Contents 1 Overview 2 Rivers Centre 3 Sculpture 4 References 5 External links


Overview[edit] The hospital was established by Doctor Andrew Duncan, following the death of Robert Fergusson, a Scottish poet who died in 1774 following mental health problems caused by a head injury. Duncan wished to establish a hospital where the mentally ill could be humanely looked after. The Edinburgh Lunatic Asylum first opened in 1813, following fundraising efforts by Duncan, and monies gifted by the British Parliament.[2] Today the hospital is the main mental health hospital for the Lothian region, and has treatment services for alcohol and drug addiction. In 2005, NHS Lothian announced plans for a redevelopment of the Royal Edinburgh Hospital site, which would see a new modern hospital built in the grounds. In November 2014 Nicola Sturgeon announced a £409m public-private funding package which would be funded through the Scottish government's non-profit distributing model. The Royal Edinburgh Hospital would be the main beneficiary with £120m to complete its redevelopment. This is a form of Private finance initiative which caps private sector returns. Any surplus is directed to the public sector rather than shareholders.[3]


Rivers Centre[edit] The Rivers Centre is a clinic, established in 1997, for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. It was set up in memory of the pioneering psychiatrist William Rivers (1864-1922).


Sculpture[edit] The 15 tonne granite work Abraham[4] was carved in the grounds of the hospital in 1982 by sculptor Ronald Rae and remains there permanently.


References[edit] ^ "Royal Edinburgh Hospital". NHS Lothian. 28 August 2013. Retrieved 10 June 2014.  ^ "Our Organisation: About Us: Our History: Royal Edinburgh Hospital History". www.nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk. NHS Lothian. 1 June 2011. Retrieved 12 December 2016.  ^ "Nicola Sturgeon hails £400m hospital fund". BBC News. 2 November 2014. Retrieved 2 November 2014.  ^ "Abraham". Ronald Rae. Retrieved 10 June 2014. 


External links[edit] The Rivers Centre Sunday Herald- "Lothian NHS board insists on hospital closures" v t e NHS Lothian hospitals City of Edinburgh Astley Ainslie Hospital Chalmers Hospital Corstorphine Hospital Edinburgh Dental Institute Lauriston Building Leith Community Treatment Centre Liberton Hospital Princess Alexandra Eye Pavilion Royal Edinburgh Hospital Royal Hospital for Sick Children Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Royal Victoria Hospital Western General Hospital East Lothian Belhaven Hospital Edington Cottage Hospital Herdmanflat Hospital Roodlands General Hospital Midlothian Midlothian Community Hospital West Lothian St John's Hospital St. Michael's Hospital Tippethill House Hospital Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Royal_Edinburgh_Hospital&oldid=811071255" Categories: NHS Scotland hospitalsHospitals in EdinburghHistory of EdinburghCategory B listed buildings in EdinburghPsychiatric hospitals in ScotlandHistory of mental health in the United KingdomHistory of psychiatry19th-century establishments in ScotlandHospitals established in the 19th centuryNHS LothianOrganisations based in Edinburgh with royal patronageHidden categories: Use dmy dates from July 2015Use British English from July 2015


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