NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is committed to working towards producing websites and web resources that can be accessed by all of our visitors.
Steps taken to make this website accessible to all of our visitors
All pages produced on this NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde website conform to the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C), Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Level-A standard as a minimum.
We are always keen to hear about ways we can improve the services we provide. If you are having any difficulties using this website, please contact us or call on 0141 211 8130.
You can find out more about accessibility at:
For help in making your computer work best for you try looking at the AbilityNet web site.Information in other languages
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is committed to producing information in other languages as required. A video in English and BSL introduces the website on the home page. For services; we already have an introductory video and information on support to make an appointment if English is not your first language. We will be building on these videos and patient information in other languages in the future. They will be saved in the Media Library. If you require particular information in an other language please contact us.
Please be aware that although automatic translators available on the internet can be useful you should never rely on them alone for detailed and accurate translation of important health information.Portable Document Format (PDF)
This site uses PDF files. To view PDF files, you will need to download and install a PDF reader. The Adobe site offers:
Problems accessing documents
If you have any problems accessing the documents published on this website, please contact us and we will supply you with the document in an accessible format.
Accessibility options and help for your web browserMany web browsers have accessibility features, which help you use the web in the way that best suits you. We recommend you select the browser which best suits your needs, and these links give you some helpful guidance whether you want to best configure your web browser or download a more suitable one.
Note that there are many different web browsers available, and many versions of each of them, so it would be impractical for us to list them all here. We have chosen the most popular as a guide that you may find useful.
Accessibility options and help for your computer
To configure your operating system to tailor its accessibility features to your needs you may find these websites useful: