Naburn Hospital was a mental health facility in Naburn, North Yorkshire, England.
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Acres House, a property dating back to 1774, and its associated farmland were acquired in 1899 for the purposes of building an asylum. The facility, which was designed by Alfred Creer using a compact arrow layout, opened as York Borough Asylum in April 1906. After Naburn Lodge Farm was acquired in 1913, further expansion of the hospital became possible. It became the York City Mental Hospital in 1927 and joined the National Health Service as Naburn Hospital in 1948.
After the introduction of Care in the Community in the early 1980s, the hospital went into a period of decline and closed in February 1988. Most of the hospital buildings were subsequently demolished and the site was redeveloped as the York Designer Outlet Centre. However Acres House survives.
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- Webb, Katherine A. (2002). From County Hospital to NHS Trust, the History and Archives of NHS Hospitals, Services and Management in York, 1740-2000. Borthwick Institute Publications. p. 98. ISBN 978-0903857994.
- "Naburn Hospital". National Archives. Retrieved 16 April 2019.
- "York Designer Outlet Centre". McArthur Glen. Retrieved 16 April 2019.