Contact or visit our Glasgow hospice

You are more than welcome to contact or visit our Marie Curie Hospice, Glasgow.

Address and contact details

Marie Curie Hospice, Glasgow
Balornock Road
G21 3US

Tel: 0141 557 7400
Fax: 0141 557 7401

In-patient visiting times

For in-patients, visiting times are flexible. Please phone for further information.

Day services opening times

Monday to Friday, 9.30am – 4.30pm and some evening sessions.

How to get to the hospice

By car

From M8 Junction 15 Kirkintilloch/Springburn, travel north (signposted Bishopbriggs) on A803 Springburn Road (dual carriageway). Pass McDonalds and Esso garage and turn right into Ardoch Court (Stobhill Road). Continue on past intersection with Balgrayhill Road. Look for hospice sign on right.

From Bishopbriggs (North), follow A803 Kirkintilloch Road to traffic lights at Colston Road and turn left. At mini roundabout, turn right into Balgrayhill Road. At intersection with Ardoch Court (Stobhill Road) turn left. Look for hospice sign on right.

By bus

Buses from Glasgow city centre: No. 31, 45, 88 and 371 stop at Balgrayhill Road. There is a 10-minute walk to the hospice. No. 29 stops at the main entrance to Stobhill Hospital. There is a five-minute walk to the hospice.

By train

From Central Station, taxis take 10-15 minutes. For buses, use the Hope Street exit, take the 45 or 45A, you are going to Balgrayhill Road/Stobhill Hospital.

From Queen Street Station, trains go to Springburn Station, then 30 minutes walk to the hospice. Taxis take 10-15 minutes. For buses, walk up to Buchanan Street Bus Station and follow the directions below.


Limited parking in the hospice grounds. Disabled parking on the ground level.

Contact us

Contact the Glasgow Hospice by email or find out more about us on our Facebook page  .

If you wish to provide feedback about our Glasgow hospice, you can find a questionnaire in the reception area of the hospice. Please complete and return it to the address provided. You can also send us your feedback, comments and suggestions online.

Making a complaint

Should you find it necessary to make a complaint, please follow the steps below.

Try to talk through the matter with your nurse or write to the hospice manager at the following address:

The Hospice Manager
Marie Curie Hospice, Glasgow
Balornock Road
G21 3US

He or she will try to resolve the problem quickly for you.

You can also use the complaints form on our website.

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