Former Military Hospital Site Urged as PTSD Treatment Facility

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The Silver City (NM) News (9/16, Vestal) reports that completion of the new Fort Bayard medical facility, expected in the next few months, “throws the fate of old Fort Bayard in limbo. The state, which owns the property, must find a new entity that would run the facility.

Supporters, such as the preservation society, said they would like to see the hospital used as a clinic to treat veterans suffering from post traumatic stress disorder.”

They note that Fort Bayard, now a state and national historic landmark, served as a military hospital from 1922 to 1956.

– From the VA

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