List number: 1299316
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 6293
Grid ref: NZ2433464236

Fever Hospital, Bath Lane, Newcastle


"Fever hospital 1804. Opened for the prevention and cure of contagious fever and was in use as such until 1888. The public raised £1165 towards the £1505 cost of the building. Both poor and paying patients were admitted. Physicians from the Dispensary looked after the patients. Records show that the hospital was always overcrowded with patients suffering from cholera, typhoid and smallpox. The hospital closed in 1888 when Walkergate Hospital opened...." (SiteLines - Historic Environment Record)
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061986:The Fever Hospital Bath Lane Newcastle upon Tyne Maybury Malcolm 1995

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042056:Bath Lane Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1980

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Tyne and Wear HER(6293): Newcastle, Bath Lane, Fever Hospital (House of Recovery)
- SiteLines - Historic Environment Record

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The House of Recovery, off Bath Lane, NE1

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House of Recovery, Warden's Close, Bath Lane

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House of Recovery

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HOUSE OF RECOVERY IN YARD BEHIND COLLEGE OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY - List Entry
- "Hospital. 1804 as fever hospital. Coursed squared sandstone with ashlar dressings; Welsh slate roof with brick chimneys. 2 storeys, 5 bays, the central 3 slightly higher and projecting. Flat stone ...

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