Hospital at ul. Siemiradzkiego, Kraków
The house at ul. Siemiradzkiego has its rich history.
Just before World War I, it housed a private clinic of Doctor Rutkowski. Here, on the first floor in a corner isolation room, one of the greatest Poles, painter, poet, multi-talented artist – Stanisław Wyspiański was treated and died later on. The death came after several days of his stay in hospital – on 28 November 1907. Currently, the hospital functions as the Non-Public Health Care Institution.