Before and After: Taborian Hospital

If you are up in Bolivar County this weekend for MHT’s Delta Drive-In, try to leave time to head up the road to Mound Bayou where you can see the Taborian Hospital, now called Taborian Urgent Care Center, reopened after many years of vacancy and decline. It’s an amazing sight and the product of many passionate people working together to bring life back to this historic building and medical care back to this small Delta community.

If you can’t make it up there, here are some before and after photos of the transformation.

Taborian Hospital in 2011

Taborian Hospital in 2011

Taborian Hospital, April 2012, just before the beginning of work. Photo by Suzassippi.

Taborian Hospital, April 2012, just before the beginning of work. Photo by Suzassippi.

Taborian Hospital interior, April 2012, just before the start of work. Photo by Suzassippi.

Taborian Hospital interior, April 2012, just before the start of work. Photo by Suzassippi.

Taborian Hospital (Urgent Care Clinic) in 2016

Taborian Hospital (Urgent Care Clinic) in 2016

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Categories: African American History, Hospitals/Medical, Mound Bayou, Renovation Projects

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  1. Thanks for the update–it is an amazing transformation!

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