- Registers of patients 1919-1977
- Registers of operations 1939-1977
- Registers of vaccinations 1942-1976
- Registers of births 1945-1977
- Register of mantoux tests 1955-1976
- Case notes, tuberculosis patients 1925-1927
- Notes regarding tuberculosis patients sent to Switzerland 1951-1955
- Mortuary books 1920-1977
- Accident books 1962-1976
- Patient and bed statistics 1941-1977
- Maps and plans 1903-1946
Records of Robroyston Hospital, tuberculosis and maternity hospital, Glasgow, Scotland
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Robroyston Hospital was built as a municipal smallpox and tuberculosis hospital and opened in 1918 . It was temporarily used as a military hospital in 1918-19. By 1925 450 beds at Robroyston were devoted to tuberculosis patients, almost half of Glasgow's total complement. In 1945 a maternity unit was added. In 1948 Robroyston joined the National Health Service under the Board of Management for Glasgow Northern Hospitals. In 1974 it was placed in the Northern District of the Greater Glasgow Health Board. In 1977 Robroyston was closed.
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Robroyston Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland
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Compiled by Alistair Tough, Greater Glasgow NHS Board Archivist, 23 July 1998.
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