Tassie remarked that the different headgear of one of the nurses in the bigger photo might mean she was the matron,, but I think it's more likely she was a nursing sister - a cut above your ordinary nurse, but not as exalted as the matron. The matrons I remember usually wore caps similar to the nurses, but with additions of lace embroidery but that was in Stobhlll Hospital round about 1957.
I was a patient in Knightswood Hospital in 1966 - yes, that infamous year which we are never allowed to forget.
As I remember, the wards were single level, bungalow type constructions.
At the time I was a patient, there was an old soldier there who had fought in the Boxer Rebellion in China at the the end of the 19th century. Donald would have been in his 80's then, and I used to sit spellbound by his stories. Living history.