Rottenrow Maternity Hospital, Glasgow

 

Glasgow’s famous Royal Maternity Hospital in Glasgow was founded as the Glasgow Lying-in Hospital and Dispensary in 1834 in Greyfriars Wynd. It moved to St Andrew’s Square, Glasgow in 1841 then to Rottenrow in 1860. Since 2001, it has been part of the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, housed in the Princess Royal building.

Here’s a wee introductory piece filmed with STV Glasgow about Glasgow’s famous maternity hospital.

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