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Surgeons' Hall Museums
Surgeons' Hall Museums

Visit the Surgeons' Hall Museums comprising of the Wohl Pathology Museum, The History of Surgery Museum and the Dental Collection.

RCSEd Library & Special Collections
RCSEd Library & Special Collections

Our Library has Wi-Fi, PCs, scanners, printers, current journals and texts - and a wealth of rare and fascinating historical stock, dating from the 15th century to the present.

Ten Hill Place Hotel
Ten Hill Place Hotel

Ten Hill Place Hotel is one of Edinburgh’s premier city centre hotels. From airy public places to each of our 77 smart bedrooms, the mood of Ten Hill Place Hotel is one of quiet sophistication.

Commercial Events
Commercial Events

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh Commercial Enterprises promotes, sells and manages all commercial activities held within the College Campus.

RCSEd News
  • Royal Colleges Seek Clarity over Prime Minister’s NHS Funding Plan

    17 May 2018

    Three of Scotland’s leading Medical Royal Colleges have written to the Prime Minister calling for more detail on the future funding settlement for the NHS. The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow penned a joint letter to Theresa May after her March announcement that the UK Government will come forward with a long-term plan for a multi-year funding settlement for the NHS.

  • RCSEd Finalists at BMJ Awards

    11 May 2018

    On Thursday 10 May 2018, members of the RCSEd Anti-Bullying Steering Group attended the tenth BMJ Awards Final in London to pitch the College’s #LetsRemoveIt campaign in the category of Clinical Leadership Team.

  • Colleges Write to Sajid Javid on Restricted Certificates of Sponsorship, Tier 2

    8 May 2018

    The College, along with other organisations which represent both employers and the medical profession within the health sector, has written to newly appointed Home Secretary Sajid Javid asking to retain the current cap on restricted certificates of sponsorship for the short term but to exclude applications for shortage occupation roles from the allocation process.

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