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ⓘ NHS Western Isles




NHS Western Isles
                                     

ⓘ NHS Western Isles

NHS Western Isles is an NHS board serving the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. It is one of the fourteen regions of NHS Scotland. NHS Western Isles is responsible for providing primary and secondary healthcare to the 26.000 people in the Outer Hebrides. It employs over 1.000 staff.

NHS Western Isles NHS 3 hospitals. The largest Western hospital Islands hospital in a rural location located in Stornoway. It was opened in 1992 with a range of hospital acute specialities and psychiatry care of the elderly. Some consultant led hospital in the Western Islands of consultants in hospitals in the mainland. In hospital with diagnostic facilities, day hospital, laboratories and specialists in related medical and other services.

In Uist and Barra hospital is located in Benbecula, and was opened in 2001. It provides local communication for the population of the southern Islands. The hospital has 29 beds, and provides care for the elderly, GP acute and midwifery services for pregnancy and childbirth. Many of the consultants from the Western hospital of the Islands, and some of the boards the mainland, to visit the hospital Uist & Barra outpatient services.

St. Brendans hospital, with 5 beds, is located in castlebay on the Isle of Barra and is in a shared building with a local authority residential facility. It is supported by local GP practices to provide care for the elderly and other services.

General practitioners from nine different GP practices to provide services at 14 sites in the Western Isles.

Western Dental center is located in the island of Stornoway, adjacent to the Western Islands hospital, a dental centre was opened in December 2010.

The Council has a user-friendly initiative award of the child presented to staff in hospitals and community units in June 2015.

In 2011, the Department of health spent more than $ 2.1 million a year just on flights to move patients, equivalent to £80 per person serves a strong population of 26.000.

                                     
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