News & Events

Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership is committed to communicating with the people who it works with and supports so that they are kept up to date on developments and are aware of what is happening within the Partnership. Our Communications Strategy outlines how we are doing this.

On this webpage you will find some of the current news stories and events within the Partnership that may be of interest, which may also feature on Twitter. The Partnership also regularly publishes its own Health and Social Care Integration Newsletter.

If you would like any Partnership news items or events to be featured on this webpage or in the Partnership’s newsletter, then please email GCHSCP_Communications@glasgow.gov.uk.

Latest News

Local People Discuss Older People's Health and Care Services in North West Glasgow

Published: | Older People, Public Engagement

Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership North West Locality Engagement Forum (LEF) members met with representatives of the wider community and speakers at the Albany Centre on the 31 January 2019 to discuss and focus on Older People’s services in North West Glasgow.

Planning Begins for New North East Health and Social Care Hub

Published: | Health and Care Centres

Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership has completed a selection process for the site of the new North East Health and Social Care Hub. The process identified the Parkhead Hospital/Mental Health Resource Centre/Parkhead Health Centre as the preferred location.

New Gorbals Health and Care Centre - User Guide

Published:
A full list of services and phone numbers for New Gorbals Health and Care Centre.

Upcoming events

North West Locality Plan Engagement Forum Meeting

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Partick Burgh hall (Lesser Hall), 9 Burgh Hall St, G111LW
May Simpson, email May.simpson@ggc.scot.nhs.uk or Tel 0141 314 6250
GCHSCP Event | Planning, Public Engagement

Do you want to find out about our health and social care services, supports and plans in North West Glasgow? Then come to our engagement event on Tuesday 26 February. At the event we will look at Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership's North West Glasgow Locality Plan.

Invitation to Join the Conversation Cafe and Talk about the Review of Out of Hours Services

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Conversation Cafe, Dennistoun Baptist Church, 140 Finlay Drive, G312SB
Stephen McGuire, stephen@mhngg.org.uk, Tel 0141 550 8417 or May Simpson, may.simpson@ggc.scot.nhs.uk, Tel 0141 314 6250
GCHSCP Event | Public Engagement

The Out of Hours Services across NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde are being reviewed. The aim of the review is to create a model of Out of Hours Services that is safe, efficient, person-centred, co-ordinated and fully integrated.

Invitation to Citywide NHSGGC Out of Hours Services Discussion

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Touchbase, Sense Scotland, 43 Middlesex Street, Kinning Park, G41 1EE
GCHSCP Event | Public Engagement

The aim of the review is to create a model of Out of Hours Services that is safe, efficient, person-centred, co-ordinated and fully integrated

North West Locality Engagement Forum Meeting

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Partick Social Work Office, 35 Church Street, G11 5JT
May Simpson, email May.simpson@ggc.scot.nhs.uk or Tel 0141 314 6250
GCHSCP Event | Public Engagement

North West Locality Engagement Forum invite you to find out and discuss:

Health and Social Care Integration Newsletter

Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership’s Health and Social Care Integration Newsletter highlights some of the good and important work and successes that are happening across the Partnership. It also includes the Chief Officer’s message. It is usually published bi-monthly, and the current and past editions of the newsletter are available at the below links. From time-to-time, the Partnership also publishes special bulletins on specific developments or events.

GCHSCP North East Hub Newsletter - February 2019

Read about the latest developments for the new North East Glasgow Health and Social Care Hub.

Overnight Change Support Newsletter

This newsletter provide information on the direction for the transition from overnight sleepover support to alternative support arrangements.