Old St. Agnes Hospital to be rebuilt as community medical center
Posted June 21, 2012
Updated June 22, 2012
Raleigh, N.C. — A historic Raleigh hospital is about to open its doors again.
St. Agnes Hospital served the city's black residents for decades from its location near the St. Augustine's College campus.
The hospital, which also served as a training ground for hundreds of nurses and operated a medical school for a quarter of a century, closed in 1961, when Wake Med opened.
Now, developer Billie Redmond is partnering with Rex Healthcare to build a primary and urgent care center on the St. Agnes site.