Spire Healthcare renews healthcare partnership with Scottish Rugby
Scottish Rugby is delighted to renew the long-standing partnership with Spire Healthcare for a further three years.
The partnership began in 2008 and has been extended until 2025. As the official healthcare partner for the Scotland Men, Scotland Women, Scotland U20s, Edinburgh Rugby, FOSROC Super6 & FOSROC Academies, Spire Healthcare – through our Edinburgh Hospitals – will continue to provide the country’s top rugby players with outpatient consultations, imaging, and surgical treatments.
Spire Healthcare continues to undertake a multi-million pound investment programme at Spire Edinburgh Hospitals. The development across Spire Murrayfield and Shawfair Park Hospitals is creating additional theatre, outpatient and imaging capacity, which will help meet the increasing demand for healthcare services in Central Scotland.
Scottish Rugby’s Chief Medical Officer and Scotland Team Doctor James Robson MBE said, “We are delighted to continue working with Spire Healthcare. The level of care that our players receive from Spire is always fantastic and with the recent investment that has gone into the Hospitals, it ensures that our players are always receiving first-class treatment.
“Player welfare is a top priority at Scottish Rugby and I am looking forward to continuing to work with the team at Spire Healthcare.”
Acting Hospital Hub Director of Spire Edinburgh Hospitals, Alison Green, added: “Renewing this partnership with Scottish Rugby allows us to provide exceptionally high standards of care to Scotland’s elite rugby players. This is yet again a huge privilege for us and demonstrates the confidence shown in our facilities, the experience of our colleagues and reputation for delivering excellent healthcare.
“Through the recent upgrades at Spire Murrayfield and Shawfair Park Hospitals, our exceptional surgeons and wider healthcare teams are ready to help players manage their injuries and return to form as quickly as possible.”
Dr James Robson alongside Andy Christie (L) and Hamish Watson.