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If you contact Fiona Musk, the archivist for NHS Grampian Archives, she would be able to answer your question more fully, and look at Forresterhill’s patient records for that time.

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They work closely with colleagues throughout neurological rehabilitation services and have dedicated support from Rehabilitation Consultants. The first hospital, built on this site to designs by William Smith, began in 1874, some of which remains (as of 1990). If, unfortunately, your condition does deteriorate whilst you are waiting for your appointment, you should make a new appointment with your GP who will consider what needs to be done. This large H-plan poorhouse to the north of Aberdeen was designed by Thomas Mathews and James Mackenzie, adapted from their model plan of a poorhouse of 1847 for the Board of Supervision.Known as the Jubilee Extension Scheme, the new blocks opened in 1897 and provided a new surgical block, medical block, pathology and laundry blocks. You may not be seen by them, but by another clinician who can discuss your management with the specialist if required.

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Throughout this 12-week first phase, each person will develop a clear vocational goal and readiness to progress onto work placement. Although the intentions were laudable that led the Corporation to choose concrete, the drawbacks were an exterior and interior that were ‘cold, cheerless and prison‑like, with cement everywhere on the floor, walls, and ceilings’. In general, patients who require complex multidisciplinary inpatient neuro-rehabilitation are given higher priority, as they cannot access this anywhere else in Grampian.ABERDEEN MATERNITY HOSPITAL, FORESTERHILL The maternity hospital at Foresterhill opened in 1937 but it was originally founded c . If you qualify for ambulance transport and need an ambulance for your next appointment please let the staff at the clinic know. After the First World War legislation was brought in to provide for maternity cases and young children of the very poorest, usually those who qualified for poor relief. THORNGROVE HOME, ABERDEEN A converted private house on the outskirts of Aberdeen for abandoned and convalescent children.

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In 1926 the hospital sections were taken over by Aberdeen Town Council and re‑opened as the Woodend Municipal Hospital in October 1927. The Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT) consists of Nursing, Medical, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy (OT), Speech and Language Therapy (SLT), Dietetics and Neuropsychology staff. The ward blocks extended south from the gently curved east-west corridor, fanning out from the central administration area. It was built for patients of the Aberdeen district of the county and was originally situated well outside the town – just to the north-east of the poorhouse.

Forresterhill was a voluntary hospital, and patients were admitted free of charge – though many voluntary hospitals by this date had pay-beds, or private wards. The Building Committee reported in August 1853 that they had considered three sites, eventually opting for the one at Ferryhill, offered by William Clark, ‘late ironmonger’, who held the ground on a 999-year lease from Martinmas 1756 and under-let it to a market gardener. The site formed an awkward wedge and added to this difficulty the managers wished to avoid interfering with the existing buildings. Embedding these values in everything that we do is an important part of our vision to improve health and reduce inequalities; deliver high quality care in the right place; involve our patients, public, staff and partners; and develop and empower our staff. If it is decided at your consultation that you need surgery, you will need to have your fitness for an operation assessed (known as pre-admission assessment).

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The House itself was built around 1840 and has an asymmetrical plan, its Jacobethan details forming a picturesque appearance in the wooded Deeside setting. Sources: British Medical Association, Aberdeen 1914, Handbook and Guide , Aberdeen, 1914: Aberdeen Evening Express, 9 Oct 1958, p. Does anyone know if there are patient records for the Northern Nursing Home, 3-5 Albyn Place in 1921.A special block was erected for the treatment of non-pulmonary tuberculosis, pneumonia and similar cases. The hospital was taken over by the National Health Service in 1948, and a regional psychiatric out patient centre, the Ross Clinic, opened in 1959. DOME, the Department of Medicine for the Elderly, which forms a base for University of Aberdeen geriatric medicine students is located at the hospital. It was the only institution of its type in the North-East region and was extended in 1952 (Rocklands Cottage, adapted for 12 boys) and 1954 (50-bed extension).

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