Plans for a new £67 million health and care hub for the North East of Glasgow have moved a step closer.
The Scottish Government has approved the Outline Business Case for the new North East Hub Health and Care Centre which will be built on the site of the former Parkhead Hospital.
Once complete, the hub will be home to three GP practices, as well as specialist services to support children, adult community care groups, older people, mental health, addictions, criminal justice and homelessness services as well as health improvement activity – all delivered by a range of public and third sector organisations. There will also be community spaces including a café and Parkhead Library will be relocated to a new space within the hub from its current location.
The new hub will improve access to services and better integrate health and social work teams and services and the voluntary and charity sectors.
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