Glasgow City Community Health Partnership (GCCHP) was established in November 2010 and provides a wide range of community based health services delivered in homes, health centres, clinics and schools. These include health visiting, health improvement, district nursing, speech and language therapy, physiotherapy, podiatry, nutrition and dietetic services, mental health, addictions and learning disability services. As well as this, we host a range of specialist services including: Specialist Children's Services, Homeless Services and The Sandyford.
We are part of NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde and provide services for 584,000 people - the entire population living within the area defined by the Local Authority boundary of Glasgow City Council.
Within our boundary, we have:
- 154 GP practises
- 136 dental practises
- 186 pharmacies
- 85 optometry practises (opticians)
The CHP has more than 3,000 staff working for it and is split into three sectors which are aligned to local social work and community planning boundaries. The sectors are:
North East 177,649
North West 190,332
More information about the CHP's management team and the three sectors can be found by clicking on the buttons on the left.