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Scale Model of the Metropolitan Hospital Expansion – 1972

A view today of the architect’s scale model of the expansion of Met Hospital. The expansion that made the hospital look like it did above was done in 1974, and brought the hospital from 360 beds to 507 beds. Another expansion in the more recent past in 2005 gave us the hospital we have today. Underneath all the expansions though you will find glimpses of the 1928 Walkerville General Hospital building.

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