|Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust|
|Location||Otley, West Yorkshire, England|
The facility has its origins in an infirmary built for the Wharfedale Union Workhouse on the Newall Carr Road in 1873. An infirmary with 70 beds was added in 1907 and was administered by the Wharfedale Board of Guardians until 1930. It went on to become the Otley County Institution and then became Otley County Hospital.
The facility joined the National Health Service as Otley County Hospital in 1948 and later became Wharfedale General Hospital. In the 1990s it became clear the existing building was unsuitable for purpose. A new hospital was commissioned and the old site redeveloped into an estate called Wharfedale Park, with many of the original buildings being converted into flats.
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