RossHall hospital is Scotland’s largest Private Hospital. The centre boasts state of the art facilities, with the latest imaging techniques. Situated in Hillington, it provides easy access for car and train.
Ross Hall hospital combines the old and new in one integrated site. The original baronial style Ross Hall house was built by James Cowan who occupied it from 1877 until his death in 1907 aged 77 years. It was subsequently sold to Glasgow and West of Scotland Commercial College in 1944 and the Scottish Hotel School was based at Ross Hall from 1948 to 1981. Glasgow Independant Hospital purchased Ross Hall form the University in 1981 and work began on a modern 100 bed extension.
Ross Hall opened as Scotland’s largest hospital in November 1983 and subsequent investment has developed Ross Hall hospital into a modern hospital with 4 operating theatres, a dedicated endoscopy suite and state of the art imaging facility, a fully equipped intensive unit and extensive inpatient facilities. The original baronial Ross Hall building is still used for consulting rooms and offices and visitors use magnificent Victorian period staircases with original wood panelling overseen by stunning stain glass windows.