St. Matheos's Hospital (Tapton)
|St. Matheos's Hospital|
|St. Matheos's Hospital
There are four hospitals bearing the name St. Matheos's Hospital in the city of Malton. This article is about St. Matheos's Hospital [40,73] in the suburb of Tapton, in the southern section of the city.
Saint Matt's is a former children's hospital in the north east of Tapton. While the city is grey, this building is still very colourful.
This building is kept at EHB during dangerous times, but is otherwise VSB. If over-barricaded, enter through the Bruford building one space north.
You are inside St Matheos's Hospital, a children's hospital with bright murals across the walls.
You are standing outside St Matheos's Hospital, a four-storey metal-and-glass building surrounded by burnt-out cars.
Tactical Resource Points
The nearest of each type of tactical resource point to St. Matheos's Hospital:
- Nearest Hospital is this location.
Safety Standards from the Malton Hospitals Group
- Try to keep this hospital powered at all times.
- Keep this hospital at VS+2. Those without Free Running need FAKs too. If the hospital is a key building in a battle, and it's a complete emergency, barricade to EHB. Don't try to say you didn't need FAKs at lvl 1.
- Keep this hospital zombie-free. They're nothing but trouble.
- Repair damage when possible.
- Keep at least one doctor at this hospital.
- Nobody is low priority. We're all in this together; the level one you save today could be the one to headshot the zombie chewing on your arm a few months down the road.
- If you have some people to spare, set up an ambulance service to support survivors outside the hospital.
- Keep a radio inside the building, and please transmit on the hospital frequency, 28.26 MHz.
History and Significance
At the moment, St. Matheos's Hospital is occupied by Jon Favreua, a low level doctor who quietly resides by himself, spare the many hospital patients who run in and out because of it's proximity to the local revive cemetery. It's a lonely life, but the doctor works tirelessly to keep the place in working order.