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The Priory Hospital Glasgow

The Priory Hospital Glasgow provides a peaceful atmosphere, surrounded by relaxing landscaped gardens and is the perfect environment for treatment. With over 30 inpatients at any time, we also cater for over 400 outpatients who seek our services for psychological services without disrupting their daily lives.

In January 2015, the Glasgow Hospital was awarded the Priory’s “Site of the Year”. This is a demonstration of the Hospital’s strong clinical reputation, founded upon the quality of its care and expertise.

We are one of the UK’s leading centres for the treatment of depression, anxiety and addictions. The hospital is led by an e­ffective and experienced multidisciplinary team. They work together to develop personalised, recovery-focused treatment programmes and care pathways, as well as a range of therapies, to meet all of their patients’ needs.

In addition our Eating Disorder Unit is the largest specialist inpatient unit of its kind in Scotland and due to the quality of its care patients come for treatment from all over the UK. In May 2015 the unit was included in the Quality Network for Eating Disorders (QED) under the Royal College of Surgeon’s Accreditation for Inpatient Mental Health Services (AIMS).

Please watch our short video for a brief overview of The Priory Hospital Glasgow.


 

Addiction treatment programme (ATP)

This service specialises in addiction treatment for those with a substance or behavioural dependency, such as alcohol, drugs, gambling, relationships and shopping. Our addictions treatment programme includes:

 

  • FREE INITIAL ASSESSMENT to explore the problem in more detail without obligation to continue into treatment.
  • FREE weekly aftercare support
  • FREE family support 

Please watch our short video from the perspective of a former patient of Priory, who tells in his own words how he overcame alcoholism with the help of specialist Priory Consultants. Please click here to watch the video.

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Mental health treatment programme

Our treatment programmes are tailored to the specific needs of the individual, ensuring the best possible outcomes are achieved. We ensure our outpatient, inpatient and day care patients are provided with every resource they need to make a strong recovery and return to a positive way of life.

To help achieve this, we thoroughly assess and investigate the range of issues that each person may be experiencing.

The Priory Hospital Glasgow’s general programme treats a range of mental health conditions such as depression, stress and anxiety.

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Please watch our short video from the perspective of a former patient of Priory, who tells in her own words how she overcame her depression and anxiety issues with the help of specialist Priory Consultants. Please click here to watch the video.

Please watch our short video from the perspective of a former patient of Priory Hospital Glasgow, who tells in her own words how she overcame her eating disorder with the help of specialist Priory Consultants. Please click here to watch the video

Under the skin, short film. Yana Ivantcheva is a talented young film maker based in Scotland. When she was a student at Stirling University she decided to make a film called “Under the Skin” telling the story of an anonymous young lady called “L” who has suffered from an eating disorder. L bravely shares her story, so that others can understand her condition and that other sufferers know they are not alone, can seek help and get the support they need. Please click here to watch the video.


Free Addictions Assessment

The Priory is pleased to offer you a free confidential assessment for all addictions.

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Eating disorder treatment programme

The eating disorder programme, which can be delivered as an inpatient or day care patient service, offers personal and flexible treatments to sufferers of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and binge eating.

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    Accessing treatment

    We have a team of experts who are happy to see you at a time that is convenient to your personal and business life.

    To make an outpatient appointment please call us on 0141 636 6116.

    A referral can also be made via your GP (family doctor or private GP) by telephone, in writing, by email or fax to the hospital's admission department, who will then pass these details on to the appropriate consultant.

    Free assessments are available for alcohol and drug addiction

    As part of our commitment to helping those suffering with alcoholism and drug addiction, we are pleased to offer a FREE assessment by a qualified specialist addiction therapist who is also in recovery and best placed to offer advice on the best treatment programme for you.

    Pre-admission information

    A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at The Priory Hospital Glasgow. Coming into any hospital can be an unsettling experience, but you can be confident that we will make every effort to ensure that your stay is as comfortable and as beneficial as possible.

    Corporate/occupational health

    Any company wishing to make a referral, or member of staff wishing to be admitted to the hospital, will need to be referred by their company occupational health doctor. Where an occupational health nurse has been the employee’s point of contact they should liaise with the company doctor to arrange a referral, if this is required.

    For more information

    Our admissions team are available between the hours of 9.00am and 5.00pm and will be delighted to answer any questions you may have – please call the team on 0141 636 6116 or email: glasgow@priorygroup.com.

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    We are one of the UK’s leading centres for the treatment of depression, anxiety and addictions. The hospital is led by an eff­ective and experienced multidisciplinary team.

     

     

     

    They work together to develop personalised, recovery-focused treatment programmes and care pathways, as well as a range of therapies, to meet all of their patients’ needs.

     

     

     

    With access to an on-site Doctor 24 hours a day, we ensure a safe and comfortable atmosphere at all times. Our experienced consultants and therapist-led teams are also supported by 24 hour, expert nursing care.

    We also provide:

    • Private, single occupancy bedrooms ith en-suite facilities
    • Private consulting and therapy rooms
    • An award-winning restaurant with high quality menus
    • Housekeeping
    • Access to a state of the art gym and games room
    • Communal outdoor seating areas and greenhouse
    • Easy access from Glasgow City Centre

    Our flexible services provide a wide range of specialist support to patients and their families including inpatient care, day care and outpatient assessments and appointments.

      Family programme and aftercare

      Within the addiction treatment programme, where possible, we encourage the patient's family to become involved in the treatment programme as this can help give a greater understanding of the illness - hopefully leading to a speedier recovery once the patient has returned home.

      In addition to medical excellence we provide a safe relaxed atmosphere at the hospital, which facilitates the recovery process.

      Accommodation and facilities

      The environment we create for patients is as important as the treatment itself. To this end, each patient has the privacy of his or her own comfortable bedroom, with flat screen television, DVD player, telephone and en-suite facilities.

      Patients are encouraged to have their meals in the main dining room, which offers an excellent choice of dishes and our chefs will be pleased to cater for any special dietary requirements.

      The hospital has a number of large comfortable patient lounges, a quiet room and a games room, the Glasgow Priory Hospital also has an arrangement with local health and wellbeing provider Nuffield Health's Wellbeing & Fitness.

      The hospital also has a FREE Wi-Fi network for patients to use.

      For those that enjoy a country walk or to jog, the beautiful Queen’s Park is only a five minute walk from the hospital.

      Visiting times

      Visitors are actively encouraged within the hospital but please note visiting times are dependant on the therapeutic programme and may vary based on the clinical need of the individual.

      Monday – Friday 6:00pm to 10:00pm

      Saturday – Sunday 12:30pm to 10:00pm

      Alternatively, visiting times outside of these hours can be arranged with the ward staff.

      All visitors must sign in and out at reception and report to the nurses’ station. All visitors must leave the building no later than 10.00pm.

      Quality

      For assurance of our service quality, our most recent audit inspection by the regulator Health Improvement Scotland is available by clicking here.

      Supporting charity

      The Priory Hospital Glasgow is proud to support SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) and SAMH is the hospital's chosen charity organisation. Click here to visit the website.

      Please call us on: 0141 530 3795 to arrange a FREE and immediate meeting with a clinician, or Text HELP to 61122 and we will contact you with further information about how we can help you.

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      Susan Brimelow, Chief Inspector of Healthcare Improvement Scotland, said: “This was a positive inspection which has identified many areas where The Priory Hospital Glasgow is performing well. We found a number of robust policies and procedures in place within the hospital, and observed supportive and respectful interactions between staff and patients. Patients told us they felt respected by staff and that they always made time for them. Throughout the hospital the standard of cleanliness was very high, and we saw evidence of improvements being made as a result of patient feedback”.

      Susan Brimelow - Chief Inspector, Healthcare Improvement Scotland, on the Inspection: 10th & 11th June 2014
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