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Community Hospitals in Moray

Community hospitals are hospitals where most patients are admitted, and cared for, by their own GPs. Their functions are usually considered to be:

  • Acute medical care where patients cannot be cared for at home, but where the expertise and/or the specialist diagnostic facilities of a major specialist hospital are not required

  • Post acute care including rehabilitation

  • Minor Injuries Service 

  • Palliative Care

In addition they may host a variety of functions for the locality including:

  • Diagnostic facilities (e.g. x-ray, ultrasound, sigmoidoscopy, cardiac assessment, telemedicine)
  • Therapeutic facilities (e.g. Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Minor Surgery, Day Hospital)
  • Facilities for joint teams (community nursing teams and social work/care management teams)
  • Specialist outpatient clinics
  • Intermediate Care Clinics

Hospitals have often shared expertise and equipment, and offered cross border services to patients not nominally in their areas.

Unauthorised photography, filming or recording

No one is allowed to make unauthorised photos, video or audio recordings in NHS Grampian buildings and grounds, particularly if they feature other patients, staff, carers, or visitors.  This is to respect the privacy and dignity of individuals using our services and also our staff.