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Golden Jubilee National Hospital
Health Board

NHS Golden Jubilee


General Information

Initially built as a private hospital it has been part of the NHS since 2002. The Golden Jubilee gives home to the West of Scotland Heart and Lung Centre, a large orthopaedic elective centre and a range of national waiting time services. 


In addition there is also a Hotel on site left, which is available to the public and also hosts a wide range of conferences and events. The hotel leisure facilities (including swimming pool) are normally available to GJNH staff for a fee. 

From an orthopaedic perspective, it performs a variety of elective proceures and also revision arthroplasty for trauma. The Golden Jubilee also acts to reduce waiting list pressure on hospitals nationwide. 


There is a cafe on the ground floor corridor selling the usual coffee, tea, snacks etc. There is also a volunteer shop selling confectionery to satisfy sugar cravings.​ There are also vending machines located in several locations around the hospital.

Orthopaedic Department

The orthopaedic department has undergone considerable expansion over the past few years, with more planned. The orthopaedic wards have been moved around a little since COVID, but are all essentially single rooms.

The consultant and secretaties have an office area on the ground floor, adjacent to the front entrance and orthopaedic outpatients. There is an orthopaedic research, registrar and PA office on the 2nd floor, outside ward 2West with ample computer space. 

There are plenty of opportunities for research at the Jubille, with several interested consultants and facilities such as a gait lab. 

Miss Helen Betts
Mr Martin Sarungi
Mr Findlay Welsh
Mr Frederic Picard
Mr Rohit Maheshwari
Mr David Allen
Mr Manish Changulani
Mr Manal Siddiqui
Mr Kamal Deep
Mr Joseph Baines
Mr Nicholas Holloway
Mr Christopher Gee
Mr Nick Ohly
Mr Kalpesh Shah
Mr Jon Clarke
Mr Niall Munro
Mr Jason Roberts
Travel Information

The Golden Jubilee hospital sits on the banks of the River Clyde in Clydebank.

Car -There is ample car parking on site. If travelling by car approximately 20-30 min if driving from the City centre, depending on traffic. Also, if you want to go somewhere quiet and relaxing after a long day, Loch Lomond is only 12 miles up the road.

Train / Bus - It is within walking distance of Dalmuir train station where you can get a train to the city or ​a 5 min walk from Dumbarton Road where there are regular bus services to and from the city.

Bike - You can cycle from the city in around 30-40 min. Around half of the journey is on cycle path which a bit safer than sharing the busy roads with cars, buses and taxi


Golden Jubilee Hospital

Agamemnon Street 


G81 4DY

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