Spire Edinburgh Hospitals continue healthcare partnership with Scottish Rugby

18 December 2019

Spire Edinburgh Hospitals are delighted to announce their continued partnership with Scottish Rugby.

The partnership began in 2008 and will extend to at least 2022. As the official healthcare partner for the Scotland and Edinburgh rugby teams, Spire Edinburgh Hospitals provide the country’s best rugby players with outpatient consultations, imaging, and surgical treatments.

Scotland Rugby's Chief Medical Officer and Scotland Team Doctor James Robson MBE said, "Player welfare is a top priority and Spire Edinburgh Hospitals provide Scottish Rugby, and its associated teams, with first-class diagnosis and an excellent standard of clinical care.

“We're delighted to continue working with Spire. The level of care we receive from the hospitals will ensure these teams are always in the safest hands.”

Hospital director of Spire Edinburgh Hospitals, Ken Hay, added: “It’s a privilege to provide healthcare to Scotland’s best rugby players.

“The healthcare we provide for Scottish Rugby is exactly the same as that which is offered to all of our patients – exceptional surgeons, excellent care and pioneering technology. Spire Edinburgh Hospitals now offer rapid access to high quality scanning at both Murrayfield and Shawfair Park Hospital to help meet the needs of both Scottish Rugby and the Scottish public in general.”

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