The Clinical Immunology Service provides assessment of patients with suspected immunodeficiency diseases and further management of primary immunodeficiency patients.
CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 - 27th November 2020 Update
Clinical Immunology Outpatient & Day Ward appointment information: please see here (updated 25th November 2020)
Primary Immunodeficiency UK (www.piduk.org) provides up to date COVID-19 advice for individuals with primary and secondary immune deficiencies, including information about new and developing vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19
Hereditary Angioedema UK (www.haeuk.org) provides up to date advice for patients with Hereditary Angioedema / C1 inhibitor deficiency
Advice on assessing a worker's vulnerability to COVID-19 for healthcare professionals is available from the Association of Local Authority Medical Advisors (ALAMA)
Shielding updates are available on the NHS inform website.
Updating your shielding status - if you think your name should be added or removed from the shielding list, please contact your specialist or GP.
For the most up to date advice for the public, NHS GGC staff and GPs please see the NHS GGC Coronavirus Information Hub
Consultant Clinical Immunologist - Dr Moira Thomas
Clinical Nurse Specialists - Mary Brownlie, Hazel Millar
Clinical Immunology secretary - Yvonne Brown
Telephone - 0141 232 7693
Location of the clinical activities:
1. Office and laboratory base - Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, 1st Floor Laboratories and Facilities Management Building, Govan Road, G51 4TF, Glasgow
2. Immunology Clinic (Tuesday AM)- Clinic C, West Glasgow Ambulatory Care Hospital, Dalnair Street, G3 8SJ, Glasgow
3. Immunology day case activities (Wednesday AM)- ward 7A, Gartnavel General Hospital, 1053 Great Western Road, G12 0YN, Glasgow
4. Joint paediatric immunology clinic - Royal Hospital for Children, Govan Road, G51 4TF, Glasgow