Seventy three years after the Clyde built troop ship was bombed and sunk off the coast of France, a model of HMT Lancastria has been unveiled in the main reception of the Golden Jubilee National Hospital.
Patients and staff are benefitting from free wireless internet access – also known as WiFi – at Scotland’s national hospital.
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The Golden Jubilee National Hospital today announced that it will be expanding its specialist orthopaedic service and ophthalmology service to treat more Scottish patients than ever before.
Scotland’s National Hospital is delighted to be part of the UK’s first clinical trial of gene therapy for heart failure.
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The NHS National Waiting Times Centre is delighted to have retained Investing in Volunteers (IiV) status – the national quality standard for organisations showing a commitment to involving volunteers in their work.
Six unique pieces of art will be unveiled tomorrow (Friday 19 April) to commemorate 10 years of the Golden Jubilee National Hospital.
Current and future medical research will be the focus of the Chief Scientist for Scotland, Professor Andrew Morris’ visit to the Golden Jubilee National Hospital tomorrow (Friday 22 March).
Cardiologists from around the UK will today (Wednesday 20 March) will attend the British Society of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Annual Meeting which will be held in Scotland for the first time.
Delaying putting a stent in patients who have suffered a ‘high risk’ heart attack could aid their recovery, new research has shown.
Members of the public are invited to attend the March meeting of the NHS National Waiting Times Centre Board.