NHS Grampian board plans a new £110m emergency care centre in Aberdeen

Plans for an “ambitious” new £110m emergency care centre in Aberdeen have taken another step forward.

The full business case was approved at a meeting of the board of NHS Grampian, and the plan will now be submitted to the Scottish government.

News from BBC Scotland

Accident and emergency treatment as well as the Gmed out-of-hours facility would be among the services at the base.

It is hoped the centre will be operational by December 2012.

Project director Graeme Smith said: “This ambitious project has taken shape as a result of a major effort by a wide range of clinicians, managers and the public over many years.”

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