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First Look at New Greenock Health Centre

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Residents can get their first look at plans for a new health and social care centre in Greenock.

Information sessions have been set up in early November where residents, service users, patients and staff can see the plans.

They’ll also be able to find out more about what services will be in the new centre which is set to be located on the former Wellington Academy site in the town.

The centre is planned to open in 2020 replacing the current, ageing Greenock Health Centre in Duncan Street.

Inverclyde’s Health and Social Care Convener, Councillor Robert Moran, said: “The new health and care centre is about to go through its formal planning application process.  These three information sessions in November are an ideal opportunity to see the plans, ask any questions about the new building and find out about the services available.

 “The new centre will aim to provide a new modern health and social care premises and will expand the range of services available from the current health centre.

“I would encourage residents, patients, staff and representatives of local health and care sector groups to come along and find out more about the new Greenock Health and Care Centre.”

The information sessions are being held in the nearby Inverclyde Association Mental Health (IAMH) centre in Mearns Street, Greenock. The sessions take place on 8 November (10am – noon); 9 November (6-8pm) and on Friday 10 November (noon – 2pm).

The new centre is expected to accommodate the following services:

  • four GP practices,
  • Community Hub Facilities
  • Cafe
  • Community dental,
  • Pharmacy
  • Podiatry,
  • Physiotherapy,
  • Sexual health clinic,
  • Treatment rooms,
  • District nursing
  • Health Visiting,
  • School nursing. 
  • Home care teams,
  • Child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS)
  • Speech and language therapy.
  • Out–patient clinics
  • Outreach acute clinics,


For further media information contact George Barber, Corporate Communications, Inverclyde Council 

Phone (office) - 01475 712385
Phone (mobile) - 07766 686035
e-mail -
[email protected]


Pic:  Artist impressions of the main foyer of the new Greenock Health Centre

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Last Updated: 24 October 2017