NHS Lothian is responsible for meeting the health needs of circa 800,000 people living in and around Edinburgh. They employ approximately 24,000 staff and provide a comprehensive range of primary, community and acute care services for the populations of Edinburgh, Midlothian, East Lothian and West Lothian.
Across all areas of care, NHS Lothian seeks to provide specialist and general services fairly and efficiently and to the highest standards. State-of-the-art buildings and a forward-looking and innovative approach have earned NHS Lothian's hospitals recognition as centres of excellence, where clinical care, teaching and research have a national and growing international reputation.
NHS Lothian provides an extensive range of primary care services, including mental health, GP and other community-based services. Primary care services are also provided at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Liberton Hospital and the Royal Victoria Building. A wider range of acute adult, paediatric and maternity services is also available.
Find out more about NHS Lothian on their website.