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At the next roundabout take the first exit and proceed past the Botanic Gardens to the top of the hill.
Turn right onto Perth Road and the hospital is situated approximately 12 mile on the left hand side.
Glasgow City Council leader Councillor Susan Aitken added: "The new social security agency will benefit the whole of Scotland, but it's great news it will have such a direct benefit to the people of Glasgow, and I want to congratulate Dundee on hosting the headquarters." Labour MSP Jenny Marra, who had lobbied for Dundee to be chosen, said: "Our campaign to bring the new social security agency to Dundee has paid off today with 700 desperately needed jobs in Dundee.
"After 10 years in office the SNP has finally made good on Shona Robison's pledge to build on Labour's transfer of jobs to Dundee.
A wide range of surgical procedures are carried out from routine investigations to complex surgery including major joint replacements.
Over 100 consultants have admission rights and they receive support from a team of resident medical officers.
The hospital has 15 beds with all rooms offering the privacy and comfort of en-suite facilities, telephone, TV and free wifi.Serving the people of Tayside, Angus, Perthshire and Fife, the hospital is easily accessible and parking is available at the front and rear of the building.The building has been a health care establishment for over 75 years and is now part of BMI Healthcare, the largest independent healthcare provider in the UK with nearly 60 hospitals nationwide.We may then apply our discretion under the user terms to amend or delete comments.WARNING - Article contains imagery some readers may find disturbing A Facebook user from Dundee has caused outrage after attempting to sell a rug she claims to have had made out of her dead dog - because her new dog “keeps trying to hump it.” The young woman posted an advert on the social media site’s Marketplace section with an image of the bizarre and disturbing item, asking for £100. I’d be straight out the door and calling all kinds of authorities.” Other comments included “awful,” “I’ve no words,” and “I feel sick.” In just two days, the post has gathered almost 20,000 likes, almost 8,000 retweets, and hundreds more reactions in comments as users hit out at the sick ad.
The complete post - entitled “dog rug (snoopy)” - read: “had our dog turned into a rug when he died. The post appears to have been deleted from Facebook Marketplace.