St. Matthew's Hospital (Santlerville)

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St. Matthew's Hospital

Santlerville [70,27]

(Huntley Heights)
Peden Drive Burrough Row Fire Station
Gyllet Drive
(Huntley Heights)
St. Matthew's Hospital Club Shelley
St Joachim's Church
(Huntley Heights)
Paice Street Dennis Row Fire Station

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. Matthew's Hospital


There are five Hospitals throughout Malton with the name, "St. Matthew's Hospital". This page refers to St. Matthew's Hospital [70,27] in the suburb of Santlerville, in the North-East section of the city.

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St. Matthew's Hospital is a brightly decorated childrens' hospital with murals across the walls. It is located in the suburb of Santlerville, which is in the NE corner of Malton. It is mid-way up and right on the western border of Santlerville (it borders on Huntley Heights). The Hospital's co-ordinates are [70, 27].

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This location has been determined as a high priority for a generator.

The Local Area


St. Matthew's Hospital borders on the more zombie active suburb of Huntley Heights and occasionally comes under zombie attack. Nevertheless this Hospital is important because it is the nearest one for almost three quarters of Huntley Heights residents (Huntley Heights itself has no hospital).

Should the Hospital fall, survivors can escape to either of the two fire stations or several other buildings in the immediate area for safety. The buildings are mostly EHB with a few VSB+2 entry points. Visitors to the area should consult the Santlerville Barricade Plan for more information.

Note: During periods of heavy zombie activity or siege some VSB+2 buildings are likely to be raised to EHB also (if they have not already been ransacked).

Area Map

See the area surrounding St. Matthew's Hospital on both the Huntley Heights and Santlerville sides on this page

Nearby Tactical Resources

St. Matthew's Hospital is fortunate to be close to several other tactical resource points:

Local Affiliations and Groups

  • St. Matthew's Hospital is very thankful for the protection and help of The Dribbling Beavers of Santlerville for their dedication to keeping the Hospital powered and defended.
  • The North East division of the Malton Fire Department has its head-quarters in the adjacent Burrough Row Fire Station. St. Matthew's Hospital is all the more safer for being beside a whole load of survivors with axes who know how to use them, thank you to you too.
  • The IB legionaires have also decided to come down and help out at the Hospital by setting up patrols and keeping the local area of SW Santlerville safe. A very big, thank you from the Hospital Administrator to you too.
  • This Hospital is now the Santlerville campus of St. Matthew's Hospitals of Malton. The original campus is the St. Matthew's Hospital in the suburb of Pegton, which is run by the St. Matthew's Hospital Staff. They aim to bring up all the St. Matthew's Hospitals of Malton to a fully powered, manned and staffed status and this Hospital is proud to be on their list for providing excellent and consistent health care to the survivors around SW Santlerville and into the surrounding suburbs.

NecroTech and Revivification

Should you need revivification, there is a cemetery 2NW (into Huntley Heights) of the Hospital. The nearest NecroTech facility is the Dewes Building (1S, 4E) adjacent to Dowdney Mall for syringes.

St. Matthew's Hospital intends to extend its portfolio of treatments to revivification as soon as possible.

Barricade Policy

The barricade policy for this Hospital is EHB. Please keep the barricades at this level. The Entry Point for the Hospital is the adjacent Dennis Row Fire Station, just 1SE. If you require urgent medical attention (i.e. you are infected and dying) and do not have free running, then please wait at this Fire Station as Hospital staff do make ambulance runs there.

Alternatively If you do not have free running please go to St. Columbanus's Hospital (Santlerville), which is 3N, 4E block away (at [74, 24]) and is a designated entry point kept at VSB+2 according to the Santlerville Barricade Plan.

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This location is designated to be barricaded at EHB(+4) under the Santlerville Barricade Plan.

Hospital Status

St. Matthew's Hospital is the principal Hospital of SW Santlerville and is looked after by several groups in the local area. It is therefore almost guaranteed to be maintained and well barricaded. The Hospital is also on the Generator Priority list and is kept powered and fuelled usually with a radio transmitter too for the Doctors to do their work and also to make hunting for FAK's easier.

(07/23/08 St.Matthew's hospital has fallen to zombies as is extremely unsafe--LukeouTT 15:11, 23 July 2008 (BST))

Hospital Facilities

Here is a list of available Hospital facilities and treatments, please note that it does depend on the current Hospital status (it is difficult to serve patients when the staff themselves are (un)dead).

This Hospital is actively maintained

This Hospital is actively maintained by individuals and groups in the local area

First Aid
Hospital staff know First Aid

Hospital staff know First Aid and can heal up to 10HP with a First Aid Kit

Hospital Staff can diagnose patients

Hospital staff are able to diagnose and cure injured patients

Hospital Staff can perform operations

Hospital staff can perform surgery to restore 15HP per First Aid Kit

If you require services this Hospital cannot provide (or you do not have free running), then please go to St. Columbanus's Hospital at [74, 24] just 4E, 3N away in the centre of Santlerville.

Doctor Information

St. Matthew's Hospital is an important building for west Santlerville and much of Huntley Heights but it is currently under-staffed. Please consider helping to maintain this survivor lifeline by giving first aid to injured people and refuelling the generator (if required). Reinstalling a generator and radio transmitter would also be very much appreciated if the Hospital has been recently ransacked.

This is a frontier Hospital, its proximity to suburbs such as Shearbank, Huntley Heights and Randallbank means you don't have to go far for Zombie anger management and they tend to come to us first.

Hospital Policies

Health and Safety

This Hospital operates to the following set of health and safety standards set by the Malton Hospitals Group:

  • Try to keep this Hospital powered and fuelled at all times.
  • Keep this Hospital Zombie-free, they tend to eat the patients.
  • Repair barricade damage when possible.
  • Keep at least one doctor in this Hospital.
  • Nobody is low priority. We're all in this together; the Level-1 starter you save today could be the one to headshot the Zombie chewing on your arm a few months later.
  • If there are staff to spare, make local ambulance runs to support survivors outside the Hospital.
  • Keep a radio inside the building, and please transmit on the local frequency, 26.06 MHz.

Healing in times of Siege

In times of heavy siege, first aid kits can become scarce and so this is the order for healing patients, should things begin to look dire. Please adhere to this plan:

  1. Heal those infected by zombie bites first
  2. Heal active players (especially if they have just killed a Zombie)
  3. Heal those with less than 25HP so they are not targeted as "wounded" by zombies
  4. Heal those with less than 13HP so they cannot be dragged out into the street should the barricades come crashing down.

Staff are expected to heal and fight until they have only a few reserve AP for escape to nearby safe-houses.

Disruptive Visitors

Visitors and patients who are known to be Player Killers, Generator Killers or Radio Killers will be warned and closely monitored. Hospital staff are at liberty to insist such people leave should they begin causing trouble (by taunting or attacking). Failing this, physical removal will occur. Please be assured this is only if there is trouble. Those with KOS bounty status will be killed on sight.

The Hospital staff have the right to work in a safe, zombie free environment without the fear of humans turning against them too. This Hospital policy will be enforced.

To prevent abuse, proof of PK'ing, GK'ing or RK'ing should be announced to those around you before beginning "annoying person removal" procedures.

Pimp My Ward

St. Matthew's Hospital is a children's hospital and so we would very much appreciate visitors to bring toys, artifacts, 18th Century European paintings or any other decorative items for our patients to play with. These items can be found in the museums at the west end of Huntley Heights (there are no museums in Santlerville).

The St. Matthew's Hospital Administrator wishes you a warm and welcoming stay and hopes you get well (or get revived) soon.

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