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Parkhead Hub - Frequently Asked Questions

On this page you will find answers to the questions we get asked frequently about the Parkhead Hub. Click on each question below to go to the answer:

What is the Parkhead Hub?

Parkhead Hub is a new purpose-built facility to provide accommodation for health, social care and community services and a library and café in the Parkhead area of Glasgow. The Hub is being built on the site of the former Parkhead Hospital and current Sandyford, Anvil Centre and Parkhead Health Centre at Salamanca Street.

What’s going to be in Parkhead Hub?

Parkhead Hub will provide:

  • health and social care services for children, adults and older people, and specialist support through addictions, justice, homelessness and sexual health services, as well as a range of health improvement initiatives 
  • three GP practices (Forge Medical Practice, Drs McKenzie and Burns and Meadowpark Surgery)
  • a community pharmacy
  • dental services
  • the HSCP Learning Centre (a citywide resource)
  • community spaces, including bookable rooms, the relocated Parkhead library and a café

When will it open?

Staff will begin moving into Parkhead Hub in Autumn 2024, and we hope to start welcoming patients and service users into the hub towards the end of October 2024 when the building is fully operational.

Will there be visitor car parking?

Yes, limited car parking will be available initially. A further car park will be built on the site of the current Parkhead Health Centre in 2025, after the building is demolished.

Will there be lifts in the building and is the building accessible?

Yes, there are lifts to each floor and all areas of the building will be fully accessible.

Will there be rooms for the community to book?

Yes, there are four community rooms available to book. Once we know details on the booking process, including the criteria for booking, we’ll update the Frequently Asked Questions.

What will be the opening hours of Parkhead Hub?

The building will open from 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and from 9am to 5pm on Saturday.

What will the building look like inside?

The building will have a large entrance space and two enclosed outdoor courtyards, a range of consulting rooms and staff workspace.

Has there been engagement with the local community?

The project team has attended a number of Community Council and other local meetings to update on progress and has received positive feedback for the project.

I’m looking for work at Parkhead Hub. Where can I find job opportunities?

All job opportunities within NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership are advertised at

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