Photographs: Pharmacy, Cafeteria, Admin, Library, Auditorium, Old Lab
A cart just outside the Doctors Hospital pharmacy.
The pharmacy's pass-through window.
There were bars on the windows of the pharmacy.
A sink and counter area inside the pharmacy.
The pharmacy's office area.
Large shelves in the pharmacy office.
An old refrigeration unit.
Various drugs were stored in these bins.
A closer look at the storage bins.
These lockers were used to store controlled substances.
Morphine was among the items stored in the lockers.
More drug storage in another part of the pharmacy.
This newer refrigeration unit was used to store medicines that needed to be cool.
A ventilation unit used for mixing certain medications.
The kitchen area of Doctors Hospital.
Some of the walls were stained with grease.
Thick grease on the kitchen floor.
A washing counter in the back room of the kitchen.
This was the cafeteria's huge dishwasher.
Inside the dishwasher looked like a car wash.
Some clean dishes and trays.
An awareness chart on how to ensure the dishes were clean.
This was where visitors and hospital staff would eat.
The cafeteria also had a soup and salad bar.
The outside entrance to the cafeteria.
Doctors had a separate dining area.
This was the doctors dining room.
Doctors also had a lounge complete with a TV.
A small office with a desk inside the doctor's lounge.
The doctor's lounge bulletin board.
Mailboxes in the doctor's lounge.
This was the hospital administration area.
One of the many large desks for the hospital's administrators.
There were some typewriters left in a couple of the offices.
This was the hospital CEO's office.
A few boxes of files remained in the CEO's office.
The CEO had their own kitchenette.
This large meeting room was next to the CEO's office.
There were a couple of ceiling fans.
We were told there used to be a huge oak table in the middle of this room.
Another look at the ceiling.
A nice clock built into the wall.
Some awards were left behind on the meeting room floor.
The plan for the hospital's move was left on the meeting room board.
The nasty refrigerator of the small administrator's break room.
A map of Stark County hung on the wall of the break room.
Entering the Doctors Hospital library.
The library was a rather large room.
This could have been the librarian's desk.
An office area just off of the library.
A storage room off of the offices.
The Doctors Hospital auditorium.
The view from the auditorium's stage.
Inside the auditorium's projection booth.
A sign for the Bridge to the Future was also in the auditorium.
This area was the hospital's original laboratory.
An emergency shower in the lab.
It appeared the old lab was most recently being used for storage.
These support columns were added to hold up the Bridge to the Future.
This abandoned stairway was blocked off in a small closet just off of the old laboratory.
A twelve minute long video from our visit to Doctors Hospital of Stark County, including the morgue! The video was shot by our rookie cameraman, so please forgive his golf course-like commentary! Some portions of the video were muted due to audio issues. You may also watch this video on Hospital Tour: YouTube.
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