Short info about each hospital with links to M.E.D. sites for each trust
The Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow is one of the largest paediatric care centres in the UK and provides a wide range of complex medical, surgical, cardiac and mental health services to children across Scotland, and indeed the UK. For a number of these services, we are the sole provider in Scotland. We also offer a full range of secondary care services to children of Greater Glasgow and Clyde, both in hospital and in the community. We have close links with the Universities in Glasgow and have excellent training and research programmes, receiving applications from across the world for a full range of specialties and services.
The Princess Royal Maternity is designed to accommodate the delivery of up to 6000 babies each year. It has five clinical floors and provides state-of-the-art equipment for mothers and babies, with the added benefit of clinical services, including Adult Intensive Care, on the same site.
University Hospital Wishaw is a district general hospital with a 24-hour accident and emergency department. There is an acute paediatric receiving war, paediatric inpatients, special care baby unit and level 3 neonatal unit.
University Hospital Crosshouse is situated two miles from Kilmarnock town centre. It is a large district general hospital providing a wide range of services, including paediatric inpatient services
Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary, the District General Hospital, serves the region of Dumfries and Galloway. It contains staffed single rooms, and has a full range of specialties.
Forth Valley Royal Hospital is one of the most modern and well-equipped hospitals in Europe which has been purpose-built to provide a wide range of services with the very highest standard of accommodation and facilities for patients, visitors and staff
Note that Shape of Training is reorganising each programme and therefore these will change.
This page was last updated on: 29.06.2022 at 09.18