|Location||Forres, Moray, Scotland, United Kingdom|
|Care system||Public NHS|
|Hospital type||community hospital|
|Emergency department||Minor injuries unit|
|Lists||Hospitals in Scotland|
Leanchoil Hospital was built with funds donated from Lord Strathcona in 1892 to serve the population of his native Forres and the surrounding area. The hospital was named for the farm on which his mother had grown up. On his death in 1914, Strathcona left a further bequest of £10,000 to the hospital.
The hospital has 9 beds providing medical care, rehabilitation, assessment, palliative/terminal care, convalescence and respite care. The beds are in 4 bedded rooms which are divided into male and female wards, and there is 1 single palliative care suite. There is also a minor injuries unit.
The hospital also had maternity services until the mid-1980s.
The hospital closed temporarily in January 2011 following an electrical fault, reopening in December 2011 once extensive renovations had been completed. There were only 9 inpatient beds available after it reopened.
- Lord Strathcona's will, 1914
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