2003.71.127


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Image
Item Type:
Images, Electronic
Description:
The Public General Hospital building in Chatham, Ontario was completed in 1893. In addition to assuming the normal functions of a hospital, PGH also included a Training School for Nurses. The Alumnae Association of the Chatham General Hospital Training School for Nurses was established in 1921. By 1960, seven additions had been added to the original hospital building. In 1964, a new Nurses’ Education Building was opened. Since then, several construction projects have been undertaken, from the 1966 demolition of the original hospital building and subsequent construction of the new west wing (1968) to the 2004 establishment of the new Chatham-Kent Health Alliance which amalgamated Public General Hospital and St. Joseph’s Hospital. The School of Nursing was transferred to St. Clair College in 1973.
Chatham Kent Museum
Out in the Open Exhibition
VS 002
Date of Publication:
2018
Subject(s):
Collection:
Chatham Kent Museum
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Location of Original:
Chatham Kent Museum
Out in the Open Exhibition
VS 002
Terms of Use:
Copies are provided for research and private study only. Permission to use images in any other way including, but not limited to, publication, exhibition, film, video or TV broadcast, or on any CD or website, must be obtained in writing from an authorized representative of the Chatham-Kent Museum prior to use. This applies to low-resolution copies downloaded from this site at no cost and to high resolution copies.
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Chatham-Kent Museum
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address
75 William Street North
Chatham, ON N7M 4L4
519-360-1998
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2003.71.127


The Public General Hospital building in Chatham, Ontario was completed in 1893. In addition to assuming the normal functions of a hospital, PGH also included a Training School for Nurses. The Alumnae Association of the Chatham General Hospital Training School for Nurses was established in 1921. By 1960, seven additions had been added to the original hospital building. In 1964, a new Nurses’ Education Building was opened. Since then, several construction projects have been undertaken, from the 1966 demolition of the original hospital building and subsequent construction of the new west wing (1968) to the 2004 establishment of the new Chatham-Kent Health Alliance which amalgamated Public General Hospital and St. Joseph’s Hospital. The School of Nursing was transferred to St. Clair College in 1973.
Chatham Kent Museum
Out in the Open Exhibition
VS 002