The Royal Hospital for Sick Children was an NHS Scotland hospital in Yorkhill, Glasgow, specialising in paediatric healthcare. It was commonly referred to simply as Yorkhill or "Sick Kids". The hospital provided care for newborn babies up to children around 13 years of age, including a specialist Accident and Emergency facility and the only Donor Milk Banking facility in Scotland.

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  • The Royal Hospital for Sick Children was an NHS Scotland hospital in Yorkhill, Glasgow, specialising in paediatric healthcare. It was commonly referred to simply as Yorkhill or "Sick Kids". The hospital provided care for newborn babies right up to children around 13 years of age, including a specialist Accident and Emergency facility and the only Donor Milk Banking facility in Scotland. The hospital closed in June 2015, with services transferring to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital on the Southside of the city, with the new hospital being named the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow. The hospital building has since reopened as the West Glasgow Ambulatory Care Hospital. (en)
  • The Royal Hospital for Sick Children was an NHS Scotland hospital in Yorkhill, Glasgow, specialising in paediatric healthcare. It was commonly referred to simply as Yorkhill or "Sick Kids". The hospital provided care for newborn babies up to children around 13 years of age, including a specialist Accident and Emergency facility and the only Donor Milk Banking facility in Scotland. The hospital closed in June 2015, with services transferring to the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow, one of the hospitals build on the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital campus on the Southside of the city. The hospital building at Yorkhill has since reopened as the West Glasgow Ambulatory Care Hospital. (en)
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