Status: Operational Public Community Hospital
Opened in 1967 with 92 beds – 40 of them were reserved for the military use for nearby Canadian Forces Base Gagetown (CFB Gagetown) which is home to the 5th Canadian Division – this hospital was designed to serve both the armed forces and community right from the beginning.
In 2017 the hospital celebrated it’s 50th anniversary.
Due to staff shortages, and repercussions from the Covid pandemic, as of June 2021 the hospital’s Emergency Department has been forced to operate on cut hours and be closed on holidays.
The apparition of a man is seen on the roof of the hospital near the big H. He is said to have committed suicide there but jumping through a hole that no longer exists.
Staff working overnight have reported the apparitions of former patients walking in the halls.
Patients have complained about children coming into their rooms and tickling their feet on wards that never have children on them outside of visiting hours. The children apparently giggle and have to be all but kicked to get them to go away.
Other Reported Activity: shadow figures; disembodied voices and echoes; being touched by an unseen entities; electrical disturbances; light anomalies and feelings of not being alone.