The Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare has been purpose-built on the Foresterhill campus. A collaboration between the University of Aberdeen and NHS Grampian, the centre has been supported by thousands of donations during an appeal which raised in excess of £6m - £1.5m over target. Donors to the appeal are recognised throughout the building but most noticeably on the donor panel at the entrance to the building.
Thanks to your support, This £20 million state-of-the-art centre developed in collaboration with NHS Grampian, is used by students, healthcare staff and practitioners and the general public. This centre of excellence ensures that the north-east of Scotland is right at the forefront of healthcare services and medical education driving developments in training clinical professionals.
For more information on the Suttie Centre please click here.