Public health by Dr Denise Amos

The General Hospital, Nottingham, in 1939.

The General Hospital, Nottingham, in 1939.


Standing buildings

Probably the best example is Bagthorpe Hospital which is on the site of the present Nottingham City Hospital.

General Hospital, Mapperley and Saxondale Mental Institutes – now converted but the some structures remain the same.

Women’s Hospital, the present Radio Trent building, Castle Gate, Nottingham.

Plumtree Hospital, London Road/Carter gate founded by John Plumtree between 1390-1414 for poor widows  was reconstructed in 1720s by John Plumtree, MP.

Mansfield Community Hospital (previously Victoria), Sutton Road, Mansfield is built around the original nineteenth century hospital.

Mansfield General, off Clumber Street, Mansfield is now a derelict building.

Newark Hospital, Bowbridge Road, Newark built around a nineteenth century hospital.