hub West Scotland has reached financial close on the Gorbals and Woodside health and care centres, signalling a £35 million investment in health and social care infrastructure.
Designed by JM Architects and Page/Park, the new facilities will be constructed by Morgan Sindall and are being delivered on behalf of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership and Glasgow City Council.
The new Gorbals Health and Care Centre, situated on Sandiefield Road, will house NHS services including GP surgeries, social services, treatments rooms and community space.
The Woodside Health and Care Centre will be located at Doncaster Street, replacing the existing facility in Barr Street. It will provide GP surgeries, dental, physiotherapy and adult day services, alongside community services such as health visiting, district nursing and the older people’s team and home care.
The developments, which follow on from the recently opened health and care centres at Eastwood and Maryhill, will be open to the public by the end of 2018.
These projects will be followed by a further £40m investment in health and social care facilities in Clydebank and Greenock.
Both projects are in the development stage with contemporary facilities being designed to meet the needs of modern health and social care requirements.