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Hospital could refer to:
- The abandoned hospital in Washington, D.C., where Rebel finds Monica.
- Clark County Hospital, D.L.'s birthplace, according to his inmate record card.
- The Company's hospital, to which Niki and Molly are brought to.
- Israeli hospital, where Hana is taken after a suicide attack almost kills her.
- Heidi's hospital, located in New York City, where Heidi is taken after her accident. (This is possibly the same hospital as Peter's New York City hospital.)
- Los Angeles hospital, where Karen Sprague dies of cancer.
- The medical facility where Matt and Mr. Bennet are medically treated at separate times.
- Memphis General Hospital, where Nathan meets Donald Essex.
- Mercy Heights Hospital, in New York, NY, where Noah and Peter take the New York Federal Bank manager to recover.
- Midland Hospital, in Midland, TX, where Matt is taken after being shot.
- New York City hospital, where Peter is taken after collapsing.
- New York City hospital, where Mohinder goes to seek funding.
- New York City hospital, where Nathan is taken after being severely burned in an explosion.
- Odessa hospital, where Brody and Claire are admitted after Brody's accident.
- Our Lady of Perpetual Faith Hospital, Beverly Hills, CA, where both Tracy Strauss and Niki Sanders were born.
- Ren Metzger's hospital, where Ren Metzger is treated after being jumped by Crash's friends.
- Riverdale Psychiatric Hospital, the facility where Mohinder is kept.
- Roosevelt Hospital, New York, NY, where D.L. recovers from Linderman's gunshot wound.
- St. Joseph's Hospital of Odessa, the hospital Nathan is taken to after being shot during his press conference.
- St. Jude's Hospital, where Quentin and Aly look for Phoebe on June 13, 2014.
- St. Peter's Hospital, where Anne Clark is treated.