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{{image gallery|[[Northville State Hospital Image Gallery|Northville State Hospital]]}}
 
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Latest revision as of 06:10, 22 July 2019

Northville State Hospital
Opened 1952
Closed 2003
Demolished 2018
Current Status Demolished
Building Style Cottage Plan
Location Northville, MI
Peak Patient Population 2,200 in 1964
Alternate Names
  • Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital



History[edit]

When this hospital was built in the 1950's, it was considered to be the the state's largest hospital complex. One of the buildings on its campus later housed the Northville Residential Training Center, a separate institution. Not long after, the state was considering the small wooded piece of land between this institution and Hawthorne Center to place the Maxey Boys Training School, but the plan was rejected, and Maxey was built in Whitmore Lake.

Images[edit]

Main Image Gallery: Northville State Hospital


Links[edit]

Information & history of the hospital