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Hospitals

Buildings dedicated the care of patients and the curing of disease.

Arkansas-Childrens-Hospital

Arkansas Childrens Hospital

Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, 72202
Arkansas Children's Hospital (ACH), is the only pediatric medical center in Arkansas and the sixth largest in the United States. ACH is a teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

Old-Army-Navy-Hospital

Old Army Navy Hospital

Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas, 71901
Now home to Arkansas' Department of Rehabilitation, the Army-Navy Hospital opened in November of 1933. Several hospitals had been built along Bathhouse Row to take advantage of the hot springs.

Pennsylvania-Hospital

Pennsylvania Hospital

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107
The Pennsylvania Hospital was founded in 1751 by Benjamin Franklin and Dr. Thomas Bond, making it the oldest hospital in the United States. The Pine Building was the original hospital and was based on the Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Tripler-Army-Medical-Center

Tripler Army Medical Center

Honolulu, Hawaii
Located on the slopes of Moanalua Ridge overlooking the Honolulu neighborhoods of Moanalua and Salt Lake, Tripler Army Medical Center's massive coral pink structure can be seen from any point in the Honolulu District.

Waverly-Hills-Sanatorium

Waverly Hills Sanatorium

Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, 40272
Opened in 1926 for tuberculosis patients, the hospital was often overcrowded. It was also used as a geriatrics hospital, but was closed in 1981 allegedly due to patient abuse. It is claimed to be the most haunted hospital in the eastern United States.

Top 6 Most Popular Hospitals Landmarks

  1. Tripler Army Medical Center
  2. Waverly Hills Sanatorium
  3. Old Army Navy Hospital
  4. Arkansas Childrens Hospital
  5. Pennsylvania Hospital
  6. Susan LaFlesche Picotte Memorial Hospital Historical Marker

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