The Alexander Graham Bell Centre for Digital health is located in the Moray College UHI campus in central Elgin, and offers a number of facilities for a range of organisations working in related fields of work and study

These include top of the range conference facilities capable of hosting up to 190 delegates at any one time. Bespoke event packages can be developed on request.

Since its official opening in June 2014 the centre has hosted a number of high profile conferences including the UHI Research Conference, Moray Tourism Summit, and a number of inaugural lectures by professors working with UHI and NHS.

The centre lends itself to large and small conferences and events, and is the location for the Moray Game Jam which has now run for 2 years.

The Game Jam is part of the Global Game Jam phenomena and the Alexander Graham Bell Centre is proud to have hosted the first ever event of its kind for the Highlands and Islands attracting delegates from as far afield as North of England.

The centre is easily accessible for delegates travelling from outwith the area only
2 minutes walk from Elgin Train Station and 10 minutes from Elgin Bus Station. Delegates can also take advantage of negotiated special deals with local hoteliers when staying overnight.

The centre also offers facilities for a range of specialist organisations. Staff from NHS Grampian, one of the main funding partners, can access top quality facilities for staff training which includes a mock ward, resuscitation room and minor surgery rooms.

Moray College UHI students studying in related fields learn within an environment which fosters collaboration and partnership working between health, research and development and commercial activity. Also located in the centre is the UHI Chair for Digital Health further fostering and developing research opportunities.

For companies working in the field of digital health, looking to start up and/or expand there are 5 commercial offices space for lease to small and medium sized enterprises within the digital health sectors. Lease terms are flexible depending on individual requirements and separate packages can be negotiated.

The project is funded by a partnership of Moray College UHI, Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), NHS Grampian, and the European Regional Development Fund.

Funding for the Alexander Graham Bell Centre includes:

n   Moray College; £1.4M

n   NHS Grampian; £1M

n   HIE; £1.5M

n   EU Funding; £2.6M

For more information about the Centre and to discuss your individual requirements please contact:

Hilda Puskas on (01343) 576475e mail: hilda.puskas.moray@uhi.ac.uk