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    Arrow The Royal hospital, Wolverhampton- history

    Following on from my recent posts here-

    http://www.midlandsheritage.co.uk/ho...erhampton.html (The Royal hospital, Wolverhampton)

    here-

    http://www.midlandsheritage.co.uk/si...erhampton.html (The Royal hospital, Wolverhampton)

    and the development plans detailed here-

    http://www.midlandsheritage.co.uk/ge...html#post31554 (Supermarket giants in deal on Wolverhampton land)

    here's some history...
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    In 1845 Mr. George Briscoe, a local businessman, fell from a chair at his home when cleaning a painting. Whilst lying in bed with a broken leg he pondered the plight of those less fortunate than he, who could not afford medical treatment. Along with his friend Henry Rogers he resolved to do something to help. Each donated 500 to the fund for the building of a new hospital.
    from and (a lot) more-

    The Royal Hospital

    now, if you navigate around the above link you will find this page-

    The Royal Hospital

    all of the above feature some great back in the day pictures (some dating back to the 1920's) but some of the more notable ones are

    the A & E reception in the '90's



    the main entrance in the '90's



    and an aerial view which looks to be in the '90's



    and finally a map listing the various departments etc



    key:

    A Cobalt Unit

    B School of Physiotherapy

    C Radio Isotope Department

    D Workshop

    E Accident & Emergency Dept

    F Boiler House

    G Laundry

    H Mortuary

    I Physiotherapy

    J basement: Medical Records
    ground floor: Out-Patients Dept
    first floor: Residences


    K basement: Radiotherapy Dept
    ground floor: Orthopaedic Dept
    first floor: Childrens Wards


    L Pharmacy & X-Ray Dept

    M basement: Canteen
    ground floor: Nurses Changing Rooms

    N basement: Canteen
    ground floor: Edward Ward
    first floor: Alexandra Ward

    O basement: Deanesly Ward
    ground floor: Deanesly Ward
    first floor: X-Ray Dept

    P basement: Kitchens
    ground floor: Admin, Residents Mess, Chapel
    first floor: X-Ray Dept, X-Ray Records, Dyas Unit, Malet Ward

    Q basement: Changing Rooms, Stores
    ground floor: Bell Library, Maclaren Ward
    first floor: Dartmouth Ward

    R basement: Occupational Therapy, Swimming Pool, Instrument Curator
    ground, 1st: Graham Adams, Scott/Twentyman, Harper Millar
    2nd, 3rd floor: Sheldon/Langley
    fourth floor: Maxillo-Facial Surgery

    S basement: Radiotherapy Dept.
    ground floor: Minor - Op. Theatre

    T basement: Telephone Exchange, Autoclave, Canteen
    ground floor: Theatres
    first floor: Theatres

    U Annexe

    V Nurses Lecture Hall

    W Nurses Home

    X Medical Lecture Room

    Y Pathology

    Z Blood Bank


    Note: as its stands today, all that remains is A B C N O P Q R W and the lodge. R is also said to be going shortly also...
    Last edited by yamahapaul; 15th March 2012 at 18:49.
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