Self referral Services
Pharmacy First is a new service in which your local pharmacy can provide assessment, advice, treatment and referrals for uncomplicated urinary tract infections in women aged 16-65 yrs and for impetigo for those over 2 years old.
Please check the list of exclusions below. If you fall into any of these categories, please make an appointment to see your GP as normal:
Urinary tract infection service exclusion criteria:
- Women under 16 yrs or over 65 years
- Patients on prophylactic antibiotics for urinary tract infections
- Patients who are severely unwell e.g. back pain, fever
- Patients with more than three urinary tract infections in the last 12 months
- Patients who are confused
- Patients who are dehydrated
- Patients with a catheter
- Patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding
- Patients with vaginal discharge
- Patients with blood in the urine
- Diabetic patients
Impetigo service exclusion criteria:
- Children under 2 years old
- Patients with more than one site of infection
- Patients who have been infected more than once in 3 months
- Patients with other skin conditions at the site of the infection
Speak to your local pharmacist for more information.
There are two ways of accessing physiotherapy services:
For those who do not need to see GP, please complete a self-referral form (click on link) and post to your local physiotherapy department. If you are seen by GP then the GP will send the referral. The self-referral form can be posted to any of the physiotherapy departments below:
Maryhill Health Centre, 41 Shawpark Street, G20 9DR. Tel:5318730
Possilpark Health Centre, Send to Maryhill Health Centre. Tel:531 6134
Woodside Health Centre, Barr Street, G20 7LR. Tel:531 9243
Self-Referral to Podiatry
Patients can self refer to the Podiatry department for any new problems. You do not need to see your doctor to be referred unless you are housebound and need to be referred to the domiciliary service.
- Podiatry Appointment Line: 0141 201 1270 Monday to Friday 09:30 to 16:30.
Hearing Aid Services Self-Referral
Patients can contact their local Hospital Service directly for the following:
- Lost Hearing Aids
- Repairs and Batteries
- New Ear Moulds
- Counselling for problems with Hearing Aids
- If previously fitted with a NHS hearing aid.
Contact numbers are as follows:
- Gartnavel Hospital: 0141 211 3054
- Glasgow Royal Infirmary: 0141 211 5062
- Stobhill Hospital: 0141 201 3009
Hear to Help Glasgow
If you wear an NHS hearing aid, there is a drop in service in Possilpark Health & Care Centre on the last Monday of every month from 2-4pm. They can help with
- Replacing ear mould tubing
- supplying batteries
- advice and support
Upcoming dates:- 27th January, 24th February, 30th March 2020.
HeartoHelpGlasgow@hearingloss.org.uk Telephone: 0141 341 5358