Gilyarovsky Preobrazhensky Hospital History Museum


 

Gilyarovsky Psychiatric Hospital No. 3 was Moscow’s very first psychiatric hospital. The main building was designed by Moscow provincial architect I. A. Selekhova to accommodate 80 patients, and first started treatments in 1808. In 1838, the hospital’s name adopted “Preobrazhensky” by Imperial Edict, and in 1978 started being known as Gilyarovsky Preobrazhensky Hospital in honor of distinguished Russian psychiatrist V. A. Gilyarovsky, who wrote about the hospital:

“The Preobrazhensky Hospital embodies the living forms, faces and facts of domestic psychiatry.”
 

 

The museum first opened on the hospital’s 160th anniversary thanks to public support and donations. Its collections span the hospital’s history, and were in large part acquired from hospital staff working under medical directors M. A. Dzhagarove and A. B. Aleksandrovsky. The museum’s collection explores milestones in the hospital’s development, and the accomplishments of its medical directors and prominent researchers throughout the years. More than 1,000 items span the personal records of pre-revolutionary psychiatrists, the hospital’s archives, and a photo archive.

 

The museum offers two tours: the history of pre-revolutionary psychiatry, and the history of the hospital.


 

Telephone: (495) 268-0416

Address: 20 Matrosskaya Tishina, Moscow


 

News

24.01.2019 The deadline for the submission of abstracts has been extended

Dear colleagues,
Hereby we are informing you that, in accordance with the decision of the Organizing
Committee of the international conference “Centenary of community based psychiatry:
Landmarks and Perspectives”, 
the deadline for the submission of abstracts has been extended until March 01, 2019.
The abstract submission section will be available in your personal account after
registration.
The conditions for abstract submission are also described in your personal account.

 

01.06.2018 Electronic pre-registration opened.


Call for papers

Scientific Committee invites you to contribute with an article on the organization of community-based mental care in your country. The collection of articles will be published as a book that aims to reflect current situation in community-based mental care in different countries over the globe (details on publication terms and conditions will be provided shortly). The language of publication is English.
If you would like to contribute with the article, please, contact [email protected] for further instructions. Please, provide information regarding your name, your country, professional position and affiliations in the covering letter.