ⓘ Hellesdon Hospital

                                     

ⓘ Hellesdon Hospital

The hospital has its origins in the Norwich Pauper Asylum which was established near the St. Augustines gate area of Norwich in 1828. These facilities became inadequate and a new purpose-built hospital was designed by Richard Phipson using a corridor plan layout. It was opened as the Norwich Borough Asylum in 1880. An extension for male patients was completed in around 1900 and a similar one for female patients was completed in around 1920.

He became Norwich citys mental hospital in the 1920s and it joined the National health service as hospital Hellesdon in 1948. Modern facilities have been added at the rear of the hospital, but the main block of the city remains in use.

                                     
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