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COVID-19 (Coronavirus info)

Information and guidance for public, NHSGGC staff, and community-based services.  Hospital visiting restrictions now in place.

Tell us your views

To ensure patients are at the heart of our plans for the future, each clinical working group will be supported by a Patient Reference Group made up of patients, charities and voluntary organisations.  These patient groups will contribute to the development of the recommendations for the future shape of our clinical services by providing a patient’s perspective.  You can find out more about the Patient Reference Groups by clicking through each of the Clinical Services via the link on the left.

We’re also keen to widen out our discussions further and ensure everyone has the opportunity to get involved.

There are a number of ways you can get involved or simply keep informed:

Take a few moments to answer the initial specific questions we’re asking about our clinical services.  To view the questions, browse through the clinical services using the left side menu.  There you'll find a unique email address for each service.  We’ll ensure your comments or views are fed into the relevant patient reference groups.

If you would like to send any other general comments, please email these to [email protected], or write to us at:

Corporate Headquarters
JB Russell House
Gartnavel Royal Hospital
1055 Great Western Road
Glasgow  G12 0XH

You can also get involved by joining our Involving People Network and we will send you regular updates on how plans are progressing.  Members of the Involving People Network also receive personal invitations to attend our Annual Review and receive regular copies of Health News, the public newspaper of NHSGGC.

We look forward to working with all of our stakeholders to ensure we are able to deliver the highest quality services with the resources we have to meet the population needs between 2015 and 2020.

Last Updated: 04 March 2015