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Public consultation events - January 2017

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde are proposing to transfer paediatric inpatient and day case services from the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley to the new Royal Hospital for Children in Govan.

We are consulting on this proposal until Monday 6 February 2017.

One of the ways people could find out more about what is being proposed and why, and tell us what you think about it, was by attending one of our public consultation events.

The events were on

  • Monday 9 January 12:30pm - 2:30pm at the Tontine Hotel, 6 Ardgowan Square, Greenock PA16 8NG. Please click here to view the information presented at this event.
  • Wednesday 11 January 6pm - 8pm at the Tontine Hotel, 6 Ardgowan Square, Greenock PA16 8NG. Please click here to view the information presented at this event.
  • Tuesday 17 January 6pm - 8pm at the Wynd Centre, 6 School Wynd, Paisley PA1 2DB. Please click here to view the information presented at this event.
  • Friday 20 January from 10am - 12pm at the Wynd Centre, 6 School Wynd, Paisley PA1 2DB. Please click here to view the information presented at this event.

Those who wished to attend were asked to email [email protected] or freephone 0300 123 9987 to tell us which date, time and location they would like to come to.

People were also asked to let us know when they registered if they required any support to attend, including:

  • support with child care costs, or to register to use a crèche at the event 
  • reimbursement of car parking or public transport costs - a receipt would have been needed for this (car parking next to the Wynd Centre could be up to £1.80)
  • interpreting support.

Getting there

More information about making your way to the venues could have been found using Traveline: http://www.travelinescotland.com/

Please click here to see what the Tontine Hotel looks like, and here for directions

Please click here to see what the Wynd Centre looks like, and here for a map illustrating where it is located