The Deputy First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon MSP marked the opening of Quarriers’ £6.4 million world-class epilepsy centre in Glasgow.

Ms Sturgeon was joined by Kelsey Durham, 20, who was diagnosed by Quarriers four years ago as having three strains of epilepsy. She has gone on to raise thousands for the charity’s epilepsy services including for a video monitoring system installed in the former centre.

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Read more: Deputy First Minister opens £6.4m world-leading William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre

On 12 February 2013, the Scottish Epilepsy Centre had an unannounced inspection from HIS Inspectors. The service received a 'very good' rating in all areas.

Read the full report here.

Here are some up to date pictures of the new SEC building.

We are looking forward to the official opening of the building on the 12th April 2013.


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Scotland is now home to a world-leading centre for the assessment and diagnosis of epilepsy after Quarriers received the keys to the new specialist independent hospital in Glasgow on Friday 8 February 2013.

The £6.4 million William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre has taken just 12 months to build and is the only one of its kind in Scotland, complete with state-of-the-art equipment offering assessment and diagnosis for people with complex epilepsy and diagnosis where the condition is uncertain.

Keys to The William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre

Read more: Quarriers collects keys to world-leading epilepsy centre

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