The hospital as of 2007.
|Town or city||Robsart, Saskatchewan|
|Structural system||Wood frame|
Robsart Hospital is a Victorian-style hospital located in the village of Robsart. The hospital opened in 1917 and soon closed in the late 1930s. Since its closure the hospital has sat empty and neglected, being one of few surviving rural hospitals of its kind in Canada.
Notable people born at the hospital
- Eiliv Anderson, born in Robsart in 1934 was a corporate executive, with a degree from the executive program of Queen's University's School of Business.
- Archie Smiley, born here in 1917, the last mayor of Robsart.
- Johnnie Bachusky Saskatchewan Ghost towns Retrieved on December 23, 2008.
- Ghost towns of Saskatchewan by Johnnie Bachusky
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