NHS Forth Valley

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NHS Forth Valley
Created 2004 (2004)
Headquarters Stirling
Region served
Area size 2,643 square kilometres (1,020 sq mi)
Population 281,000
Type NHS board
Hospitals List
Website www.nhsforthvalley.com

NHS Forth Valley (Scottish Gaelic: Bòrd SSN Srath For) is one of the fourteen regions of NHS Scotland. It provides healthcare services in the Clackmannanshire, Falkirk and Stirling area. NHS Forth Valley is headquartered in Castle Business Park, Stirling.


A new acute hospital built on the western fringes of Larbert will replace Falkirk, and, Stirling Infirmaries. NHS Forth Valley reported that this hospital had been granted royal status on 15 January 2010. Named Forth Valley Royal Hospital, it has opened to its first patients in summer 2010 and the transfer of services is expected to finish in summer 2011.[1]

Forth Valley[edit]

Clackmannanshire, Falkirk and Stirling



Outwith Falkirk[edit]


Within Stirling[edit]
Outwith Stirling[edit]

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