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Hearing Aid Battery Replacement Service


  • Contact Telephone: 0141 347 8909
  • General Telephone: 0141 887 7771

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

Sexual Health (Sandyford)

Call: 0141 211 8130

Family Planning, Sexual and Reproductive Health Services

Please check our website for information about our opening times and services offered in our local hubs and satellites.

Telephone 0141 211 8130 for all clinics.

Anyone needing sexual health services can ring for an appointment to 0141 211 8130 – between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday – Friday.

Outside these times please call NHS 24 on 111 for urgent care.

Everyone who calls will speak to a qualified sexual health nurse who will ascertain what service is required. Anyone requiring urgent care will be seen the same day or next day and patients with non-urgent conditions will be booked an appointment in a scheduled service.

You may continue to walk in without an appointment and will still be able to speak to an experienced sexual health nurse and offered an appointment with the appropriate service. However, we urge everyone who can to use the telephone number.

Young People’s dedicated clinic times in the afternoon – young people under 17 years of age can still drop in without an appointment.

SPHERE Bladder and Bowel Service

Call: 01475 701058

Contact Name: AnneMarie Johnstone

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.