Royal Hospital

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Several hospitals and former hospitals are known formally or informally as Royal Hospital or simply The Royal, indicating some form of royal patronage, such as sponsorship, usage, or creation by royal charter.

Australia[edit]

Melbourne[edit]

  • Royal Children's Hospital, a paediatric hospital in Melbourne, Victoria, founded in 1870, moving to Flemington Road in 1963
  • The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne, a dental hospital in Melbourne, Victoria, founded in 1890, gaining royal patronage in 1969, and moving to Swanston Street in 2003
  • Royal Melbourne Hospital, a general hospital in Melbourne, Victoria, founded in 1848, gaining royal patronage in 1935, moving to Parkville in 1944
  • Royal Park Hospital, a psychiatric hospital in Melbourne, Victoria, founded in 1907 and closed in 1999
  • Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne, a specialist women's hospital in Melbourne, Victoria, founded in 1856, gaining royal patronage in 1954, and relocating to Parkville in 2008

Sydney[edit]

  • Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, a paediatric teaching hospital in Sydney, New South Wales, founded in 1880, moving to Westmead in 1995
  • Royal Hospital for Women, a hospital for women and babies in Sydney, New South Wales, founded in 1820, and granted royal patronage by King Edward VII in 1904
  • Royal North Shore Hospital, a teaching hospital in Sydney, New South Wales, founded in 1885, moving to St Leonards in 1905
  • Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, a teaching hospital in Sydney, New South Wales, founded in 1882, named after Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh
  • Royal South Sydney Hospital, a general hospital in Sydney, New South Wales, founded in 1913, gaining royal patronage in 1917, and closing in 2003

Tasmania[edit]

  • Royal Derwent Hospital, an asylum for the insane and handicapped in Derwent, Tasmania, founded in 1827, gaining royal patronage in 1967, and closing in 2000
  • Royal Hobart Hospital, a teaching hospital in Hobart, Tasmania, founded in 1804

Other[edit]

Canada[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

England[edit]

Midlands[edit]

Northern England[edit]

Manchester[edit]

South West[edit]

South East[edit]

Hampshire[edit]
London[edit]
Surrey[edit]
Sussex[edit]
Other[edit]

Northern Ireland[edit]

Scotland[edit]

Aberdeen[edit]

Glasgow[edit]

Edinburgh[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Inverclyde Royal Hospital, a general hospital in Greenock opened in 1979
  • Sunnyside Royal Hospital, psychiatric hospital in Hillside, Angus, founded in 1781
  • Forth Valley Royal Hospital, a general hospital in Larbert opened in 2011 to replace both Stirling Royal Infirmary and Falkirk Royal Infirmary; after the conclusion of the transfer of patients and services to the new hospital the old sites were redeveloped and new community hospitals were opened on both the previous sites

Wales[edit]

  • Royal Glamorgan Hospital, a general hospital in Talbot Green founded in 2000
  • Royal Gwent Hospital, a general hospital in Newport founded as the Newport Dispensary in 1836, moving to Cardiff Road in 1901 and gaining royal patronage with its current title in 1913

Republic of Ireland[edit]

Dublin[edit]

See also[edit]