Scotland's £180 million ERI (Edinburgh Royal Infirmary) reopens:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Edinburgh Royal Infirmary has reopened after completing the first phase of a £180 million ($255 million) refurbishment and relocation programme. The new hospital will be completed in early 2003, with a total of 25 operating theatres and 869 beds. Seven out of the eight hospitals involved in the Scottish Executive's £500 million development programme, are already fully or partially operational.
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