- North Glasgow University Hospitals NHS Trust board minutes, agenda and related papers, 1999–2004 with similar records of the board’s committees, 1999–2005;
- West Glasgow Hospitals University NHS Trust board minutes, agenda and related papers, 1994–1999 with similar records of the board’s committees, 1994–1999.
Records of North Glasgow University Hospitals NHS Trust, Glasgow, Scotland
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
North Glasgow University Hospitals NHS Trust was created in 1999 by the merger of three separate trusts centred on: the Glasgow Royal Infirmary; Stobhill Hospital; and the Western Infirmary along with Gartnavel General Hospital. The Trust had responsibility for managing acute and outpatient services at these four major institutions. In 2004, as part of the reintegration of the NHS, the North Glasgow Division of NHS Greater Glasgow replaced the North Glasgow University Hospitals NHS Trust.
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Conditions Governing Access
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