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For more information about parking arrangements at this site, visit our Parking microsite.Find out if you can use the free Evening Visitor's bus service
The Victoria Infirmary is a teaching hospital with an acute operational bed complement of approximately 370. The hospital is situated in the south-east of Glasgow providing a range of high quality health care services including Accident and Emergency, General Medicine (including sub-specialties), General Surgery (including sub-specialties), Medicine for the Elderly (including Assessment, Rehabilitation, and Day Services), and Orthopaedics.
Clinical Services - please click on links below for more details of each service
The range of services provided by the Department of Medicine includes the sub-specialties of Cardiology, Rheumatology, Haematology, Respiratory Medicine, Gastro-Enterology, Diabetes and Endocrinology. The General Surgical Services include an eight bed High Dependency Unit and sub-specialties including Vascular, Breast Care and Colorectal.
The above services are supported by other consultant-based services which incorporate diagnostic and clinical components including Anaesthetics, Laboratory Medicine, and Radiology. There is also available a wide range of therapeutic services which include Clinical Psychology, Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Speech and Language Therapy.
Facilities for Education and Personal Development include the Postgraduate Education Centre, the James Bridie Library, the Ebenezer Duncan Lecture Theatre and Seminar Rooms with a reception area. The Lecture Theatre has comprehensive audio-visual facilities. There is a Postgraduate Tutor, Postgraduate Secretary and Librarian on site.
Please visit our New Victoria Hospital microsite where a wide variety of outpatient clinics and services are now based.
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If you think that a life is at risk you should call 999 right away.
IF you live in the catchment area for the New Victoria Hospital, you can attend your local Minor Injury Unit (MIU) to get urgent care for a minor injury including sprains, burns and simple fractures. MIUs are run by highly experienced Emergency Nurse Practitioners who will assess and either treat a minor injury or, if they find a more serious problem, arrange for you to be transferred elsewhere.
Children with serious illnesses and injuries who are less than one year of age should be taken to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Yorkhill, Glasgow. Children from one year on should either go to your local A&E department or to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children.
The Quiet Room is a comfortable room, with a small kitchen with facilities for tea and coffee. It is available at all times for patients, relatives, visitors and staff who need or wish to spend some time in peace and quiet. Access to the quiet room is gained either through the chaplain or from the Nurse in Charge.
The quiet room is a place of peace and quiet, to reflect and rest. It can be used for prayer by people of all faiths or private thought for those with no faith.
There are religious and devotional resources and literature, in a sideboard, for use as appropriate.
Tel: 0141 201 5164