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Patients welcomed at £12.4m arts-led Maryhill Health Centre

October 25 2016

Patients welcomed at £12.4m arts-led Maryhill Health Centre
NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde have opened the £12.4m Maryhill Health & Care Centre, offering a range of primary care services including three GP practices, a physiotherapy gym and adult mental health facility.

The health hub is being championed by the NHS for its integration of an arts and environment strategy which seeks to enhance the external and internal environments to improve wellbeing of patients, staff and visitors.

NHSGGC chairman John Brown commented: “This £12 million facility is a fantastic addition to the area, providing the local residents of Maryhill with a wide range of health and care services under one roof. The centre has been designed to be much more than a simple replacement of the previous facility. It is in a prominent site providing the local community with a modern, state of the art healthcare facility fit for the 21st Century.”

The project was delivered by Morgan Sindall on behalf of Hub West Scotland with Norr architects.


#1 Posted by Clive on 26 Oct 2016 at 05:24 AM
With the enormous pressures on health services, the hub, or polyclinic is undoubtedly the way to go. You can get your x-ray there and then, without transport to a nearby hospital etc. I like the look of this response.
#2 Posted by Chris on 26 Oct 2016 at 10:56 AM
Looks great, however, with the gym being next door there was already inadequate parking which this site has eaten in to, I really hope they have sorted this issue.

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