To maintain the safety of patients, visitors and staff, visiting still needs to be carefully managed. In most cases, visiting can be arranged by contacting the ward directly and arranging a suitable time to visit, however, in some hospitals/wards further restrictions are in place. Current information and guidance can be found on the Patients, Hospital Appointments and Visiting page.
Services and Outpatients
Call: 0141 201 0035
Call: 0141 201 0190
Children’s Diabetes Service
Call: 0141 201 0331
Location: Ward 6B
The largest paediatric and adolescent diabetes service in the UK, NHSGGC Children’s Diabetes Service has remained in its location at Ward 6B.
- Emergency care and admissions are provided at the new Royal Hospital for Children, Govan
- Outpatient care and teaching take place at the Yorkhill site.
Call: 0141 201 6900
Location: First Floor
Outpatient and treatment services:
- Dermatology outpatients
- Dermatology treatment suite
- UVA and UVB treatments.
Call: 0141 201 0390
Anaphylaxis /Allergy only
Call: 0141 201 0105
Call: 0141 201 0036
Glasgow and Clyde Weight Management Service
Call: 0141 232 1750
Location: Ward 2, Second Floor.
Haematology and Blood Transfusion
Call: 0141 211 6946 – Wednesday 9:00am to 12:30pm
Location: Haematology Laboratory
Imaging (X-ray, Ultrasound)
Call main Hospital switchboard: 0141 414 6713
Call: 0141 232 1869
Open: Monday to Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm
Referrals to the lymphoedema service are accepted for patients who have diminished lymphatic drainage as a result of:
- Under development of lymphatic drainage system.
- Cancer and cancer treatments
- Trauma – e.g. burns
- Other medical conditions resulting in swelling of the legs.
Referral can be made through the patient’s GP or from other health care professionals involved in the patient’s care provided the GP has consented.
The first appointment will be for assessment and diagnosis. No treatment is given on this day but follow-up appointments will be arranged if treatment necessary. Treatment plan will be discussed with individual patients.
All nurses involved in patient care are trained and hold academic qualifications in specialist lymphoedema treatment.
This website is for patients, carers and healthcare professionals. There is information on lymphoedema self-care, who to contact to find about about lymphoedema care in your area and we provide links to other sources of information.
Lymphoedema is a condition where a part of the body, usually a limb, swells up because there is a problem with lymph drainage.
Maternity Care Centre
Call: 0141 201 0140 / 0141
Outpatient Maternity Service
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.
Call: 0141 201 0600
Location: Occupational Health, 6th floor
Occupational Health Nursing & Physician clinics, physiotherapy and counselling services.
Clinics are also provided on set days at the following locations:
- Glasgow Royal Infirmary
- Royal Alexandra Hospital
- Inverclyde Royal Hospital
- Vale of Leven Hospital.
Occupational Health Service (OHS) provides specialist advice to support you at work on all matters relating to your health and wellbeing.
We have a multidisciplinary team made up of Specialist Occupational Health Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Physiotherapists, Consultants and Specialist Registrars in Occupational Medicine and Administration staff along with links to a wider range of specialists.
OHS actively supports the Health Improvement Agenda with a key focus on Healthy Working Lives (HWL) and the delivery of the Staff Health Action Plan. As a key stakeholder of the Board our focus on proactive health improvement will indirectly support the Board’s aspirations for the health and wellbeing of the wider community.
We operate under a strict code of confidentiality and your records are kept separate from all other NHS records.
How to access the service
Employees can be referred to the service by their manager or can self refer for advice, support or treatment should they wish to do so. The OHS can be contacted by telephone to arrange an appointment or direct your call to the appropriate person.
Occupational Health work closely with Human Resources, Infection Control, Health and Safety and local Management to ensure appropriate measures are in place to protect your health at work.
Our range of services
Occupational Health Nurse & Physician Services
- Pre-employment health assessments
- Occupational immunisation assessment
- Advice about treatment following needlestick injury or other blood borne virus exposure.
- Health surveillance
- Workplace assessments
- Reviews of health, work fitness and rehabilitation after absence
- Health promotion in the workplace including Healthy Working Lives.
We can offer treatment and advice on:
- Musculoskeletal condition
- Workplace assessments
- Review of health, work fitness and rehabilitation after illness
- Back Care.
Qualified counsellors are available via self referral or by referral via an Occupational Health Clinician.
Call: 0141 201 0070
Outpatient, Fracture and some Osteosporosis Clinics.
Call: 0141 201 0278 or 0141 201 0279
Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 5:30pm
General Outpatient department
- General Medicine
Call: 0141 201 0059
Opening hours: All day for parent and 2.00pm – 8.00pm for all other visitors
Scottish Centre for Autism
Call: 0141 201 9232
Location: Caledonia House, WGACH
The Centre works with children and young people age 0-18 years who may have Autistic Spectrum Disorder. The team provides a specialist service in 2 parts. A National second opinion assessment and diagnostic service for children and young people, which includes a consultation only service for professionals on request, and an intensive parent-based early intervention programme for children up to the age of 4 years focussing on the core areas of social interaction, communication, imagination and flexibility. Therapy is on an individual basis and involves the child’s parents.
Professionals such as GP’s, Paediatricians, Psychologist and Psychiatrists can refer for a second opinion. Referrals will only be accepted when an initial assessment has been given in the child’s local area. Where a child has a clear diagnosis of Autism or is about to receive a diagnosis, a referral may be made specifically to consider whether the child would benefit from the early intervention programme.
Call: 0141 201 2551
Location: First Floor