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Hampstead General Hospital

Group  From 1882  To 1975

Categories: Medicine

Founded in South Hill Park Road by Dr William Heath Strange. Expanded into neighbouring houses and then in 1905 moved into a new building on the site of what is now (2014) the Heath Strange Garden. In 1948 the HGH joined the NHS and became part of the Royal Free Hospital group. This lead to the demolition of the HGH so that the RFH could build a new hospital on the surrounding grounds and the HGH site became a car park with garden above.

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Hampstead General Hospital

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Royal Free Hospital - old and new hospitals

To commemorate the unveiling of the original stone frieze of Hampstead Genera...

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Royal Free Hospital - original hospital foundation stone

The quote is from the Bible, Galatians 6:2. This is the foundation stone of ...

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Royal Free Hospital - original hospital frieze

On Fickr there is an excellent, but copyright, photo of the Hampstead General...

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