The Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow
In summer 2015, we moved from Yorkhill Hospital to our new home at the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow.
Thanks to your steadfast support we remain at the heart of the hospital, and have already funded more than £5.5 million of enhanced equipment and services for our young patients who are treated there.
The new children's hospital is a centre of excellence which provides world class care to children with a range of conditions from across Scotland. With your help, we can continue making the best even better.
Looking for the hospital?
Look out for the Clyde statue by the main entrance of the bright, multicoloured building at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospitals Campus.
When you enter the children's hospital, our Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity volunteers will be there to welcome you. You'll spot them in their purple t-shirts, and they'll be on hand to help you find your way around!
If your child has an appointment at the children's hospital, watch the short video below for more information about your visit