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Eriskay House

Address: Stobhill Campus
133 Balornock Road
G21 3UW
Glasgow
Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Telephone: 0141 201 3000

Wards & Visiting

Wards & Visiting

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Inpatient Ward 0141 232 0600
A wide range of services for patients with drug and alcohol problems.
General Tel: 0141 232 0600
Fax: 0141 232 0615
Location
Stobhill Campus
133 Balornock Road
Glasgow
G21 3UW
Tel: 0141 201 3000

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More Information

This 15-bed inpatient ward on the Stobhill site opened in October 2004. This purpose-built ward, which replaced existing inpatient services at Parkhead and Ruchill hospitals, provides a wide range of services for patients with drug and alcohol problems from North East Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire. A partial hospitalisation service has also been developed to provide services for patients who no longer require intensive 24-hour inpatient care but are not yet ready to be discharged.

Services

Services

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Partial Hospitalisation Service Tel: 0141 232 0600
For patients who no longer require intensive 24-hour inpatient care but are not yet ready to be discharged.
Contact Tel: 0141 232 0600
Fax: 0141 232 0615
Spiritual Care and Healthcare Chaplaincy

The Healthcare Chaplain who provides the service to the new Stobhill Hospital and all units and departments on the site can be contacted on 0141 232 7428


We regard Spiritual Care as an intrinsic part of the holistic care provided to patients, and to those who care for them. To this end our Chaplaincy Service provides or facilitates spiritual and religious care for patients, clients, carers and staff.  

What do chaplains do? 

  • Chaplains take time to listen, non-judgementally and with compassion
  • respect and support everyone’s faith or doubts, beliefs or non-belief
  • are interested in each person’s story
  • provide rituals or ceremonies at significant times which help people to deal with change and loss
  • support and train NHS staff and others in understanding spiritual care and related matters

Local faith community leaders have an important role to play in ensuring that patients who belong to their community have their particular religious needs met.  A leaflet giving information and guidance for faith and belief community leaders on visiting hospitals is available here.

For general enquiries about Healthcare Chaplaincy in NHSGGC you may contact the Head of Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care tel: 0141 452 3220 or email us at [email protected]   

If you are contacting the Chaplaincy Service about a patient in one of our hospitals, please ensure, if possible, that the patient is aware of this and has agreed to it. 

An NHS Healthcare Chaplain is always on-call and ward staff can arrange for them to be paged.  A Roman Catholic Priest is also available at all times.