The Glasgow Royal Infirmary is a large teaching hospital located in the city of Glasgow, Scotland. It has a well-equipped Accident and Emergency (A&E) department that provides round-the-clock care for patients with urgent or emergency medical needs. The A&E department at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary is equipped to handle a wide range of medical emergencies, including heart attacks, strokes, serious injuries, and other life-threatening conditions. Patients with less urgent medical needs may be advised to visit a minor injuries unit or walk-in center instead of the A&E department. It’s important to note that the A&E department should only be used for serious or life-threatening emergencies, and patients with non-emergency medical needs may experience longer wait times at the A&E department.
- Infants under the age of 12 months who require a hospital ED assessment should attend Royal Hospital for Children.
- Children age 1 to < 16 years – with illness that require an ED referral, should attend Royal Hospital for Children ED.
- Children age 1 to < 16 years – with injury that require an ED referral, should attend their local ED – GRI/RAH/IRH.
Normal opening times
Sunday 24 Hours
Monday 24 Hours
Tuesday 24 Hours
Main Reception0141 211 4000
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