Founded in 1898 thanks to the Indian development, the original building was built following a project by the architect Nemesio Cobreros, being configured as a building with a T-shaped plan, based on three pavilions with similar characteristics and a single floor with an attic. Around this original nucleus, which also housed a chapel, new buildings were built, such as the house of the chaplain (from 1910-20) and several buildings designed by the architect Julio Galán Carvajal between 1921 and 1930: infectious pavilions and surgery. In 1947 a sculpture (bronze bust on a pedestal) was installed in the complex in homage to the Indian Ramón García Fernández, one of the promoters of the institution.


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