beta

You're viewing our new website - find out more

Publication - Report

The best start: five-year plan for maternity and neonatal care

Published: 20 Jan 2017
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781786527127

A five-year forward plan for the improvement of maternity and neonatal services in Scotland.

134 page PDF

1.9MB

134 page PDF

1.9MB

Contents
The best start: five-year plan for maternity and neonatal care
Appendix C: Neonatal Units In Scotland

134 page PDF

1.9MB

Appendix C: Neonatal Units In Scotland

NHS Board Designation Level Cot Type and Number
Intensive Care Unit High Dependency Unit Special Care Transitional Care
NHS Ayrshire & Arran
University Hospital Crosshouse 3 5 4 11 4
NHS Borders
Borders General, Melrose 2 0 2 6 *
NHS Dumfries & Galloway
Cresswell, Dumfries & Galloway 2 2 0 9 0
NHS Fife
Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy 3 4 2 14 0
NHS Forth Valley
Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert 2 5 2 13 0
NHS Grampian
Aberdeen Royal 3 10 7 19 **
Dr Gray's, Elgin 1 0 0 4 0
Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Neonatal Unit, Royal Children's Hospital, Glasgow 3 16 14 20 0
Princess Royal Maternity, Glasgow 3 4 6 18 0
Royal Alexandra, Paisley 2 3 3 10 0
Highland
Raigmore, Inverness 2 2 1 8 ***
Lanarkshire
Wishaw General 3 8 10 11 6
Lothian
Simpson Centre for Reproductive Health, ERI 3 9 8 22 0
St John's Hospital, Livingston 2 0 2 8 0
Tayside
Ninewells, Dundee 3 4 3 14 4
Orkney - - - - -
Shetland - - - - -
Western Isles - - - - -
Total Neonatal Cots in Scotland 72 64 187 14

* provided on postnatal ward and therefore varies from day to day

** 1 Isolation room, 3 Parentcraft rooms, 1 NNU clinic

*** Cots are used flexibly to a maximum of 18 points, ITU: 4 points, HD: 2 points, SC: 1 point


Contact

Email: maternityandneonatalreview@scotland.gsi.gov.uk