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Chalmers Hospital - Banff

Chalmers Hospital, Clunie Street, Banff, AB45 1JA
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Chalmers Hospital was founded by the late Mr Alexander Chalmers, Merchant of Banff who died on 11 August 1835. In his will he left the whole of his estate to be applied, upon the death of his wife, towards funding and building a hospital for the people in the Royal Burgh of Banff. Mrs Chalmers died in 1861 and on 19 July 1864 Chalmers Hospital opened. 

The hospital is supported by GPs from Banff & Gamrie, Deveron, Macduff, Portsoy and Aberchirder Medical Practices.

The hospital is also well supported by an active 'Friends of Chalmers Hospital' group.

Last few moves at Chalmers

As part of the Chalmers Hospital development, the casualty department moved to its new home at Clunie Street on 5th October.

All hospital services are now accessed by the new hospital entrance on Clunie Street. These services include casualty, X-ray, outpatient clinics, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, renal and the GP ward. 

Chalmers Hospital - Casualty Move