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Ross Hall Clinic Braehead

Ross Hall Clinic Braehead is part of Ross Hall Hospital and offers private services for those living in Glasgow and the West of Scotland.

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About us

Ross Hall Clinic Braehead is Ross Hall Hospital's new £20million expansion. The facility covers over 3,000m2, across three floors, and allows for the relocation and expansion of a number of services.

Eye Care Scotland, our dedicated ophthalmic suite, has moved to Ross Hall Clinic Braehead and enables the utilisation of further consultation and diagnostic rooms.

Ross Hall Clinic Braehead accommodates a comprehensive outpatient department, complimenting the original department located at the main hospital at Crookston Road. This new outpatient department has 17 consulting rooms as well as 2 minor surgical outpatient treatment rooms.

The new unit has a brand-new Respiratory Laboratory capable of providing a range of new outpatient respiratory tests previously not on offer. More so, it has a dedicated Cardiology suite with both a treatment room and echocardiogram room and, it also includes dedicated facilities for Gynaecology, Colposcopy and Urodynamic studies.

As well as the above new services and facilities, Ross Hall Clinic Braehead houses a second MRI scanner. This complements the existing MRI service offered at the hospital on Crookston Road and will enable us to see a higher volume of patients who require these scans as part of their diagnostic pathway, ensuring timely provision of diagnostics.

The design of Ross Hall Clinic Braehead allows for enhanced clinical pathways as well as, importantly, an enhanced patient experience. This enhanced patient experience is the result of a clinician-led interior design, ensuring patients are the priority at all points in their journey.

Further information on Ross Hall Clinic Braehead can be found here.

Local clinics

Eye Care Scotland

Our dedicated ophthalmic suite where we see patients for all eye conditions. We have over 12 Consultant Ophthalmologists offering over 10 sub-specialties, and have a full laser suite where we provide laser eye surgery, lens replacement surgery and implantable contact lenses.

Prostate Cancer Centre

Our Prostate Cancer Centre is the only joint urological cancer centre of its kind in Scotland, managed by a Consultant Urologist, a Consultant Clinical Oncologist and a Specialist Uro-Oncology Nurse. It offers investigation, diagnosis, surveillance and treatments (hormone therapy, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery) for those living with prostate cancer.

Virtual patient events

We regularly deliver virtual patient information events hosted by a range of our experienced Consultants, providing people with the knowledge they need on a number of different health topics, covering symptoms, diagnoses, and treatment options.

 

To find out more and see any upcoming events we have scheduled, please click here.

Patient pathway

At Ross Hall Hospital, it is important for the patient to understand their pathway, from referral through to treatment. The diagram below highlights each step within the patient journey, with key contact details emphasised throughout.

 

Thumbnail diagram of the the Ross Hall Hospital patient pathway. Click to download the a PDF version

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    Your private healthcare journey

    Every stage of your care with us, from diagnosis to recovery, is focused on you. We want to give you the best possible experience, with fast access to treatments and no waiting lists

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    Choose your consultant Find the right one for you

    We work with leading consultants offering NHS and private treatments across a wide range of medical services

How to find the clinic Easy to find and easy to get to Get directions on Google Maps

GOOGLE MAP

Car

From the West of Scotland, travel eastbound on the M8 and exit at junction 26 for Braehead Shopping Centre and Hillington. Bear left past the Audi garage and straight through the next roundabout where the Porsche garage is on your left. At the lights, Ross Hall Clinic Braehead will be on the right, however, to enter the carpark please go straight on at the lights and use the roundabout to do a u-turn to drive back up Kings Inch Road and take the left into Ross Hall Clinic Braehead car park.

From the East of Scotland, travel westbound on the M8 and exit at junction 25A. At the first traffic lights take a left and take another left at the next lights. Ross Hall Clinic Braehead is on your left-hand side and the carpark entrance is approx. 100 yards down.

Where to park

Please see the image below for instructions on where to park at Ross Hall Clinic Braehead

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Train

Hillington East and West Train Stations are a 7-minute taxi drive from Ross Hall Clinic Braehead. From Glasgow Central Station, trains to them are roughly every 30 minutes and take approx. 10 minutes.

Bus

The ‘Old Govan Road’ bus stop is right outside Ross Hall Clinic Braehead. Routes 21, 22, 23, 23A, 709, 765, Clyde Flyer 901, Clyde Flyer 906, X7, X23 and 9A-simplyCITY all pass through the stop regularly.

Taxi

 Ross Hall Clinic Braehead is a 15 minute taxi drive from Glasgow City Centre and a 10 minute taxi drive from Glasgow Airport.

Frequently asked questions and other useful information

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to find the information you need, so we've gathered a list of frequently asked questions about our hospitals and services

  • We offer flexible payment options via Chrysalis Finance, making private healthcare more affordable than you'd think. You can find more details here.

  • You will need to call the hospital you have booked your appointment with. To do this, you can find the phone number to your hospital on your appointment letter. 

  • Please call the hospital where the patient is admitted, press zero for switchboard, and they will transfer your call to the patient’s room, or put you in touch with a nurse or a ward.
  • Yes, our hospitals have free WiFi access for our patients and visitors. 
  • Once your appointment is booked, you can request to receive a confirmation email or letter with all the necessary information. To find the confirmation email, please search your email inbox for any message from [email protected].

    You will also receive a text reminder 48 hours prior to your appointment with all the details you need. Please note that this will not be sent if the appointment is booked within 48 hours of the appointment date.

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Our reviews. What our patients say More reviews

  • Rating: 5 stars

    The whole experience was first class from all the staff at the clinic.

    Kevin - Google review
  • Rating: 5 stars

    Excellent facilities, staff courteous and pleasant. Had two cataract operations, whole place was spotlessly clean, and had my ops on the date and at the time! Astonishing!

    Graeme - Google review
  • Rating: 5 stars

    All staff were very helpful & talked me through what was happening. From the minute I arrived in the clinic everything was seamless. The outcome was more than I ever could have expected.

    Jill - Google review
  • Rating: 5 stars

    All staff were friendly and reassuring.

    Caroline - Google review

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