Plot: Episode two follows the closure of the Western Infirmary and Scotland’s largest Children’s hospital, known locally as Yorkhill. Yorkhill recently celebrated its 100-year anniversary and many of the families it has served have come back to say goodbye. The transfer of patients to the new Royal Hospital for Children involves moving some of the hospital’s sickest children, including four-month-old Barbara, who has a hole in her heart. She needs to be carefully monitored by a team of anaesthetists during her three-mile ambulance journey. On the Schiehallion cancer ward, staff prepare to close the doors for good, and look forward to the better facilities in the new hospital. Although the new children’s hospital has been built alongside the adult’s, its design is unique. The outpatients waiting area is like a giant playground and many children may not even be aware that they’re waiting for an appointment. Paediatric A&E consultant Jo Stirling summed up her new home: ‘I think it’s fantastic, compared to the old one, which we loved – but more like you would love a slightly doddering old relative who is maybe not at their best’.
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