|Swansea Bay University Health Board|
|Location||Singleton Park, Swansea, Wales|
|Care system||NHS Wales|
|Affiliated university||Swansea University|
|Lists||Hospitals in Wales|
The first stage of the hospital, which included outpatients' facilities, was completed in 1957. Work recommenced in 1963 and the second stage, which allowed the closure of the aging Swansea Hospital in St Helens Road, was completed in 1968.
The hospital adjoins the Singleton Park Campus of Swansea University where there is a nursing school and a school of medicine. The Maggie's Cancer Care Centre for South West Wales, which was designed by the Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa, is located in the grounds of Singleton Hospital. There is also a GP-led Minor Injuries Unit. The hospital benefits from its own Hospital Radio Station, Radio City 1386AM which has been part of the hospital.
|Terminus||Singleton Hospital||Swansea University|
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