St. Alfred's Hospital (East Boundwood)

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St. Alfred's Hospital

East Boundwood [45,0]

Border Border Border
Wolsey Crescent Fire Station St. Alfred's Hospital Ivyleafe Way
the Gilmore Motel Schonlau Walk a junkyard

Basic Info:

  • Excellent place to find first aid kits. Zombies frequently check inside.
  • Portable Generators have a use other than powering the lights and increasing search probability in hospitals. Players with the Surgery Skill can heal for 15 HP if the Hospital has a fueled up Generator.
  • Hospitals can be barricaded normally.
  • Among the internal descriptions found in Hospitals:
    • "...its wards and corridors blackened with the soot of a recent fire"
    • "...its empty wards criss-crossed with snapped quarantine tape."
    • " of the city's psychiatric hospitals."
    • "...dark corridors leading through abandoned wards."
    • "...its emergency room in disarray."
    • "...its lobby covered with quarantine posters."
    • "...a children's hospital with bright murals across the walls. "
    • "The main lobby is riddled with bullet holes."
    • "It was one of the last to be evacuated, and seems to have been cleared out in a hurry."
    • "...a derelict hospital that was closed down years ago."


St. Alfred's Hospital
Mafiamanz (talk) 14:56, 29 April 2020 (UTC)


St. Alfred's Hospital is located along the northern border of Malton, in the northern part of East Boundwood. On closer inspection, what looks like taco chips are scattered on the bloody floor. Strange...

Redcrosssmall.jpg Malton Hospitals Group
This hospital is currently not registered with MHG. If you want to run it, go ahead, but please register.


This is a lonely and forlorn place on the very edge of Malton. In its early days it was an insane asylum, then later it was restored by the Veterans' Administration to care for returning soldiers with head trauma. In the margins of this hell, it is mostly forgotten and bypassed by survivors and zeds alike. Survivors are shunned by the stories of tortured apparitions who throw objects across the room (making barricading difficult).

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