HC Deb 01 May 1963 vol 676 c109W
Mr. Dempsey

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland how many hospitals have been closed in the last five years; what were the types of hospitals involved; and what was the location of each hospital.

Mr. Noble

Seventeen hospitals, mostly small, have been closed since 1st January, 1958. Details are as follows:

Hospital Type
James Mowat Nursing Home, Stonehaven. General
Nicoll Hospital, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. General
Rose Innes Cottage Hospital, Aberchirder, Banffshire. Long stay
Rubislaw Nursing Home, Aberdeen. Maternity
Strichen Hospital, Aberdeenshire. Tuberculosis
Barnhill Hospital, Perth Tuberculosis
Friarton Hospital, Perth Tuberculosis
Gerard Cottage Hospital, Monifieth, Angus. Long stay
Noranside Hospital, Angus Tuberculosis
Anderson Sanatorium, Hawick Tuberculosis and long stay
Vogrie House, Gorebridge, Midlothian. Mental
Airdrie House, Airdrie Maternity
Infectious Diseases Hospital, Camelon, Falkirk. Tuberculosis and infectious diseases
Drumley House, Annbank, Ayrshire. Maternity
Longriggend Sanatorium, Greengairs, Lanarkshire. Tuberculosis
Peesweep Sanatorium, Paisley Tuberculosis
Touch Auxiliary Hospital, Stirling. Convalescent and long stay

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