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Maternity hospital closes

13th January 2010

The Queen Mother's Hospital in Glasgow, which has seen the delivery of 160,000 babies on it premises since it opened in 1964, is to close.

Robert Calderwood, chief executive of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (GGC), said: "In its 46-year history the Queen Mother's Hospital has played an important part in helping to shape and develop maternity services. Over this period, maternity services in Glasgow have developed from seven small obstetric units to two state-of-the-art large modern facilities in 2010 where the legacy of innovation in maternity services can be continued." 


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