Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children

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Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children
Watercolour painting of a courtyard with buildings on three sides and a gatehouse on the side facing the viewer.
Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children is located in Northern Ireland
Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children
Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children is located in the United Kingdom
Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children
Geography
Location Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Organisation
Care system NHS
Hospital type Specialist
Services
Speciality Pediatric hospital
History
Founded 1879; 139 years ago (1879)
Links
Website www.belfasttrust.hscni.net/hospitals/ChildrensHospital.htm

The Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children is a specialized government children's hospital and medical centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is the only hospital in Northern Ireland dedicated to children.[1]

The hospital was founded in 1879.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children". Belfast Health and Social Trust. Retrieved April 14, 2012. 
  2. ^ Calwell, HG (1971). "The history of the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children. The Queen Street days". The Ulster medical journal. 40 (2): 85–110. PMC 2385275Freely accessible. PMID 4948493. 

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Coordinates: 54°35′28″N 5°57′29″W / 54.591088°N 5.958002°W / 54.591088; -5.958002