The Royal Hospital for Sick Children has 266 inpatient beds, 12 daycase beds, and handles approximately 90,000 out-patients, 15,000 in-patients, 7,300 daycases and 35,000 A&E attendances every year. The hospital provides care for newborn babies right up to children around 13 years of age.
Within the community Yorkhill Division provides a wide range of services from four Child Development Centres at – Bridgeton Health Centre, Possilpark Health Centre, Drumchapel Health Centre and the new Southbank Centre in the Gorbals. These centres run various clinics dealing with speech, hearing, emotional or behavioural problems, as well as organising immunisation programmes in local schools. A wide range of staff provide these services, including consultant community Paediatricians, psychologists, occupational therapists, speech & language therapists and school nurses amongst others.
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