The Hospital St. Spiritus in Pasewalk was once founded by the Pomeranians.
The Hospital of St. Spiritus was probably founded in the second half of the 13th century by the Pomeranian dukes. It served to care for lepers, sick and poor people. The building, which was severely damaged in World War II, was rebuilt in the 1950s and housed an after-work home. Today, the walls of St. Spiritus house a nursing home.