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Pollok Health Centre21 Cowglen RoadGlasgow, G53 6EQTel: 0141 531 6870
PLEASE ORDER PRESCRIPTIONS ONLINE VIA WEBSITE OR BY PHONE 0141-561-6875 AND NOMINATE A PHARMACY TO COLLECT . NO PAPER PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE SURGERY
MBChB, MRCGP DRCOG
Areas of interest include child health and diabetes. Dr Ghaus speaks Urdu and Punjabi.
Our practice nurse appointments are by invite only. All services provided by the Practice Nurse include patients with chronic disorders including asthma, chronic lung disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. The practice nurse has an active role in health promotion and travel immunisation advice.
Routine bloods requested by GP are via Treatment Room by appointment only.
The district nurses are based in the health centre and provide nursing care to housebound patient. They can be contacted by phoning 0141 355 2180
Anne Marie MacDonald Tel:0141 531 6815
The health visitors are based in the health centre and are involved in the care of young children. Both health visitors can give advice on a wide range of child-related issues.
Stephen McNally - 0141-531-6815