List of psychiatric hospitals in Poland

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The list of psychiatric hospitals in Poland includes current and former psychiatric hospitals and nursing homes in Poland . The history of many clinics includes the murders of the sick during the Nazi era , which killed German and Polish patients.


In chronological order:

Facility place
Year of foundation
Remarks image
Provincial hospital and nursing home Plagwitz am Bober Płakowice (German: Plagwitz) 1824 Plagwitz Castle has been used differently since the post-war period. Plakowice (js) .jpg
Zakład Psychiatryczny w Owińskach Owińska (German: Owinsk, from 1943 to 1945 Treslau) 1838 Founded as the Provincial Insane Sanatorium in Owinsk . Closed for a few years. Owinska, ul. Kolejowa-Poprzeczna-Parkowa-Dworcowa, zespol szpitalny, d.  psychiatryczny, pawilon szpitalny, 2 pol.  XIX, 22A z 6.04.2000.JPG
Kückenmühler institutions Niemierzyn (German: Nemitz) near Szczecin (German: Stettin) 1863 Disbanded in 1940. Szczecin ul Doktora Judyma dawne Kuckenmuhle.jpg
Szpital Psychiatryczny w Wejherowie Wejherowo (German: Neustadt in West Prussia) 1883 Second provincial insane asylum in Neustadt in West Prussia Szpital psychiatryczny w Wejherowie (Insane Asylum in Neustadt in West Prussia) 1904.jpg
Wojewódzki Szpital Neuropsychiatryczny imienia Oskara Bielawskiego Kościan (German: costs) 1883 Nursing facility costs / Warthegau Care facility Kosten-Warthenau 1910 Main building of the old facility.jpg
? Lębork (German: Lauenburg in Pommern) 1887 Lauenburg Provincial Sanatorium
Szpital dla Nerwowo i Psychicznie Chorych w Starogardzie Gdańskim Kocborowo (German: Konradstein) in Starogard Gdański (German: Preußisch Stargard) 1893 State Institute for the Mentally Ill Konradstein . Szpital dla Nerwowo i Psychicznie Chorych w Starogardzie Gdańskim.JPG
Wojewódzki Szpital dla Nerwowo i Psychicznie Chorych Dziekanka Dziekanka (German: Dean's office, from 1939 to 1945 Tiegenhof) in Gniezno (German: Gnesen) 1894 Gauheilanstalt Tiegenhof . Gniezno- Dziekanka bud.  adm. szpitala.jpg
Samodzielny Wojewódzki Szpital dla Nerwowo i Psychicznie Chorych w Branicach Branice (German: Branitz) 1897 Branitz sanatoriums and nursing homes
? Trzebiatów (German: Treptow an der Rega) 1902 Provincial Sanatorium Treptow on the Rega
Kochanówka Psychiatric Hospital Łódź (German: Lodz, also Lodsch, 1940–1945 Litzmannstadt). 1902 Łódź-Kochanówka pawilon neurologiczny.jpg
Samodzielny Publiczny Szpital dla Nerwowo i Psychicznie Chorych w Międzyrzeczu Międzyrzecz (German: Meseritz) 1904 Remedial and nursing home Obrawalde , State Hospital Meseritz-Obrawalde 18723 Miedzyrzecz obrzyce adm 1.JPG
Sanatorium and Nursing Home Lüben Lubin (German: Lüben in Schlesien) around 1905 Provincial insane asylum in Lüben
Zofiówka Sanatorium Otwock 1908 Operated from 1908 to 1942 as a mental hospital for Jewish patients. Zofiówka w Otwocku czerwiec 2017.jpg
Wojewódzki Szpital Neuropsychiatryczny w Lublińcu Lubliniec (German: Lublinitz, from 1941 to 1945 Loben) ? Sanatorium and nursing home praise . Lubliniec7.jpg
? Świebodzice (German: Freiburg in Schlesien) ? Provincial Heil and Nursing Institution Freiburg (Silesia) Seal mark Direction of the Provincial Sanatorium and Nursing Institution in Freiburg in Silesia W0343894.jpg
? Brzeg (German: Brieg) ? Provincial Sanatorium and Nursing Home Brzeg (Silesia)
? Rybnik ? Medical and nursing home Rybnik Seal of the Directorate of the Provincial Sanatorium in Rybnik W0227299.jpg
? Świecie (German: Schwetz an der Weichsel) ? Provincial lunatic asylum Schwetz
? Poznań (German: Posen) ? Department of the Mentally Ill at the Poznan City Hospital.
? Chełm east of Lublin ? Chełm Lunatic Asylum
? Leubus ? Sanatorium and nursing home Leubus , Silesia
? Bunzlau ? Sanatorium and nursing home in Bunzlau , Silesia

See also

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Walter Grode: German "euthanasia" policy in Poland during the Second World War. In: Psychology and Social Criticism , 1992, Volume 16, Issue 2, pp. 5–13
  2. ^ Oleg Peter: Heino Schmieden: Life and work of the architect and builder 1835-1913. Lukas Verlag, 2016
  3. Heidi Treder: Provincial Sanatorium and Nursing Institution Lüben. (accessed 2018)
  4. ^ Alma Kreuter: German-speaking neurologists and psychiatrists. A biographical-bibliographical lexicon from the precursors to the middle of the 20th century. 2013
  5. Volker van der Locht: The beginning of "euthanasia" in the east. . Newsletter of the AG Bund der “Euthanasie” -vage and Forced Sterilization.
  6. ^ Reinhard Tenhumberg: Owińska. (accessed 2018)