Clinics and Services

We offer a range of clinics and services including those below. For more information, please visit our Health Review and Assessment Clinic Room.

If you would like to attend any of the below clinics, please visit our Consulting Room.

Antenatal Care

You can self refer to ante-natal by telephoning 0141 347 8422.

Child Health Checks

Appointments are sent out automatically by our local health board for routine child health checks.

The first will be with a GP at the surgery when your baby is around 6 weeks old. You will be sent out an appointment to attend the surgery.

Child Immunisations

Immunisations are given by other healthcare professionals in accordance with the NHS vaccine schedule.

When to Immunise

Different vaccines are given at different ages to protect you and your child. Find out when these vaccinations are offered, and when and where they’ll be given:

Health Visitors

You can normally see the health visitors at their drop-in clinic for further information please contact the Health Visitor on 0141 201 5160.

Health visitors are all trained nurses who have extra training and qualifications in child health. They are a fantastic source of information about child development and health, parenting strategies, breastfeeding, nutrition and community support. They also offer help with social, emotional and environmental issues that affect families. The Health Visiting team works closely with the practice to provide high quality care for our patients.

Diabetes Services

There are a number of services that can help you when it comes to looking after yourself if you have diabetes.

Routine Care

The majority of people with diabetes are looked after by the practice diabetes team.

My Diabetes My Way

The NHS Scotland interactive diabetes website to help support people who have diabetes and their family and friends.

You’ll find leaflets, videos, educational tools and games containing information about diabetes. You can now also use their website to view your own up-to-date diabetes clinic results, to help you manage your condition more effectively.

Sign up now:

Specialist Care

If there is a particular problem identified with your diabetes care that we cannot help you within the practice, then we will refer you to a specialist service.

Diabetes and Ramadan

Diabetes UK and the Muslim Council of Britain have launched an innovative project to help Muslims with diabetes fast safely through Ramadan.

Following a successful trial last year, the ‘managing diabetes during Ramadan’ project now has an even wider range of material to support people with diabetes cope with their condition during Ramadan. The information includes online advice and factsheets in four different languages and guidance for Muslim leaders and healthcare professionals.

Please see below for factsheets about diabetes in different languages:

Our Clinics

All GP practices are contracted to provide “essential services”, that is, basic treatment of ill people. We also hold a contract with GG&C NHS to provide additional services:

  • Family planning services are available from Sandyford Clinic
  • Contraceptive services including implant insertion and removal – If you have been advised by the surgery to submit a contraceptive pill review, please complete our Contraceptive Pill Review form
  • Pre-conception
  • Child health surveillance, together with health visitor
  • Cervical smear tests
  • Minor surgery – for the freezing of warts and other small skin lesions
  • Lifestyle advice
  • Menopause and HRT advice
  • Drug addiction – a drug substitution programme is offered for patients with drug problems with approval from the Glasgow Drug Problem Service

Chronic Disease Management Programmes

  • Respiratory illnesses  – asthma / COPD – If you have been advised by the surgery to submit an annual review of your asthma symptoms, please complete our Asthma Review form. If you have been advised by the surgery to submit a COPD assessment, please complete our COPD Assessment form
  • Cardiac / heart problems
  • Diabetes
  • Stroke
  • Hypertension (high blood pressure) – If you have been advised by the surgery to submit your blood pressure readings on a regular basis, please complete our Blood Pressure Review form
  • Epilepsy
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Rheumatoid arthritis

We also run a drug substitution programme for patients with drug problems with approval from the Glasgow Drug Problem Service.

Travel Clinic and Holiday Vaccinations

If you are travelling abroad, please telephone 0141 673 3003, who can arrange any vaccinations required for your travel.  Please note the practice no longer administer travel vaccinations, these are now arranged centrally via the Health Board.

Please note only the undernoted vaccines are available free from the NHS:-

  • Hepatitis A
  • Typhoid
  • Diphtheria
  • Tetanus
  • Polio

Memory Clinic

If you are having memory problems, please book an appointment with one of the GPs, who can make an initial assessment and refer you to the Memory Clinic if needs be.

NHS Inform: Dementia Care and Support

Hepatitis B Immunisation

GPs do not provide an occupational health service as part of their NHS responsibility nor can they provide this service to you even if you are willing to pay for it.

Under health and safety regulations, your employer or University/College has a duty to provide a safe working environment and therefore, appropriate health advice for those at risk of infection with Hepatitis B.

We advise you to contact your employer or University/College and refer them to this page on our website. They will be able to make arrangements with an occupational health provider for the provision of any immunisation which you may require following an appropriate assessment.

Housebound and Older People

District Nurses

District nurses carry out many roles for housebound patients, including:

  • General nursing procedures and investigations
  • Post-surgery care
  • Assessment of patients’ needs
  • Care for terminally ill patients
  • Loaning of equipment
  • Looking after wounds and leg ulcers
  • Educating patients about self-care

Referrals can be made by a doctor or nurse at the practice, patients themselves or by carers and family members. The district nursing team works closely with the practice to provide high quality care.

Services for Carers

Who is a Carer?

A carer is a person of any age (including children) who provides unpaid support to a partner, relative, friend or neighbour who couldn’t get by without their help. This could be due to old age, frailty, disability, a serious health condition, mental ill health or substance misuse. Parents of children who are disabled or who have a serious health condition are also considered to be carers.

It is estimated that 10% of patients are carers.

Improving Carer Identification

As a practice, we want to increase the number of people on our carers’ register so that we can look after you better. We do this by:

  • Asking patients with long-term conditions to name their carers
  • Running awareness-raising campaigns to get carers to tell us about their caring responsibilities

Let us know you are a carer by completing our Register a Carer form.

What we offer to improve healthcare for carers:

  • Flu vaccination – most carers are eligible for a free flu vaccination to protect themselves and the person they care for
  • Regular health check appointments to help you keep fit and well
  • More flexible appointments
  • Carer support groups
  • Referrals to carers’ services for more specialised information, advice and support

Texting Service

We operate a texting service to all our patients to remind them of appointments or clinics that we run, we require your UK mobile phone number (we are unable to text or call non-uk numbers) to do this.

This facility also allows you to cancel your appointment via your phone, which saves you time.

If you have not provided us with your mobile number or have changed this recently, please update your details by completing our Change of Personal Details form.

Email Contact

To reduce postal delays and to be more environmentally friendly, we are moving to replace written letters with email. If you are happy with this form of communication please provide your email address to the practice using Change Personal Details form. It is important that this is a private email address and that you check it regularly to make sure that we can communicate with you.

If you change your email address you must contact us to update your new email address to ensure we can continue to provide you with safe care. Please use the form for the update.