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The buildings were still in use in 2009, but by 2014 the single-storey ward blocks on either side of the central administration block were boarded up.
[ County Council of Stirling, Medical Officer of Health, Annual Reports, 1900‑1910.] KILLEARN HOSPITAL (largely demolished) One of the seven new hospitals built during the Second World War under the Emergency Medical Scheme.
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It isolated location, ideal during the Second World War, had become problematic by the 1960s leading to the hospital’s closure in 1972.
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In its 12th Annual Report the Health Committee stated that: It has now been decided to add very considerably to the accommodation of the Hospital…
The Hospital was one of the earliest erected under the County Council Government and being the first in Stirlingshire, there was hesitation to make it of any great size, feeling existed that there might be difficulty in getting patients with infectious diseases to accept hospital treatment. The additions made in 1903 included another ward block, administration building and ancillary buildings.
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