In the United Kingdom and Germany, British military hospitals have been closed; military personnel are usually treated in a special wing of a designated civilian hospital, in the UK, these are referred to as a Ministry of Defence Hospital Unit. Service personnel injured in combat operations are normally treated at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine.
Former British military hospitals (BMH) include:
- BMH Hanover, Germany - closed and mobilized as 32nd Field Hospital to Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War in 1990 
- BMH Rinteln, Germany - closed and now home to charity organization (Lebenshilfe) 
- BMH Iserlohn, Germany - closed 1990s 
- BMH Wegberg, Germany
- BMH Hostert, Germany - 1950s/60s 
- BMH Münster
- BMH Wuppertal
- BMH Berlin
- BMH Cowglen Glasgow
- Cambridge Military Hospital, Aldershot
- Colchester Military Hospital - Colchester Garrison
- DKMH Catterick - Friarage Hospital
- Duke of Connaught Unit Northern Ireland
- Queen Alexandra's Military Hospital, Millbank
- Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich
- Musgrave Park Hospital
- Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley Netley Hospital
- Royal Hospital Chelsea
- Royal Hospital Haslar, Gosport
- Royal Herbert Hospital, Woolwich
- Stoke Military Hospital, Devonport
- Tidworth Military Hospital
- Military Hospital Wheatley - now Wheatley Park School 
- BMH Alexandria
- BMH Shanghai
Others - Asia
- BMH Singapore - now Alexandra Hospital - part of National University of Singapore Medical School
- BMH Nepal
Pictures of Israeli military hospital in 1948.
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- "BMH Hannover - British Military Hospital Germany". qaranc.co.uk. Retrieved 7 March 2017.
- "BMH Rinteln - British Military Hospital Germany". qaranc.co.uk. Retrieved 7 March 2017.
- "British Military Hospital BMH Iserlohn". qaranc.co.uk. Retrieved 7 March 2017.
- Moore, Simon. "BMH Hostert". BAOR Locations. Retrieved 18 July 2016.
- "The military hospitals that have closed". The Daily Telegraph. 3 October 2006.