In-patient mental health services are delivered at a range of hospital sites across NHSGGC.
Dykebar Hospital is currently the main in-patient facility for treatment for mental health within Renfrewshire.
Gartnavel Royal Hospital (GRH) is a centre for in-patient mental health care, with wards for adult acute in-patients, elderly in-patients and an intensive psychiatric care unit housed in a new purpose-built hospital, opened in 2008.
Inverclyde Royal Hospital (IRH) Langhill Clinic Acute Assessment Unit (AAU) provides Acute Inpatient services in a 20 bedded unit and adult mental health day services. Langhill Clinic IPCU provides Intensive Psychiatric Care in an 8 bedded unit. Ward 4 Larkfield Unit provides elderly acute in patient services (Functional & Organic) in 2 x 10 bedded wards. The Argyll Unit is an elderly day assessment facility.
Dumbarton Joint Hospital Glenarn Ward is an in-patient service for older people with Dementia.
Leverndale Hospital has facilities for acute adult mental health care and an intensive psychiatric care unit. Low security forensic mental health in-patient services are also based on this site.
Ravenscraig Hospital provides continuing care in-patient services for elderly psychiatric patients in a 30 bedded ward and continuing care inpatient services and rehabilitation for adult psychiatric patients in a 20 bedded ward.
Royal Alexandra Hospital (RAH) contains facilities for elderly in-patients and a psychiatric day hospital for older people.
Skye House is a new purpose built facility on the Stobhill Hospital site that provides a range of dedicated services for young people who have serious mental health problems. This facility treats young people from across Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
Vale of Leven Hospital houses Fruin Ward for individuals with any type of Dementia who have challenging behaviour and/or complex nursing needs.
Children and Young People's In-Patient Unit (Ward 4) is located within the Royal Hospital For Children, and offers treatment of severe and complex mental health problems in children aged 5-12 from across Greater Glasgow and Clyde.