The Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital or RACH is a children’s hospital in Aberdeen (Scotland), United Kingdom. It is situated on the Foresterhill site, with the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Aberdeen Maternity Hospital. The hospital provides a comprehensive service of paediatric specialties to Grampian, Highlands and Islands and Tayside. The original RACH was built in 1929, and was replaced in 2004 by a modern hospital.
In addition to acute services, the hospital also has community services, including school and pre-school programmes, screening/immunisation services, child protection services and various allied health services.
Community Child Health services are, on the whole, provided for children up to the age of 19 years. As far as possible, care is provided in the home setting or as close to the home setting as possible.
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