Thomas Embling - Death and Commemoration

Death and Commemoration

Thomas Embling died of "Senile Debility" on 17 January 1893 survived by his wife and four children.

In April 2000 'Thomas Embling Hospital' was opened. Built adjacent to the site of the original Yarra Bend Asylum, Thomas Embling Hospital is operated by the Victorian Institute of Forensic Mental Health and is a secure hospital for patients from the criminal justice system who are in need of psychiatric assessment, care and treatment.

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