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Due to staff shortages, call times may be longer than usual. We apologise for this inconvenience.

If you believe you have Monkeypox, or have come into contact in the last 21 days with someone who has or have symptoms consistent with the case definition, please do not come into Sandyford without phoning first: 01412118130. 

COVID regulations are changing, however physical distancing and face coverings are still required at health care settings across Scotland.

Please note that appointment only clinics are still in place. Find out more about Sandyford's current service updates here.

 

Drug Spiking with Needles

There have been recent reports of ‘drug spiking’ with needles. The evidence on this activity is still being gathered. There is no clarity on the frequency of these events or any drugs that are being used.  

If you believe you have been a victim of drug spiking, please visit your local Accident and Emergency department.  

If a sexual assault has taken place, please contact Archway on 01412118175. Archway provides support to people who have been raped or sexually assaulted in the last seven days. 

To find out more about spiking and top tips to stay safe, click here.