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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Victoria General Hospital (424 River Avenue, Winnipeg)

Established in 1911 by Dr. Thomas Beath, the founding board members of the Victoria Public Hospital included Beath, Mr. D. J. Ross, Dr. J. White, Dr. J. R. Thomson, and E. L. Taylor. It occupied a five-storey brick and concrete building on River Avenue, now renovated into apartments, until moving to its present site in south Winnipeg in 1971.

Victoria Hospital

Victoria Public Hospital (circa 1970)
Source: Archives of Manitoba, Architectural Survey Collection - Winnipeg - River Avenue.

Site Location (lat/long): N49.87957, W97.14446
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Thomas Beath (1868-1923)

TimeLinks: Dr. Beath’s Hospital, Bannatyne Avenue

TimeLinks: Victoria General Hospital, River Avenue


“New hospital,” Manitoba Free Press, 13 April 1911, page 14.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 12 February 2015

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