If you are medically unfit to travel by public transport, you should contact the Scottish Ambulance Patient Transport Service on 03.As you will appreciate, the use of an ambulance is not intended as a substitute for public transport.Falcon Square bus stop is a 2 minute walk from Inverness train station and less than 10 minutes walk from Inverness bus station.Alternatively, there is a bus stop at Queensgate which is situated next to the Post Office and is close to the front entrance of the Train Station.Alternatively you can plan your journey online with Traveline Travelling by Bus An extensive network of bus services provides good accessibility to Raigmore Hospital from Inverness City Centre.Bus services run at approximately 15 minute intervals throughout the day; Monday – Saturday; 0800- 1830hrs.For more information in relation to the services provided by Raigmore, please see below: Medical Division The Medical Division delivers a wide range of medical specialities, including: Care of the Elderly, Diabetes, Gastroenterology, Infectious Disease, Respiratory, Renal, Stroke and Young Adult Rehabilitation, Paediatrics, Neurology, Rheumatology, Dermatology and Cardiology.The division also provides Cancer Services (Oncology & Haematology).
In addition to this, Raigmore Hospital also has a main outpatient department along with a number of specialty specific outpatient departments including the Highland Breast Centre, Macmillan Suite, Eye clinic and Ear, Nose and Throat clinic.
Raigmore currently has 452 beds and employs approximately 2809 staff.
There are four divisions within Raigmore Hospital which are: Medical, Surgical Specialities, Clinical Support and Quality and Patient Safety.
The division has a medical assessment unit, medical high dependency unit and a coronary care unit.
In addition, the division also includes the Emergency department and the Integrated Out of Hours provision of Inverness GP Services.