To ensure patient, staff and visitor safety, visiting arrangements have changed due to recent developments during the COVID-19 outbreak. This applies to the following hospitals:
Regardless of the arrangements outlined below, it is essential you do not visit if you have a persistent cough, loss of taste or smell, flu like symptoms or fever.
If you live in the following Greater Glasgow and Clyde local authority areas you should avoid visiting hospitals outwith your area, except for essential visits.
Special arrangements will be made to accommodate the following essential visitors:
Where it is assessed by the clinical team as safe to do so one designated visitor may be possible in some hospital areas. This is dependent on individual ward circumstance and that of each individual patient and may be subject to change on a daily basis.
All arrangements MUST be made through the nurse in charge of the ward.
It is essential you do not visit if you have a persistent cough, flu like symptoms or fever.
If you cannot visit in person, please use technology such as social media and phone calls to stay in touch. If the person you want to speak to does not have access to their own phone or tablet, please contact [email protected] to access our Person Centred Virtual Visiting service. Further information about this service is available here.
Give & Go Service
If you cannot visit your loved one in hospital, you can still drop off items for them using the Give & Go service which is available at a few of our hospitals. For more details, see our Give & Go page.
Thank you for your understanding.
It is very important for the health and wellbeing of patients and staff that you do not visit f you have been feeling unwell in any way or have symptoms of COVID-19. This includes f you have a persistent cough, flu-like symptoms, fever or loss of taste or smell.
When guided by the Scottish Government, these restrictions will be revised and altered depending on the outbreak status of the virus and any outbreak within the hospital and local community.