The 14 floor Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow (adult) building is one of the largest acute hospitals in the UK and home to major specialist services such as renal medicine, transplantation and vascular surgery, with state-of-the-art Critical Care, Theatre and Diagnostic Services.
The atrium of the hospital houses retail shops and a coffee shop. There is a large restaurant/coffee area on the first floor of the hospital with a balcony and views out onto the landscaped area in front of the hospital.
There is a physical link for patients and staff from the hospitals into the Maternity and Neurosciences Institute buildings. The hospitals will also be linked to the laboratory buildings via an underground tunnel and pneumatic tube.