|Machynlleth Community Hospital|
|Powys Teaching Health Board|
|Location||Heol Maengwyn, Machynlleth, Powys, Wales|
|Care system||NHS Wales|
|Lists||Hospitals in Wales|
The facility has its origins in the Machynlleth Union Workhouse which opened in 1860. After serving as a Red Cross Hospital during the First World War, it was converted into a hospital for tuberculosis patients, re-opening as the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital in 1920. It joined the National Health Service as the Machynlleth Chest Hospital in 1948 and subsequently evolved to become a community hospital. An upgrade to the hospital costing £7.8 million and involving three new extensions is scheduled to complete in 2022.
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