The Spring and Summer see the biggest relocation of NHS services ever undertaken in Scotland as four of the city's older hospitals close and staff and patients move to one of Europe’s biggest new hospitals.
One of Europe’s biggest new hospitals which will revolutionise healthcare in Greater Glasgow opened its doors to the first patients in April. The stunning world-class new hospital is now ready to service the people of Glasgow and beyond and surgical and orthopaedic patients attend their first outpatient appointments. The new adult acute hospital will see patients and staff move in a phased timetable with the majority of adult acute services being in place at the new hospital by the end of May. The new Royal Hospital for Children will see staff and patients move in June but already the impressive new building welcomed the first outpatients.
An innovative new £10 million Health and Care Centre was officially opened by the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing, Shona Robison. The new modern, state-of-the-art Possilpark Health and Care Centre provides a base for a range of services including: four GP Practices, general dental practitioner services, physiotherapy, podiatry, community dental services, community consulting rooms, district nursing, health visitors, social work, addiction services and health improvement teams offering a range of services from smoking cessation support to information on health screening.
The Cabinet Secretary for Health & Wellbeing, Shona Robison, today performed the topping out ceremony of the new £12.4 million Health and Social Care Centre in Maryhill.
Work began on the state-of-the-art facility in December 2014 and is planned to be completed by spring 2016.
An award winning new £2.7 million Health and Care Centre has been officially opened by the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport, Shona Robison.
The new Shields Health and Care Centre is a modern, purpose built facility for the people of East Pollokshields.
The innovative new centre offers local people the ability to see a wide range of community services all under the one roof – and also includes a self-sustaining community garden which is managed by a third sector organisation, Urban Roots.