Health Clinics and Hospitals in Aberdeen
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary is NHS Grampian's largest hospital, situated at Foresterhill, Aberdeen. Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital and Aberdeen Maternity Hospital are also housed at the Foresterhill site. Woodend Hospital caters for many patients, including the elderly.
Royal Cornhill Hospital provides inpatient and community support for mental health services.
A large number of outpatients are seen at the Woolmanhill Hospital in the city centre. Roxburghe House is a new purpose-built unit providing palliative care for terminally ill patients. Dr Gray's Hospital is the district general hospital based in Elgin, Moray.
Children with special needs are cared for at the Raeden Centre jointly with Aberdeen City Council. The Oaks is a another purpose-built unit which provides specialist care and support for people with cancer and other progressive illnesses in Moray.
Royal Cornhill Hospital
Royal Cornhill Hospital is the main centre in the North East of Scotland for the care and treatment of people with mental health problems. It is also the main training centre for medical and nursing staff who work in mental health. The hospital is located close to the centre of Aberdeen and provides in-patient, outpatient and day patient care.
The Woolmanhill Hospital
The Woolmanhill Hospital building was the original Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. It currently provides a range of outpatient clinics. If appointment has been made for you to attend an Outpatient Clinic at Woolmanhill Hospital, you will find details of the date, time and which clinic you are to attend on your appointment card.
Woodend Municipal Hospital
Woodend Municipal Hospital was opened in 1927. The Corporation, in liaison with Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, used Woodend as a general hospital with a special block being set aside for the treatment of non-pulmonary tuberculosis, pneumonia and similar cases. On the introduction of the NHS in 1947 Woodend became part of the NHS.