Aberdeen Maternity Hospital

Aberdeen Maternity Hospital

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Aberdeen Maternity Hospital

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Aberdeen Maternity Hospital or AMH is a specialist maternity hospital in Aberdeen, Scotland. The buildings date from the late 1940s but have been updated and modernised since. It is part of the Aberdeen Joint Hospitals Scheme, envisaged by Professor Matthew Hay in the early 20th century. Between 4,000 and 5,000 babies are born at the hospital each year. The hospital is located in the Foresterhill area of Aberdeen and serves the region of Grampian as well as the islands of Shetland and Orkney.


In-patient antenatal and postnatal care is delivered through the five wards plus the labour ward. The wards are named after areas of Aberdeen which once had maternity homes.
  • Rubislaw ward
  • Westburn ward
  • Ashgrove ward
  • Summerfield ward
  • Hazelhead ward (now closed)

The Scanning is located within the hospital, as is the Aberdeen Fertility Centre.

There is a thirty eight (10 intensive care) cot Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) situated in the hospital, which accepts referrals from all of Scotland.


The of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, University of Aberdeen is based at the hospital which conducts a variety of research with an emphasis on obstetric epidemiology (including maternal mortality and morbidity), infertility and the prevention of cancer in women. Aberdeen is also particularly known for its research into multiple pregnancy. The associated was set up in 1995 and is primarily a research unit, with consultative and teaching responsibilities. Current work...
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