The Gundry Sanitarium, also known variously as the Relay Sanitarium, Lewis Gundry Sanitarium, Gundry Hospital, and Conrad Sanitarium, was a medical institution established in 1900 in Southwest Baltimore City, Maryland.
|Location||2 North Wickham Road, Baltimore, Maryland, United States|
|Former name(s)||Athol, Relay Sanitorium|
|Demolished||circa 2000 (partially)|
|Lists||Hospitals in Maryland|
It was purchased in 1900 by Dr Alfred Gundry as a private sanitarium for the "care of nervous disorders of women that required treatment and rest away from home." It continued in existence as a private sanitarium until 1997. It was purchased by the city in 2006 for historic preservation, but it burned down on September 27, 2021, prior to any improvements.
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