Girvan Community Hospital

Girvan Community Hospital is a 26-bed hospital with minor injuries service, diagnostic facilities, rehabilitation suite, day service and outpatient department, It is staffed by local GPs supported by other professions. The Scottish Ambulance Service and a pharmacy are based on site with local authority social services transferring to the site to provide a multi-agency hub. Girvan Community Hospital provides modern health and social care services to the people of south west Ayrshire.


KA26 9HQ

Contact Details

01465 712571


Visiting Times

Monday: 2pm - 8pm
Tuesday: 2pm - 8pm
Wednesday: 2pm - 8pm
Thursday: 2pm - 8pm
Friday: 2pm - 8pm
Saturday: 2pm - 8pm
Sunday: 2pm - 8pm

In most wards, visiting times are from 2pm to 8pm. However, there may be times when you will be asked to leave the ward. These include: • when staff need to provide personal care; • when staff need to treat or speak to patients in private; • if patients need to leave the ward for tests; or • if visitors’ behaviour disrupts other patients or staff. Please take these points into consideration and check with the ward before making planning your visit.

Additional information

Services within the hospital include:

•inpatient beds (GP-led);
•general medical services through two GP practices - previously provided from Girvan Health Centre;
•a wide range of outpatient clinics for children and adults provided by local and visiting clinicians;
•mental health services, including adult, elderly, addictions and learning disabilities services, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), psychiatry and psychology services;
•minor injuries unit;
•older people's day hospital;
•rehabilitation suite, with facilities for physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, podiatry and dietetics services;
•x-ray services;
•community dental service;
•district nursing, school nursing, midwifery and health visiting staff base;
•health improvement information and support;
•local authority services, including South Ayrshire Council social work, home care services and community care services;
•Scottish Ambulance Service base; and
•independent pharmacist.

Smoke Free Grounds

The days of smoking on NHS grounds have drawn to a close. All our hospital premises and grounds are now smoke-free. Visit our Smoke Free policy page for more information.

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