Robertson Construction bites off NHS contract

Published:  10 December, 2006

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This £4 million facility in Aberdeen will help tackle the shortage of NHS dentists in the north-east of Scotland. Aberdeen Dental Institute is a joint venture between NHS Grampian and Dundee University. The state-of-the-art centre on the site of the Royal Aberdeen Sick Children’s Hospital has been refurbished and extended by Robertson Construction Eastern (RCEL). It includes a practical room with 12 phantom heads.

The refurbished Argyll Dental Practice includes four surgeries for dentists employed by NHS Grampian and a further 8-chair outreach centre. The new resource was delivered by RCEL in nine months and is expected to provide an additional 24 000 appointments for NHS patients a year.



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