What do we do?
The Podiatry Service provides triage, screening, assessment, diagnosis, treatment and foot health education to patients with a lower limb condition . The service is a needs-led and person-centred to support and enable self-care where possible.
What types of appointments do we offer?
Podiatry patient consultations are now being delivered in a range of ways to help meet the needs of all patient groups including online, telephone, video and face to face. Podiatry patients are be asked for more information at their first telephone call to help them navigate to the most appropriate service or professional. Click here for more information on what to expect at your first appointment.
Where can I get help?
During the pandemic many of our podiatry clinic sites were used for other purposes. There are currently some restrictions to our clinical accommodation and there may not be access to all of our sites. We will offer a range of alternative locations while we work to increase access to podiatry clinical sites. Please see the following list of locations available:
Clyde (all sites open but reduced capacity)
- Gourock Health Centre
- Greenock Health & Care Centre
- Port Glasgow Health Centre
- Ferguslie Clinic
- Johnstone Health Centre
- New Sneddon Street Clinic
- Renfrew Health Centre
East (all sites open but reduced capacity)
- Stobhill ACH
South (all sites open but reduced capacity)
- Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
- New Victoria Hospital
West Quadrant (all sites open but reduced capacity)
- Community Centre for health
- Clydebank Health Centre
- Dumbarton Health Centre
- Vale Centre for Health and Care