|Council areas||North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire|
|Size||4,732 square kilometres|
|Headquarters||Kirklands, Bothwell, South Lanarkshire|
|Hospitals||List of hospitals in Scotland|
NHS Lanarkshire is responsible for improving the health of more than 553,000 people living within the council areas of North Lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire in Scotland. NHS Lanarkshire employs approximately 12,000 staff. The board is based at Kirklands, Fallside Road in Bothwell, South Lanarkshire.
Each of these hospitals has an accident and emergency department and provides a range of specialist medical and surgical services. Maternity services are based at Wishaw General Hospital.
NHS Lanarkshire's primary care facilities include health centres and 17 community and day hospitals.
The State Hospital for Scotland and Northern Ireland (also known as the State Hospital, Carstairs Hospital or locally as the Pen), at Carstairs, while within the NHS Lanarkshire boundaries, is the responsibility of a special board of NHS Scotland