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US Military Hospital in Bermuda until 1995

Last known as the Naval Clinic before the bases departed from Southampton and St. David's

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By Keith Archibald Forbes (see About Us) exclusively for Bermuda Online

Former US military hospital 01, St. David'sFormer US military hospital 02, St. David's

Army's 221st Station Hospital which became the 1389th Army Air Force Base Unit Hospital and then the USAF's 1604th Hospital. Southside, St. David's. Vacated when US Military left Bermuda in 1995.  Never re-tenanted. Photos by this author, January 18, 2002, are of the fourth and last Kindley AFB/US NAS Hospital. Now Historic photos as buildings were destroyed to make way for the Bermuda Hospital Board's civilian Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre at Southside, St. David's, completed in April 2009.

History of this former US military hospital, St. David's

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Kindley Air Force Base old hospital to be destroyed

Kindley Air Force Base Old Hospital 1952, condemmed.

New Kindley Air Force Base Hospital 1956. The black and white USAF photographs above are from US National Archives and kindly sent in February 2012 by the family of Captain Christian M. Cotham, Jr, USAF, stationed at Kindley AFB Bermuda 1952-55.

Kindley Air Force Base New Hospital 1956

Kindley Air Force Base New Hospital 2, 1956

Kindley Air Force Base Hospital completed in 1956. The black and white USAF photographs above are from US National Archives and kindly sent in February 2012 by the family of Captain Christian M. Cotham, Jr, USAF, stationed at Kindley AFB Bermuda 1952-55. 

Became Naval Clinic in 1993

The former Annex Clinic closed earlier that year. This clinic lasted until 1995 when it too closed when the two bases were closed. 

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The premises have since been demolished and replaced by the all-civilian Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre (St. David's Health Centre).

Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre St. David's

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