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COVID Vaccine: For information regarding the COVID vaccination please visit the NHS Inform website or failing this call the COVID vaccine helpline on 0800 030 8013.


Record of COVID Vaccine: To obtain a record of your COVID vaccine status please visit the NHS inform website, you can also call 0808 196 8565.


COVID Vaccine Drop-In Clinics: For details on the COVID vaccine drop-in clinics in Glasgow, please visit the NHS GGC website for more information.


Monday Evening Surgery: There will be NO Monday evening surgery during July 2021, we will close at the normal time of 6pm. 


For a guide to GP services during COVID-19 please see the following video - Guide to GP Services


Our Practice Policy for COVID-19


Staff Training - The surgery will be CLOSED every Tuesday between 12.30 - 13.30 for the forseeable future for staff training. For urgent matters, there will still be a telephone service.


Online booking of GP appointments via. Patient Access is currently SUSPENDED due to coronavirus. The text reminder service is also disabled at present.

Minor Injury Units

Minor Injury Units (MIU)

For minor injuries that have occurred up to 2 weeks before you can attend a Minor Injury Unit (MIU) in Glasgow.

Your assessment at MIU will be carried out by a team of highly experienced staff, led by Emergency Nurse Practitioners giving you quick access to health information, advice and treatment. Treatment includes being able to arrange x-rays if required, apply plasters or splints and stitch and dress wounds.

 

What can be treated at a Minor Injuries Unit? 



    • Cuts, wounds (including those that may need stitches) and bruising

    • Minor burns and scalds

    • Sprains, minor injuries or broken bones - in legs below the knee, and arms below the shoulder, where you can bear the weight through your foot or move your fingers (our experienced staff can arrange x-rays and apply plaster if required)

    • Insect bites or other animal bites

    • Tetanus immunisation after an injury

    • Minor head injury - where there has been no loss of consciousness or vomiting, and no residual symptoms i.e. headache, nausea, visual disturbance, dizziness or any other symptom of concussion

    • Removal of foreign bodies from eyes, nose or ears

    • Nose injuries and broken noses

    • Removal of rings, earrings and studs.

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Where can I find my nearest MIU?

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Adults and Children 5 years+

  • New Stobhill Hospital, New Victoria Hospital and Queen Elizabeth University Hospital - open 9.00am to 9.00pm every day of the year.

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Children and Babies (under 5 years)

MIU are not suitable for children under 5 years old and should attend:

  • Under 1-year-olds: Go to the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow, Emergency Department
  • 1 to 5-year-olds: Go to either the Royal Hospital for Children Emergency Department or Glasgow Royal Infirmary Emergency Department

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The most up-to-date information regarding MIU can be found on the NHS GGC website.

 



 
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