Building record MYO4462 - FULFORD HOSPITAL


Fulford Hospital and the Maternity Hospital were opened in 1954. The site had formerly been occupied by a Second World War Ministry of Health Emergency Medical Services hutted hospital, which had later been converted into a prisoner of war camp. The two hospitals shared certain departments. The hospital was enlarged in 1974. It closed on 4th December 1983 and a retail outlet has since been built on the site.


Grid reference SE 6060 4790 (point)
Map sheet SE64NW
Civil Parish Fulford, City of York, North Yorkshire
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire


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Full Description

NMR Information:

A Second World War prisoner of war camp at a military hospital in Naburn (SE 607 480), known as Camp 162. The site has since been built over by a retail outlet. (1)
Fulford Hospital was located at a former Ministry of Health Emergency Medical Services hutted hospital. Fulford Maternity Hospital closed on 04-DEC-1983. (2)

1 Prisoner of War Camps (1939-1948) 20th Century Military Recording Project 35
2 World Wide Web page York University, Borthwick Institute of Historical Research and the Crown, 2001-2008. Access to Archives: FULFORD AND MATERNITY HOSPITALS <<>> [Accessed on 20-JUN-2008]

Related events:
(UID 1050602) RCHME: HOSPITALS PROJECT. Architectural Survey. 1991-1995.

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Record last edited

Jul 26 2019 12:01PM


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