Infrastructure investment plan 2015: 2016 progress report

Annual report outlining key achievements over the course of 2016 and looking forward to developments in 2017 and beyond.

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Projects completed during 2016 include:

NHS Ayrshire and Arran - Acute Mental Health & North Ayrshire Community Hospital (£54.8 million). Completed in 2016 and serving East, North, and South Ayrshire, this new facility for 206 inpatients will centralise adult mental health and addiction inpatient services on one site; improve rehabilitation and re-enablement services; improve treatment and rehabilitation facilities for older people; and provide additional outpatient and support services. This project now called Woodland View, officially opened in May 2016 following practical completion in April 2016.

NHS Lothian - Royal Edinburgh Campus Redevelopment (Phase 1) (£49 million). Completed in December 2016, the phase one redevelopment of the Royal Edinburgh Hospital includes new accommodation for the adult acute mental health inpatient service, older people's mental health assessment, Intensive Psychiatric Care Service ( IPCU) and the new Robert Fergusson national brain injury unit.

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde - Eastwood Health Centres (£10.8 million). Completed summer 2016. The innovative new centre offers the Eastwood community access to a wide range of health and social care services under one roof for the first time. It is home to five GP practices and community health and care services including clinics, podiatry, physiotherapy, children's services, adult mental health services, speech therapy, district nursing, health visiting and social work.

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde - Maryhill Health Centres (£13.6 million). Completed summer 2016. The state-of-the-art facility provides improved access to a range of primary care services including three GP practices, physiotherapy, district nursing, dentistry and health visitors.

NHS Fife - Intensive Psychiatric Care Unit at Stratheden Hospital (£4.5 million). Completed May 2016. The new facility will include a communal lounge and rooms for rehabilitative and therapeutic activities. Patients will each have their own single en-suite bedrooms, offering more privacy, whilst there will also be access to an outdoor courtyard and private meeting rooms for visits from families or visitors.

Major projects expected to be completed during 2017 include:

  • NHS Ayrshire and Arran - Building For Better Care.
  • NHS Dumfries and Galloway- Acute Services Redevelopment Project.
  • Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service National Centre.
  • NHS Lothian - Partnership Centre Bundle.


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