Meeting day and time
We meet a few times a year on various days of the week. Our meetings are from 6.30 to 8pm.
As our calendar is quite varied, please do get in touch to find out what’s coming up and when we are meeting next.
- Our next meeting in on Wednesday 28 August with guest speaker Consultant Haematologist discussing clinical trials and Car-T therapy
Michelle Martin, Clinical Nurse Specialist 0141 301 7737
Maggie’s Centre, Gartnavel General Hospital, 1053 Great Western Road, Glasgow G12 0YN
Maggie’s Glasgow is situated in the grounds of Gartnavel hospital campus. Our centre is the single storey, glass and concrete building found on the hill amongst the trees, sitting just above the car park at the main entrance to the Beatson. Follow the signposts across the campus to find us!
This friendly support group welcomes patients, family members, carers and friends. Everyone is welcome to come along, whether you’ve had a diagnosis yourself, or someone close to you has.
Directions by rail
Hyndland Rail Station is about 500m from the hospital site, where trains from both Queen Street Low Level and Central Station Low Level call. Follow the signs to Gartnavel Hospital as you leave train station and then follow signs for Maggie’s centre when you enter hospital grounds.
Coming by underground train you can change to the main line trains at Partick underground and go one stop to Hyndland Station on the overground trains.
Directions by car
When entering the hospital grounds from Great Western Road, immediately turn right and drive past the Pond Hotel. Just past the hotel take the next left, which takes you slightly uphill to a mini roundabout. At the roundabout, turn right up another slight hill and the centre is on the left hand side just past the zebra crossing.
Car parking is very limited and the car parks can be busy. There is a car park adjacent to the main entrance of the Beatson Oncology Centre and a limited number of parking spaces are also available just past the front of the centre itself.
Going to a meeting for the first time
We understand it can be daunting for people to attend a meeting for the first time. If you’d like to chat beforehand or to find out more about the group please call Michelle on the phone number above.
You can also call our Freephone helpline on 0808 808 5555 (Mon-Fri 10am-3pm) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org