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Norrtull hospital
LocationVasastan, Stockholm, Sweden
Coordinates59°20′46″N 18°2′55″E / 59.34611°N 18.04861°E / 59.34611; 18.04861Coordinates: 59°20′46″N 18°2′55″E / 59.34611°N 18.04861°E / 59.34611; 18.04861
ListsHospitals in Sweden

Norrtulls sjukhus ("Norrtull hospital") in Vasastan, Stockholm, Sweden was erected 1883–85 as a model orphanage,[1] converted in the 1920s to a children's hospital that in 1951 was relocated to the Caroline Institute and later renamed to Astrid Lindgren Children’s Hospital. Norrtulls sjukhus was then converted into a geriatric hospital, and in the 1990s to a psychiatric clinic. As the buildings in 2004 were deemed inappropriate, they have been sold on the open market.

The school Viktor Rydberg Gymnasium is since 2015 located to a part of Norrtulls sjukhus,[2] which Lilla Akademien is as well.


See also


  1. ^ Kinberg, A. (1904). Allmänna barnhusinrättningen i Stockholm. Nordisk Familjebok (in Swedish). 1. p. 632. Retrieved 15 February 2017.
  2. ^ "Om vår skola" [On our school]. Viktor Rydberg Gymnasium (in Swedish). Retrieved 16 February 2017.