Raigmore Hospital is situated in Inverness and is easily accessed by Public Transport, with buses running every 15 – 20 mins throughout the day from Inverness city centre; close to the Bus and Train station.Inverness is served by walking and cycling routes and also rail links.Raigmore zone directory and map Kyle Court Patient Lodge NHS Highland recognised the need to provide non-institutional accommodation for patients who attend Raigmore Hospital for routine procedures, given the distance which they may have to travel.
Inpatient Guide - Information for Patients Raigmore Hospital is the only acute district hospital serving the population of the Highlands and has been based on the site since 1941. These floors house Teaching Facilities, a Theatre Suite of 9 Operating Theatres, a 7 bed Intensive Care Unit (with capacity to flex up to 8 beds), a 4 bed Coronary Care Unit, a Maternity Unit, Chest Unit and a Renal Unit; all of which are serviced by comprehensive support services.
In addition to this, Raigmore Hospital also has a main outpatient department along with a number of specialty specific outpatient departments including the Highland Breast Centre, Macmillan Suite, Eye clinic and Ear, Nose and Throat clinic.
Falcon Square bus stop is a 2 minute walk from Inverness train station and less than 10 minutes walk from Inverness bus station.
Alternatively, there is a bus stop at Queensgate which is situated next to the Post Office and is close to the front entrance of the Train Station.
You should then follow the large directional circle numbers as indicated on the directional directories which are located throughout the hospital.
The principles of the hospital signage are: To divide the hospital into Zones, using a numbering system which is recognised throughout many languages.
Travelling by Car The hospital is situated just off the A9; near the Inshes fly-over and Northern Constabulary Headquarters.
Google Maps can provide you with directions to the Hospital by clicking here. The car park is used by staff, visitors and patients.
Surgical Specialties Division The Surgical Division provides services across a wide range of specialties including: General Surgery including Upper GI, Colorectal and Vascular, Orthopaedics, ENT, Urology, Ophthalmology, Orthodontics and Oral and Maxillofacial surgery.
The Division also manages Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Anaesthetics, a 7 bed Intensive Care Unit, 10 Theatres and Day Surgery Unit.
If you are medically unfit to travel by public transport, you should contact the Scottish Ambulance Patient Transport Service on 03.