If you have moved to Glasgow to attend college you should register with a doctor. To search for your nearest GP surgery, health centre, dentist, pharmacy or opticians use the search function on the right handside of this NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde webpage.

If you need medical assistance outside of normal working hours you should contact NHS 24 on 08454 24 24 24, you can also check the NHS 24 website for health information and self care advice.

In an emergency you should go to the Accident and Emergency department at hospital or dial 999 for an ambulance, click hereto find out which hospitals operate this service.

If you are absent from college due to illness and are in receipt of Bursary, EMA, Discretionary or Childcare funds you need to provide the following documentary evidence:

If you have moved to Glasgow to attend college you should register with a doctor. To search for your nearest GP surgery, health centre, dentist, pharmacy or opticians use the search function on the right handside of this NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde webpage.

If you need medical assistance outside of normal working hours you should contact NHS 24 on 08454 24 24 24, you can also check the NHS 24 website for health information and self care advice.

In an emergency you should go to the Accident and Emergency department at hospital or dial 999 for an ambulance, click hereto find out which hospitals operate this service.

If you are absent from college due to illness and are in receipt of Bursary, EMA, Discretionary or Childcare funds you need to provide the following documentary evidence:

  • Self certificates for absences lasting up to 7 days (including weekends)
  • A medical certificate for absences lasting more than 7 days

N.B. The number of self certificates and medical certificates that can be submitted by an individual student throughout the academic year is limited. For full details on this and other attendance requirements please visit the Funding section and click into the relevant link.

Self certificates can be downloaded here.

You will find further health and wellbeing information and links to a number of support organisations in the Guidance course on the VLE (listed under Glasgow Clyde Student Courses).