You are always welcome to visit The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice. We are following Scottish Government guidance during the coronvirus pandemic but we always aim ot be as compassionate and flexible with visiting as possible. Click here to read our most up-to-date visiting procedures.
If you would like to visit, please arrange with your care team, who will make sure you are met and introduced to the hospice by showing you around.
Family members, carers and friends can visit Glasgow's Hospice at any time, though there may be times, such as meal times, or when doctors and nurses are carrying out care, when we may ask your visitors to wait.
During these times they may visit our cafe or dining room while we look after you.
Children are always welcome under the supervision of their parent or guardian.
We have a play area available, but it may be helpful to bring crayons and paper, or a favourite book or toy, to help keep them occupied and busy.
Pets are welcome too, please get in touch with us before visiting, so we can arrange this for you.
Barga Cree Café is our on-site café. It’s open Monday to Sunday, from 8am to 7pm. Each day there’s two delicious specials and a soup of the day.
The café is open to patients and their families, staff and the general public. There’s a wonderful view of our gardens to soak up while enjoying a coffee or your lunch. The middle of the café is open and public, with smaller, more private pods along each side of the café.
The café, generously staffed throughout the day by Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice volunteers, provides teas, coffees, meals, sandwiches and light snacks, with our vending machines offering drinks and snack 24 hours a day.
We are located in Bellahouston Park, opposite the Glasgow Outdoor Ski Centre. Access is by the entrance from Dumbreck Road.
The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice
20 Dumbreck Road
If you have any questions please call us on: 0141 429 5599
We have excellent road links and are very conveniently located close to both the M8 (junction 23) and M77 (junction 1) motorways. We have a car park at the hospice, but during the day spaces can fill up quickly.
Bus numbers 9, 9A, 10, 38, 34 and 34A run past Bellahouston Park, the hospice is just 10-minute walk away.
The nearest train station is Dumbreck with the hospice being less than a 15-minute walk away.
For the safety of everyone, CCTV security cameras are in use both in and around the hospice.
The fire alarm is tested every Wednesday at 11am.
In the event of a fire, hospice staff will advise on the evacuation plan.
The confidentiality of Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice patients is of paramount importance to us.
We understand that visitors and family members wish to be informed of a patient's progress, however we would ask that everyone understands that the patient’s permission needs to be sought and granted before any information is shared.
Every care is taken to protect patients from contracting preventable infections.
At the hospice we advise all staff, patients and visitors to wash their hands with our special alcohol gel on entering and leaving any clinical areas also to use the hand washing technique shown at each sink when washing your hands with soap.
We have infection prevention and control team who advise patients, staff and visitors on hand hygiene and environmental cleanliness and also carry out audits on activities such as hand hygiene, waste, safe environment and sharps safety.
They ensure that all staff adhere to the infection prevention control policy which is in line with Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s policy.
If you would like further information please contact The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.