Message from the Glasgow Children’s Centre about the current impact on services of the coronavirus lockdown.
As part of the contingency to manage the COVID-19 outbreak, all routine clinic appointments at the Royal Hospital for Children’s Haemophilia Centre are now cancelled until at least the end of May 2020. At the moment telephone appointments will be provided as an alternative. As part of the telephone appointment, we will assess whether your child requires to attend for any blood monitoring or if this can be safely deferred for a period of time.
Please note that Haemophilia Centre staff are still here to answer any queries or discuss any problems you may have in relation to your bleeding disorder.
The phone numbers for routine or non-urgent queries are unchanged
0141-452-4701, 0141-452-4630 (answer machine), 0141-452-4475 Monday-Friday 08:00-18:00.
Out of hours & public holidays Ward 2A 0141-452-4450
If you need to bring your child to RHC, we would ask you to phone and do not just turn up.
If you are coming to RHC, please let us know if your child has any of the following:
- Respiratory symptoms
- cough or cold symptoms
Phone numbers if needing to come to RHC
Monday- Friday, 08:00 hours -17:00hours, 0141-452-4701 or 0141-452-4450.
All other times and public holidays
Most surgical/dental procedures will have been cancelled but if your child does require a procedure we would also ask that you contact us.
When phoning, please can you let us know if you normally travel by public transport?
We thank you for your cooperation at what is a difficult time for us all.
Updated: 25 March 2020