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Kirk Taylor McCoy in surgery

Kirk and McCoy with Chekov in Mercy Hospital

A hospital or health center was a place of medical, surgical, or psychiatric care for the sick or injured.

An asylum, also known as a funny farm, was a type of psychiatric hospital designed to care for, maintain or cure the mentally ill, or mentally insane. (TOS: "Whom Gods Destroy")

Kira Meru died in a Cardassian hospital in 2353. (DS9: "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night")

A hospital facility was to be built in the Melona colony. It would have faced north and would have been located in a grove of trees. Melona IV was destroyed by the Crystalline Entity, however, and the hospital was never built. (TNG: "Silicon Avatar")

The original chief medical officer of the USS Voyager was stationed at the hospital on Caldik Prime sometime prior to 2371. (VOY: "Caretaker")

When Captain Jean-Luc Picard as Kamin was living a life on Kataan, his wife Eline refused to send him to a hospital when he was sick and insisted on caring for him herself. (TNG: "The Inner Light")

Aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369, Tosk asked Miles O'Brien if the infirmary was the space station's health center. (DS9: "Captive Pursuit")

In early 2375, the Romulan Star Empire constructed a hospital on Derna, a moon of Bajor. They also placed several plasma torpedo launchers, but were unable to bring them online due to a Bajoran blockade. (DS9: "Image in the Sand", "Shadows and Symbols")

Later the same year, Ensign Nog and the survivors of a Dominion assault on AR-558 were taken on the USS Veracruz to a hospital on Starbase 371. (DS9: "The Siege of AR-558")

In the writers' first draft script of ENT: "Dear Doctor", a "Research Hospital" on Denobula was established as the facility where Doctor Phlox had done his training and was now where Dr. Lucas was doing a fellowship. In a letter to Dr. Lucas, Phlox pointed out that many of the hospital's patients originated from nearby Kaybin bars. The hospital isn't mentioned at all in the final version of the episode.

In the first draft script of ENT: "Fusion" (which had the working title "Equilibrium"), Trip Tucker and his brother were referred to, in Trip's dialogue, as having required, one Halloween during their childhood, to be taken to a hospital by their mother so they could have their stomachs pumped because they had eaten too much candy after going trick or treating.

Hospital facilities[]

Starfleet Medical Center

Starfleet Medical, Earth

Medical hospitals and institutes[]

Mental hospitals and institutes[]

Hospital vessels[]

Hospital Ship 4-2

Hospital Ship 4-2, hovering over the central continent

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