St. Benedict's Hospital (Peppardville)

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St. Benedict's Hospital

Peppardville [77,49]

Fennessy Place Police Department Tennear Bank Fort Creedy Barracks
Kinsman Cinema St. Benedict's Hospital Fort Creedy Exercise Yard
wasteland a junkyard Club Noake

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. Benedict's Hospital
Thvortex (talk) 18:10, 21 July 2020 (UTC)

Current Status


Located next to Fort Creedy, in the suburb of Peppardville. St. Benedict's Hospital sees no end of activity.


St. Benedict's Hospital has always had a strong relationship with the military and can trace thet relationship all the way back to as far as 1297, when a temporary field hospital was erected for soldiers returning from the crusades to recover in.

However the first mention of a permanent structure on this site was referenced by a certain Dr. J Frobisher of the Royal College of Surgeons in one of his books on Georgian Medicine.

"While many towns and villages during the Georgian area lacked suitable public healthcare, the Peppardville Hospital in Malton found itself at the centre of national attention on more then one occasion. It is said George III requested his favourite surgeon, who worked here, whenever he felt a little 'peaky.'"

The hospital was rebuilt in 1909 with the addition of four more wards and an extra operating theatre as well a complete change in decor. During the construction work all patients and staff were transferred to the nearby St. Helena's Church.

In World War I and later World War II the hospital was leased to the war office along with all staff.

From 1914 to the beginning of 1915 the hospital was a recovery hospital and early 1915 onwards dealth with gas cases.

1940 to '45 the hospital was a psychiatric-cum-training hospital. Up to three medical units trained here at any one time.

October 2012

October 16th

The hospital is in zombie hands. It is ruined with 5 zombies inside, and the doors are wide open.

October 18th

Being rebuilt. Zombies thrown out, and EHB.

March 2008

March 26

St. Benedict's is in ruins. Seculus 16:43, 26 March 2008 (UTC)

March 6nd

I am back from my supply run to Giddings and am proud to say that St. Benedict's is up and running. We are fully funtional, and are now accepting walk-ins. Have a great day! --Cpl Riza 21:40, 6 March 2008 (UTC)

Redcrosssmall.jpg Malton Hospitals Group
This hospital has been registered on the Malton Hospitals Group database, and can be guaranteed to have a doctor present.


Appropriately this location was chosen by an entrepreneurial Dr. Bevery Crusher, in March of 2006, as a prime location for a McZeds.

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This location has a McZeds™ restaurant.
Now Open! Serving you 24 hours every day through the apocalypse.

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