Charity campaigning and providing services for people with dementia and their carers and families; information on coping with dementia, treatments, research and local services.
CHAS is a Scottish charity established to provide children's hospice services in Scotland. Rachel House, Scotland's first children's hospice opened in July 1996.
Provides private medical and dental insurance for individuals, groups, and companies. Includes an overview of services, a quotation form and contact information.
Statutory body responsible for ensuring standards of Education and training for nurses, midwives and health visitors in Scotland, accountable to the Secretary of State for Scotland.
Scotland's first registered supported accommodation for people with mental health problems. Provide a range of innovative mental health projects throughout Scotland.
Information including heart disease, cancer, stroke, mental health, HIV and sexual health, oral health, accidents and safety, smoking, diet, physical activity, alcohol misuse and drug misuse.
Provides a range of care to the people of Edinburgh, Lothian and beyond over ten hospitals sites. Includes information for patients, contact details and trust news.
CRAG - the Clinical Resource and Audit Group - is the lead body within the Scottish Executive Health Department promoting clinical effectiveness in Scotland.
Index to a variety of health information accessible to Scottish citizens including resources for health professionals, the general public and users of Scottish health services.
Details of SRS activities, members, contact information and academic meetings. Includes the new home of The X-ray Files, a major UK radiology teaching site.
Provides advice and information on services available to children with special needs and their carers.
Their aim is to promote the care of cancer patients, their family and friends by providing emotional support to all.
Risk management and financial risk pooling scheme for the NHS in Scotland. It was developed in partnership with the Scottish Executive Health Department and Willis Scotland Limited as scheme managers.