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Unit History: BMH Dhekelia

BMH Dhekelia
BMH Dhekelia was one of several army hospitals in Cyprus. It remains open within the Dhekelai Garrison but in a much smaller capacity and is run as a maternity unit and MRS for British Forces Cyprus personnel and their families.
 
BMH Dhekelia was opened in October 1958. The first Commanding Officer was Lieutenant Colonel Darbyshire and the second CO was Lt.Col Wordingham.

Memories of BMH Dhekelia

(Memories written by members of Forces Reunited)

BMH Dhekelia , 1967 in 1967

Written by PETER MACKINTOSH

Birth of my first son at BMH Dhekekia Loved Cyprus , poss my best time in the Signals . Would be great to catch up with anyone from 261 Sq ( Air formation )

BMH Dhekelia in 1963

Written by Peter Reeder RASC

I was attached to the BMH to run the transport as mt Cpl, I got promoted to Sgt.My son was born at the BMH in March 63 and I was posted to 18 Amph Coy in the Jan 62. I left behined a great lot of freinds

BMH Dhekelia, in 1968

Written by Val Smith (nee Thomas)

Fun times in Cyprus. Would love to find Jenny Jones, Elaine Henderson and Janet Potter

BMH Dhekelia, in 1972

Written by Susan Simmons nee Cummings

I was a young and may I say happy go lucky QA in 1972 and spent many a happy hour in "My Paradise" "Romanzo’s" and the discos in Larnaca. I happened to be working on the children’s ward at the time, let me tell you, it was not the place to work with a hang-over!!!! I found the linen cupboard was a haven of peace and quiet.
Does any one recall the places I mentioned? and also the great friends. Terry Hook, Marie Watson, Sue Taylor and Sheila Worthington?

BMH Dhekelia in 1973

Written by Henry "Jeff" Bull

1973 Cyprus......enjoying a great posting with my family, then the overthrow of Archbishop Makarios cause the conflict between Greeks and Turks. So sad the Island is still split. Use to stand on the roof of the BMH and watch the Turkish jets fly over and bomb Famagusta.
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Active From: 1958 - Present

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