Every inpatient ward will have access to an iPad so patients can keep in touch with friends and family, if they don’t have a phone or tablet of their own. For more information please access our Person Centred Virtual Visiting service.
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Ward 1C cares for patients admitted for eye surgery.
Combined Breast/Urology/General Surgery
We are Outpatients for the Older Person.
Opening hours are: 08:30 - 17:00 pm
Outpatient clinics from: 09:00 - 12:00 pm & 13:00-16:00 pm
Patients may require further investigations as part of their timed appointment at our Day Hospital Clinics.
These may include some observations or tests before or after your clinic consultation, such as:
Further investigations, such as X-Rays, may carried out within Gartnavel General Hospital if required.
Sometimes other investigations will be requested as a result of your clinic consultation and an appointment will be sent from that department for when and where you should attend for this.
Ward at The Brownlee Centre
Opened in February 2008 the Beatson provides all the radiotherapy, and much of the chemotherapy, for patients with cancer in the west of Scotland. We offer our service and care to 60% of Scotland’s population – 2.8 million people.
Situated in the west of the city, a broad range of medical and surgical sub-specialties are provided, supported by an inpatient operating department.
The breadth and complexity of services at Gartnavel has expanded considerably over the years, with the development of the Brownlee Centre for communicable diseases, the NHS Centre for Integrative Care, the Ophthalmology department, West of Scotland Cancer Centre (the Tom Wheldon Building) and of course the Beatson.
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The Gartnavel Department works closely with the other four Audiology Departments in Glasgow, as well as the paediatric service.
Repairs/servicing/tubing change by appointment only
Battery collection from Gartnavel General Hospital - 9.00am-12.30pm & 1.00pm-4.00pm Monday - Friday
Collection points for replacement batteries. (Please take your yellow battery book with you)
Postal Service available for Batteries
(you are required to pay postage to the hospital but not for the return)
North Glasgow Biochemistry - The department comprises laboratory sites at:
Gartnavel General Hospital - The laboratory is located in the Laboratory Block on Shelley Road and operates Mon-Fri between 8.45am and 9pm. NB. Samples are only accepted into the GGH lab until 7.30pm. After this time, samples are directed to the porters' box and transported to GRI for analysis.
Glasgow Royal Infirmary - The laboratory is located in the Macewen Building on Alexandra Parade (adjacent to A&E). It provides routine service Mon-Fri between 9am and 5pm and on Saturday between 9am and 12pm. An emergency service operates at all times.
New Stobhill Hospital - A small satellite laboratory is located on Level 1 and operates Mon-Fri between 9am and 5pm.
Enquiries (9am to 5pm) - There is a central reporting office located at GRI which covers the three North Glasgow laboratory sites.
Duty Biochemist/General Enquiries - 0141 211 4003 (x.24003)
Enquiries (out of hours) - Contact the on-call biochemist via switchboard - 0141 211 4000
Emergency Laboratories (24/7) - Glasgow Royal Infirmary - 0141 211 4487 (x.24487)
General Practitioner (Family Doctor) Services.
When your GP surgery is closed call NHS 24 free on 111 if you are ill and it can't wait until your regular NHS service reopens.General Tel: 111
Postal Address: Department of Haematology or Haemato-Oncology, Gartnavel General Hospital, Paul O’Gorman Building, 21 Shelley Road, Glasgow, G12 0XB
All Laboratory Enquiries: 0141 301 7721
Haemo-Oncology Enquiries: ext: 0141 301 7707
Clinical Advice can be obtained during normal office hours, by contacting the Duty Consultant Haematologist, via switchboard? 0141 211 3000
Routine Service 09:00 to 20:00 Monday to Friday
This service is based in Ward B7 of the Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre
The H&I laboratory is located on Level 1 of the Laboratory Medicine Building at Gartnavel General Hospital (GGH).
Laboratory Enquiries: Telephone: 0141 301 7755 / Email: [email protected]
Normal working hours - Monday - Friday 8.00 – 16.30
24 hour transplant on-call service
The department provides a service to West Glasgow outpatients and inpatients admitted to the various wards located throughout the Gartnavel General and Gartnavel Royal campus as well as the Beatson Oncology Centre. Both imaging and non-imaging investigations are performed e.g. Bone Scans, Renogram Scans, Brain Scans, Octreotide Scans, Gastric Emptying Scans, Glomelular Filtration Studies & Carbon-14 breath tests (non-imaging).
The nuclear medicine department also runs the radionuclide therapy service in collaboration with the Beatson Oncology Centre. These include outpatient therapies such as Radium-223, Phosphorus-32 and Iodine-131 treatment for benign thyroid disease. Other radionuclide therapies supported by nuclear medicine which often require a stay in hospital include Iodine-131 thyroid ablation & mIBG, Yttrium-90 SIRT & Zevalin, Lutetium-177 Lutathera & Betalutin
Nuclear medicine is a medical specialty involving the application of radioactive substances in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.Opening hours:
9.00am – 5.00pm Monday – Friday
ChildrenChildren with eye problems should attend their GP during working hours or contact NHS 24 if the GP surgery is closed.
Eye emergencies or injuries should attend their local A&E department or the Royal Hospital for Sick Children (Yorkhill).
Ophthalmology General Tel: 0141 211 1033
Web : http://www.nhsggc.org.uk/tennentinstitute
Our Orthotics Service provides assessment of the whole body for biomechanical problems. If appropriate we may prescribe, measure, fit and review an Orthosis. This is a body worn device which may also be called a ‘brace’ or ‘splint’.
Contact Tel: 0141 347 8909
The Healthcare Chaplain for Gartnavel General can be contacted on 0141 211 3026.
The Chaplaincy Centre is on the Ground Floor, near the main entrance. The Chapel is open at all times and is available to patients, vistors and staff as a place of quiet reflection and prayer. Prayer mats and books of the major faiths are available alongside other resources. The Chaplain’s office is next to the Chapel.
The Chaplaincy Service delivers spiritual and religious care to all people. Spiritual care addresses the fundamental human need to have a sense of peace, security and hope particularly in the context of injury, illness or loss. Healthcare Chaplains do this by being attentive to the patient’s story, looking for sources of strength and resilience, valuing the person and what is most important to them. Religious care can be a crucial aspect of this. Healthcare Chaplains work with other NHS staff to ensure that these needs are met and, where appropriate, in partnership with local faith and belief groups.
Please visit our web page for more information on the Spiritual Care and Healthcare Chaplaincy Service.
An NHS Healthcare Chaplain is always on-call and ward staff can arrange for them to be paged. A Roman Catholic Priest is also available at all times.Contact Tel: 0141 211 3026
This is an appointment-only service. Please see web page for full details of services provided.