The Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare opened in 2009.

As a joint project between Aberdeen University and NHS Grampian, the centre is an award winning five-storey building which received a prestigious BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environment Assessment Method) award for it’s environmental considerations, such as harvesting rainwater. It houses a variety of amenities and departments providing excellent teaching and training facilities, areas for social interaction and well-equipped meeting rooms.

Each floor has dedicated functions and staff who represent individual groups that interlink around the core teaching and training functions. These include:

  • Anatomy
  • MBChB
  • NHS Grampian training
  • Clinical Skills

Facilities within the Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare include conference suites, a large café area and training rooms used for learning a variety of healthcare skills.