HBSA Hospital Radio
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Hospital Broadcasting Services Ayrshire was established in 1979 and broadcasts to Crosshouse Hospital, for a total of 94 hours each week.
About HBSA Hospital Radio
The station is a volunteer run registered charity, committed to providing entertainment 24 hours per day for the patients and staff of Crosshouse Hospital, Kilmarnock. The service is also available to the wider community via our online service and helps to keep a link between patients, staff and the general public.
The station provides as much live output as possible between 8am and 10pm each day. Night time and empty daytime slots are covered by specialled prepared pre-recorded material, meaning that there is always something to listen to. HBSA is available free of charge to all patients on channel No 1 (Radio) of the Hospedia bedside terminals.
Broadcasting from two custom-built studios within Crosshouse Hospital, the station has a friendly atmosphere and aims to provide a unique broadcasting service and an excellent experience for our volunteers
The station has a long history in Ayrshire, with many presenters moving onto to various careers in radio or media industry.