CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 - 28th March 2020 Update
In light of current events, we expect our service to be under strain in the coming weeks. As such we will be required to prioritise testing - turnaround times of non-urgent tests are likely to increase.
We hope for your understanding and cooperation during this period.
For non-urgent laboratory enquiries, please use our generic email: [email protected]
Information for Clinical Immunology patients and their clinicians can be found on our Clinical Immunology page (updated 28th March 2020)
For the most up to date advice for the public, NHS GGC staff and GPs please see the NHS GGC Coronavirus Information Hub
For previous news items, please see our archive
The Immunology and Neuroimmunology Department is committed to providing a quality diagnostic service (see Quality Policy) for the patients of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, NHS Scotland and external users from further afield where appropriate.
The laboratory services are accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS), laboratory number 9713. A full list of tests in scope can be found on our schedule of accreditation. Tests not on this list are not accredited; please contact the laboratory for further information if required.
Information on all tests performed in the laboratory can be found in our handbook. Further details on our Immunology and Neuroimmunology services can be found on their respective webpages, see links below. Upon sending samples to the laboratory, please refer to our Terms and Conditions.
Our latest user survey results are now available. Thank you for all your feedback!
Please use electronic test requesting where available. Where this facility is not available, please complete a paper request form.
The laboratory is open from 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday (except Bank Holidays).
There is a limited ‘on-call’ service on weekend mornings to support the cardiac transplant service.
For all non-urgent laboratory enquiries, please email [email protected]scot.nhs.uk
Please phone the laboratory to discuss all urgent requests.
Department of Immunology & Neuroimmunology
1st Floor, Laboratory Medicine & Facilities Management Building
Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
1345 Govan Road
Glasgow, G51 4TF