Memorial Hospital

Andy Train - HB Hospital Amalgamation

Dr David Barry - Hawke's Bay Hospital

Fallen Soldiers' Memorial Hospital Jubilee Booklet 1978

Author unknown

From the document –  “A large part of this history is based on an excellent thesis written by AM Isdale, Esq., BA, in 1943”. Written for the 50th jubilee in 1978

Other surnames – Duff, Ebbett, Grimoldby, Lowry, McHardy, Young

History of Hastings Hospital Summary to 1960

Summary of events as outlined in AM Isdale’s “History of Hastings Hospital” 1941, plus updates from 1941 to 1960

Surnames mentioned – Allan, Anderson, Andrew, Angus, Baird, Ballantyne, Barley, Barnard, Bate, Beamish, Bedford, Bennett, Blake-Greene, Bridgeman, Brocklehurst, Brown, Bunn, Burt, Butcher, Cameron, Campbell, Cassin, Chambers, Chaplin, Clarkson, Coates, Colebourne, Collison, Cooper, Cranby, Cronin, Crosse, Culver, Davis, de Denne, Dennett, Donnelly, Donovan, Douglas, Duff, Dunkley, Ebbett, Edridge, Ellingham, Ellison, Eriksen, Evans, Fannin, Foster, Fowler,

History of Hastings Hospital to 1941

Surnames mentioned – Adams, Aldridge, Allan, Allen, Anderson, Andrew, Ayling, Baird, Barnard, Bayliss, Beamish, Bedford, Bennett, Blake, Braithwaite, Brocklehurst, Bunn, Calnet, Cameron, Campbell, Cartwright, Cassin, Cavell, Chambers, Chaplin, Clarkson, Climie, Colebourne, Collison, Cook, Cooper, Cranby, Cronin, Crosse, Culver, Davis, de Denne, Dennett, Donnelly, Donovan, Douglas, Duff, Dunkley, Eagleton, Ebbett, Edridge, Ellingham, Ellis, Ellison, Eriksen, Evans, Fannin, Field, Fielder, Foster, Fowler, Fraser, French, Gardiner, Garnett, Gascoyne, George, Georgetti, Gooseman, Graham, Gray, Griffith, Hamilton, Harding, Harman, Harris,

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Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital nearing completion, Omahu Road, Hastings
Opened in 1928

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Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital gates and bus shelter, Omahu Road, Hastings

Hospital Hastings

Construction of multi-story block at Memorial Hospital, Hastings, early 1960s

Hospital Hastings Aerial View

Aerial photograph of Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Omahu Road, Hastings
Helipad on left; new building going on behind the chapel; Omahu Road entrance at bottom

Hospital Hastings Aerial View 1996

Aerial photographs of Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Omahu Road, Hastings, 24 August 1996
Building work being done to the right of the Chapel

1 – Orchard Road at top of photo

2 – Suburb of Camberley top right; Heretaunga Intermediate School top left; nurses’ accommodation and Omahu Road bottom

Hospital Opening 1928

Officiating at the opening of the Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital on ANZAC Day, 1928

From left: JH Colebourne, William Hart, EH Williams, Honorable JA Young (Minister of Health), George Ebbett, Dr THA Valentine (Director General of Health), Howard (Hillen and Howard Builders) and Frank B Logan

The ceremony was performed by the Honorable JA Young, Minister of Health.

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Wards 9, 10, 11 and 12, plus operating theatre on top floor at Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Hastings

Memorial Hospital 1939

Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Hastings, 1939

Memorial Hospital 1939

Postcard of Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Hastings, 1939 – front entrance and maternity ward

Memorial Hospital 1941

Front entrance, men’s surgical ward and women’s ward at Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Hastings, 1941

Memorial Hospital 1981

Front car park at Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Hastings

Photo used for cover of 1981 nurses’ reunion booklet

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Russell Wing at Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Hastings – opened in 1928 as nurses’ home

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Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Hastings

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View from top of Hastings Memorial Hospital from outside operating theatre, Omahu Road, Hastings