Royal Infirmary


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Royal Infirmary

A decorative name for a number of hospitals scattered around Britain, which were allowed by the Crown to attached “Royal” to the marquee. Royal infirmaries are located in Aberdeen, Bristol, Cardiff, Derbyshire, Doncaster, Dumfries and Galloway, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Huddersfield, Hull, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, North Staffordshire and Sheffield.
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A police spokeswoman said: "Inquiries are ongoing into the incident at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary."
It is understood that the first people on the scene included an offduty nurse from Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and an off-duty police officer.
Nurses at Glasgow Royal Infirmary launched a petition this month after the parking tariff per hour was increased to PS1.70.
<B The intensive care unit at the Cardiff Royal Infirmary in April 1986
A police spokesman said: "Shortly after 9.45pm on Friday, March 16, 2018, police were called to Manchester Royal Infirmary after receiving a report that five people had been assaulted earlier.
The reunion group, who were joined by tutor Paddy Morland, convened at a hotel in Cardiff Bay on Friday before visiting the Royal Infirmary, just off Newport Road.
"The nurses at Leicester Royal Infirmary also deserve a medal as they were first class, especially as they gave me plenty of morphine to take away the pain when I needed it."
Meanwhile, a man was critically ill in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary last night with serious head injuries after he was hit by a car in Dufftown, Banffshire.
At its annual general meeting and reunion this coming Saturday, the Liverpool Royal Infirmary Nurses' League celebrates 75 years since the League was formed by Matron Mary Jones, OBE, in 1933 (she was its president until her death in 1975).
The capped fees will not apply to the private car park at Glasgow Royal Infirmary or the PFI-built Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, which charges pounds 7 a day.
Kafeel Ahmed, 27, was being cared for at a specialist unit at Glasgow Royal Infirmary after the incident on June 30.

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