Charter Township in the U.S. state of Michigan that housed and treated patients for mental health disorders. The Ypsilanti State Hospital was closed and abandoned in 1991. In 2005 Toyota bought the property to develop
Follow AbandonedWay Formerly known as Williamson Memorial Hospital, the Old Hospital on College Hill is an abandoned hospital in Williamson, West Virginia. It was established in 1918 to provide health care service to the residents. Hospital named after Wallace J. Williamson, the son of Benjamin Williamson
History and Photos of Abandoned Linda Vista Hospital in the Boyle Heights. In 2011, part of the hospital was renovated and converted to Linda Vista Senior Apartments and and now provide a total of 97 apartments for fixed-income seniors plus a medical facility.
The Marlboro State Psychiatric Hospital was an abandoned site, often visited by urbex and ghost hunters. The hospital was demolished in 2015.
Mercer Hospital was renamed to the Mercer Medical Center in 1973. By 2011 the hospital was abandoned. The defunct Mercer Hospital campus has remained vacant since then, with vandals and scrappers causing significant damage to the buildings’ interiors.
The Trenton Psychiatric Hospital operated under the name New Jersey State Hospital until 1971. As patient numbers decreased over time, more and more of the buildings in the complex were abandoned.
Fergus Falls State Hospital built according to the influential asylum plan developed by Philadelphia physician Thomas Kirkbride in the 1850s. The first patients were all men, and most of them were farmers or laborers.