Ware Park Sanatorium. Hertford

By Rosalind White

The only hospital there had ever been in Ware was a TB (tuberculosis) sanatorium at the Canons Hotel (now the Roebuck) which transferred to Ware Park in 1922.

This page was added on 09/01/2013.

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  • Does anyone know how long a hospital keeps patient records. My dad was in this hospital for near on a year in 1956 , he has his lungs drains twice a week of fluid . He was on Spinney ward , the doctors he mentioned in his letters were Me Tubbs, Doctor Newall, Doctor Acther. My dad was sent to Hill end hospital in St Albans for a lung op the back to Ware. He was 49 when he died , I was a baby my sister was 4 .

    By Catherine Easton (13/03/2021)
  • My Great Grandmother died here in 1939. I’m trying to track down what happened to her afterwards because my Grandfather has never been to her gravesite to say a proper goodbye.

    By Rebecca (10/12/2020)
  • I worked at this hospital in 1971 for a dr. Arnold Pines, a well renowned chest physician.

    By Sara Alcraft (17/10/2020)
  • The remaining, limited archives are at Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies at County Hall.

    By Geoffrey Cordingley (23/01/2020)
  • I wonder where records are archived? I believe my grandfather died in the Sanatorium in 1941. I would love to research archives.

    By June bartlett (17/01/2020)
  • Just discovered this is where my uncle died aged 23 back in 1938. Such a sad story his life and died when his son was only 1 year old.

    By Suzanne Lewis (10/01/2020)
  • found out that my great grandmother died their in 1931
    would be nice to know were they are buried ?

    By gregory gentle (14/12/2018)
  • I’ ve just found out that my aunt went here with tb
    in 1949

    By lynne tedder-ward (03/04/2018)