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Work Set to Begin on New £72 Million Health and Care Hub for Glasgow’s East End

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Published: February 01 2022 | Health and Care Centres

Work on a new £72 million health and care centre for the north east of Glasgow will begin in spring, after the Scottish Government gave final approval for the ambitious project.

The North East Hub in Parkhead, will be Scotland’s first working net zero carbon health and social care facility.

Healthcare Financial Management Association annual conference 2017


Information relating to the address and presentation on 'Grasping the nettle for change - the place of integration' given by David Williams, Chief Officer, Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership.

David was addressing the Healthcare Financial Management Association annual conference who were meeting in Clydebank on Friday 27 October 2017.

Partnership Staff win Improving Health Award at NHSGGC Chairman's Awards

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Published: November 01 2017 | Health Improvement, Primary Care

Partnership staff Rachel Bruce, lead pharmacist, and Chrissie Stuart, a practice nurse, won the Chairman’s Improving Health Category Gold Award for the More than Medicine project based at Crail GP practice, North East Locality.

The Improving Health Category commends staff who have a Healthy Working Lives idea or have implemented an initiative to improve healthy eating, smoking cessation or improving mental health.

Scottish Creative Award for Fostering Campaign

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Published: November 01 2017 | Children and Families

The Partnership’s Families for Children Team was recently awarded the Best Online Campaign at the Scottish Creative Awards for their recent #opentofostering campaign. It was also Highly Commended in the Creative Strategy category - Integrated Strategy.

Cathy Coll, Service Manager at Families for Children, said: “We are delighted to have won this prestigious award. Having previously run several campaigns we were able  to use our experience to plan our new campaign. We focused on cost effective digital advertising which has the advantage of being easy to analyse.”

Carers Eligibility Criteria


The Consultation Period for the Carers Eligibility Criteria is now finished. Following the consultation, a report was prepared and submitted, along with the proposed Eligibility Criteria, to the Glasgow City Integration Joint Board on 24 January 2018.  The report and Eligibility Criteria were approved at this meeting.

Previous Consultation text:

IJB Performance Scrutiny Committee Papers


The Integration Joint Board (IJB) Performance Scrutiny Committee was established as per Item 18 of the IJB Meeting held on 20 September 2017.

Out of Hours Emergency Homelessness Service based at Hamish Allan Centre

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Published: December 01 2017 | Homelessness

Following the initial pilot of relocating the Out of Hours Emergency Homelessness Service, we are now extending the relocation period. From Monday 11 December, the Out of Hours Emergency Homelessness Service, based at Hamish Allan Centre, will be relocated for 5 days a week until further notice.

On Monday to Friday, the Out of Hours Homelessness Service will now be delivered from Glasgow City Mission. On these nights if someone is homeless and needs a service, then:

Minor Injuries Units Best for Slips, Trips and Falls

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Published: January 01 2018 | Accident and Emergency

The recent bad weather serves as a timely reminder that winter brings an increased risk of slips, trips and falls. Thankfully, the consequences of many falls on snow or ice are simply minor bumps, bruises and breaks.
Winter is always a busy time for our accident and emergency departments so if you fall and suffer a minor injury, the best place for you to get treated is the Minor Injuries Unit.The units are staffed by highly experienced emergency nurse practitioners who treat a range of minor injuries, including sprains and cuts and broken bones.

IJB Performance Scrutiny Minutes


Draft Minutes

21 November 2018


Approved Minutes


Mums Help Mums - Breastfeeding Mentors

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Published: January 01 2018 | Breastfeeding

Increasing the number of mums who breastfeed their babies is a Scottish Government priority
to improve child health and reduce inequalities.

In Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership’s North East Locality, the Health
Improvement Team has adopted a range of different approaches to help our local mums to
initiate and sustain breastfeeding. As well as maintaining our UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative
accreditation, we have established three breastfeeding support groups to help mums access
support from staff and other mums.

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