Breaking Ground at Quarriers new Epilepsy Centre Work starts on world-leading £6.4m centre to put Scotland at forefront of epilepsy treatment and assessment

One of the most advanced centres in the world for the assessment and treatment of epilepsy moved a step closer to reality today (Tuesday 7 February) as work gets underway on Quarriers’s new £6.4 million independent hospital in Govan.

Read more: Breaking ground at Quarriers new epilepsy centre

Annabel Goldie at SECAnnabel Goldie MSP hears about the work of the Scottish Epilepsy Centre. Annabel met with the specialist team and patients and showed her support for the specialist epilepsy services provided by the Centre.

Read more: Annabel Goldie meets with patients

SEC staff with Alisdair AllanThe Scottish Epilepsy Centre were invited to the Scottish Parliament Cross-Party Group to give a presentation on the ‘Specialist Epilepsy Provision inScotland’ and on the future plans for the SEC.

Read more: Cross Party Working Group – Epilepsy

lloyds teamLloyds Team at work The Scottish Epilepsy Centre would like to give their most grateful thanks to Janice Webster, Senior Manager Reconciliations & Dianne Keith, Senior Manager, Group Disability Programme and their teams from Lloyds Banking Group. The teams fundraised and participated in a corporate volunteer day to develop and enhance the environment for the outpatient service.

Read more: Lloyds Volunteers Spruce Up the Outpatient Building

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Herald News

Quarriers recently ran a supplement in The Herald, within it there was an article on Epilepsy and the Scottish Epilepsy Centre. Click here to view the pdf file.

Patient Participation

Our Patient Participation Strategy is now available online in both standard and Easy Read formats.

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