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Antenatal Clinic

We have a telephone number for women to make an appointment with a midwife as soon as they know they are pregnant.

The number to call is 0141 347 8422.

We urge all mums-to-be, even those with children already, to book into your local maternity services by week 12 of your pregnancy.

Anti-Coagulant

More information coming soon.

Anxiety Clinic

More information coming soon.

Baby Clinic / Child Health

More information coming soon.

Diabetes Clinic
District Nursing

More information coming soon.

Elderly Clinic

Call:

  • General Telephone: 0141 232 8213
  • Fax: 0141 232 8223

GP Rapid Response, early supported discharge, domiciliary physiotherapy, community older people’s team and community physical disability team

The Rehabilitation Service in place across NHSGGC brings together:

  • Supported Discharge (DART, IRIS, MATCH)
  • Community Physical Disability Teams
  • Community Older People’s Teams

Contact details/ telephone numbers for each area:

Glasgow City

North East Sector: 0141 201 5950
North West Sector: 0141 201 7205
South Sector: 0141 232 7174

Acute staff needing to access community rehabilitation services should contact the sector in which their hospital sits.

East Dunbartonshire

East Dunbartonshire have a locally based Community Rehabilitation Team. This service will include GPRR, early supported discharge, domiciliary physiotherapy, community older people’s team and community physical disability team.

The service can be accessed through a Single Point of Access

  • Telephone: 0141 232 8213
  • Fax: 0141 232 8228

West Dunbartonshire

Community rehabilitation services to be accessed via:

  • COPT telephone: 01389 811760
  • CART telephone: 01389 817337

Inverclyde

We operate a single point of access for referrals to all community rehabilitation services including the community rehabilitation team and Inverclyde Physical Disability Rehabilitation Team (PDRS). For further information or to make a referral please call 01475 714350.

Renfrewshire

We operate a Single Point of Access in Renfrewshire and all referrals previously made to Older Adults Community Mental Health Team (OACMHT), Multi Agency for Care at Home Team (M.A.T.C.H), Specialist Nursing Service, Domiciliary Physiotherapy, Adult Speech and Language and Community Physical Disability Service are made through this number 0141 207 7878.

East Renfrewshire

We operate a Single Point of Access in East Renfrewshire. All referrals previously made to the Community Older Person’s Team based in Clarkston or to Levern Valley Older People’s Team based in Barrhead should now be made using the contact details below.

Telephone: 0141 577 3777

Email: Eastwood1.referral@ggc.scot.nhs.uk

First Time Mums

We have a telephone number for women to make an appointment with a midwife as soon as they know they are pregnant.

The number is 0141 347 8422.

We urge all mums-to-be, even those with children already, to book into your local maternity services by week 12 of your pregnancy.

Health Visiting

More Information coming soon.

Hearing Aid Battery Replacement Service
Mental Health Services

More Information coming soon.

Physiotherapy

More Information coming soon.

Podiatry

Call: 0141 347 8909

To self refer and make an appointment call our Podiatry Appointment Hotline on 0141 347 8909 (Mon – Friday 8am – 8pm, Saturday 9am – 1pm) or email AHP.Appointments@ggc.scot.nhs.uk

Smoking Cessation

Call: 0141 347 8909

Smokefree Services are responsible for a wide range of tobacco projects aimed at reducing the damage from tobacco to people in and around Greater Glasgow and Clyde.

Speech and Language Therapy
SPHERE Bladder and Bowel Services

Call: 0141 531 6302

Email: NHSGGC.SphereBBService@ggc.scot.nhs.uk

Contact Name: Mireille Hay

The SPHERE Bladder and Bowel Service provides a professional, caring, confidential and supportive approach to people with bladder or/and bowel symptoms. The aim of the team is to promote continence by empowering the individual to self manage their symptoms by teaching behavioural and lifestyle changes that can promote bladder and bowel health. To support the individual, the service has two specially trained teams across the city.

These teams include specialist nurses and physiotherapists who can advise and support the individual on improving their bladder or/and bowel symptoms or prevent any deterioration by facilitating and providing rehabilitative treatments.

Weight Management Services

More Information coming soon.

Welfare Rights

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