Bupa opens new health centre in historic Glasgow location

05 February 2018
  • Health assessments, GP and physiotherapy appointments available to insurance and pay-as-you-go customers 
  • New centre offers convenient appointments, close to the city’s business district 
Bupa centre
Today, Bupa opens its doors at a brand new health centre in Glasgow’s prestigious Sutherland House on St Vincent Street. Bupa has invested in creating a clinic that offers insurance and pay-as-you-go customers a range of services from everyday through to specialist care, all in one prestigious location.
 
The clinic will provide customers with services and treatments including health assessments, private GP and physiotherapy appointments. The centre is equipped with the latest clinical technology across eight consultation rooms. 

Sarah Melia, Bupa's Clinics Director said: “We’re investing in a fantastic new location to be closer to where most of our customers work which offers them convenient appointments that suit their busy lives. 

“This centre in the city’s historic Sutherland House is another step towards making high-quality healthcare accessible and affordable to insurance and pay-as-you-go customers.  We’re really looking forward to welcoming both new and existing customers in the coming weeks.”

The opening of the Sutherland House centre replaces Bupa’s existing health centre, just a short walk away on West Regent Street.  The experienced team will transfer to the new Sutherland House location. 

From Monday 5th February the centre will be open from Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm.

Notes to editor

For more information, visit www.bupa.co.uk

Services offered at the centre include:  

Health assessments
Bupa’s range of health assessments can help patients understand their health and identify any future health risks. As well as a range of clinical tests, each health assessment includes time to speak to doctor about any health concerns, and practical advice on the test results, offering ways to become healthier and fitter.  

Private GP appointments
Private GP appointments are available at the centre, and appointments will often be the same or next day. The central location and choice of appointment times make visiting the GP as convenient as possible for those living and working in the area. 

Physiotherapy 
Bupa’s physiotherapists typically provide treatments such as mobilisation, manual therapy, massage and acupuncture. The team will also offer customers shockwave therapy, a new, highly effective treatment for conditions including chronic tendonitis and plantar fascitis. 

Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine Clinics
On-site consultants offer evidence-based treatments for a wide range of joint, muscle and tendon problems. The team have extensive experience looking after professional athletes as well as treating every day injuries and conditions.


About Bupa

Bupa's purpose is helping people live longer, healthier, happier lives. 

With no shareholders, our customers are our absolute focus. We reinvest profits into providing more and better healthcare for the benefit of current and future customers.

We have 16.5m health insurance customers, provide healthcare for 10.6m people in our clinics and hospitals, and look after around 25,000 aged care residents.

We employ over 80,000 people, principally in Australia, the UK, Spain, Hong Kong, Chile, Brazil, Poland, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, India and the USA.

Health insurance is around 70% of our business. In a number of countries we also run clinics, dental centres, hospitals and care homes and villages.
 
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