A hospital established at an army base. Formerly the Renfrew District Asylum at Paisley. Formerly the Edinburgh District Asylum at Bangour. Formerly the Perth District Asylum at Perth. Royal Victoria Hospital, Edinburgh. A specialist neurological unit for cases identified in other hospitals in Scotland rather than having been processed through the clearing system.
Craiglockhart War Hospital, Edinburgh. Specialist neurological section for officers, operating by June Glen Lomond War Hospital, Fife. Specialist neurological section for other ranks, operating by June Dunblane War Hospital, Perthshire. Robroyston War Hospital, a specialist venereal disease hospital for 50 officers and men.
A specialist venereal disease hospital opened after the Armistice. Stirling Detention Barracks had a small specialist venereal disease unit. Merryflats War Hospital, Glasgow. Royal Alexandra Infirmary, Paisley.
Bellahouston Red Cross Hospital, Glasgow, huts for patients. Berrington War Hospital, Shrewsbury. A specialist venereal disease hospital for 50 officers and men was established in a hutted section of the barracks. Stafford Detention Barracks had a small specialist venereal disease unit.
Suffolk Ampton Hall, a private property taken over for use by the Red Cross on on 16 October , it continued in this role until 31 January In all, sick or wounded soldiers were treated there, of whom 40 died. Surrey 1st London General. Horton County of London War Hospital.
Manor County of London War Hospital. Formerly the The Ewell Colony. By October it had treated circa officers. Initially beds, it was expanded by addition of huts to Woking Detention Barracks had a small specialist venereal disease unit. Under orders of Southen Command, opened 24 June East Preston Military Hospital, Worthing. A specialist neurological section for other ranks, operating by June Summerdown Camp Military Convalescent Hospital.
Opened 8 April Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton.
Sussex Eye Hospital, Brighton. Wales 3rd Western General. Welsh Metropolitan War Hospital.
In all, sick or wounded soldiers were treated there, of whom 40 died. When and where should the camping cots be used? Visit their website for more details and lots more local activities — www.
Formerly the Cardiff City Asylum at Whitchurch. Kinmel Park Camp Rhyl. Established by June Wiltshire Tidworth Military Hospital. An existing pre-war military hospital at the cavalry barracks at Tidworth. Devizes Detention Barracks had a small specialist venereal disease unit. Worcestershire 1st Southern General. Formerly the Birmingham City Asylum at Hollymoor.
Yorkshire 2nd Northern General. East Leeds War Hospital.
Formerly the Leeds Union Infirmary. Paull Point Military Hospital, Hull. Abram Peel Hospital, Bradford. Oulton Hall Hospital for Officers, Leeds. A specialist bed military cardiac unit operated from November 18 From August it was affiliated with the Special Military Surgical Hospital, Leeds. An associated convalescent unit opened at Killingbeck Military Hospital.
Royal Bath Hospital, Harrogate. Ranmore Military Hospital, Sheffield. Who operated and manned these hospitals?
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