Maggie's Glasgow

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with cancer, we're here for you.

Call us:

0141 357 2269

We're open:

Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm

You don't need an appointment – just come in.

Visit us:

Maggie's Glasgow

Gartnavel General Hospital

1053 Great Western Road

Glasgow

G12 0YN

Welcome to Glasgow

Whatever kind of cancer, and whatever stage you’re at – we're here for you.

Our centre is a space for being together or for a moment alone, for getting going again or for meeting people who just get it.

All our cancer support specialists have expert knowledge about cancer and treatment, and many are NHS-trained.

The kettle's already on – just come in.

Getting here

Maggie's Glasgow

Gartnavel General Hospital

1053 Great Western Road

Glasgow

G12 0YN

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Meet the team

Kerry Craig

Centre Head

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Stuart Danskin

Cancer Support Specialist

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Susan Swan

Cancer Support Specialist

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Debbie Cook

Counselling Psychologist

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Kirsten Kernohan

Clinical Psychologist

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Greg Brown

Benefits Advisor

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Kelly Swan

Benefits Advisor

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Grazia Zani

Stress & Relaxation Therapist

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Heather McArthur

Centre Fundraising Manager

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Jennifer Blair

Centre Fundraiser

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Iain Corcoran

Centre Fundraising Organiser

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Kerry Craig

Centre:

Maggie's Glasgow

Position:

Centre Head

I look after the running of the centre and make sure my team and I are providing the best possible cancer support.

I have over 20 years’ experience in cancer care initially as an oncology nurse working in the NHS and then in support roles within the charity sector. I have worked within medical oncology and breast cancer support before joining Maggie’s in 2014.

I’m here to listen, to help you talk things over and to find the information and support that’s right for you and your family.

Stuart Danskin

Centre:

Maggie's Glasgow

Position:

Cancer Support Specialist

My nursing background is in many different cancers including the haematological field. I joined the Maggies team 12 years ago using my 35 years of cancer caring experience to match our programme to the needs of our centre users.

I give one-to-one information and support and will guide you through the parts of our support that are most appropriate to you. I also run many of our support groups, workshops, and courses.

I’m here to listen – just come in.

Susan Swan

Centre:

Maggie's Glasgow

Position:

Cancer Support Specialist

My background is as a palliative care nurse specialist, working in both the hospice and the community for 16 years before joining the Maggie’s team in 2021.

I give one-to-one information and support and will guide you through the parts of our support that are most appropriate to you. I also run many of our support groups, workshops, and courses.

I’m here to listen – just come in.

Debbie Cook

Centre:

Maggie's Glasgow

Position:

Counselling Psychologist

I have worked in Maggie’s as a qualified Counselling Psychologist for over 12 years.  I can help if things are getting on top of you, if you're scared, worried or feeling down.

We can talk about things in a safe and supportive space, and you can see me in private, in a group or with your family.

Kirsten Kernohan

Centre:

Maggie's Glasgow

Position:

Clinical Psychologist

I have worked as a Clinical Psychologist in the NHS for over 20 years, initially with children and families and latterly in stroke psychology. As a qualified Clinical Psychologist, I can help if things are getting on top of you, if you're scared, worried or feeling down.

We can talk about things in a safe and supportive space, and you can see me in private, in a group or with your family.

Greg Brown

Centre:

Maggie's Glasgow

Position:

Benefits Advisor

I have worked for many years supporting people to maximise their income, including more than five at Maggie’s Glasgow. My knowledge spans all of the benefits system, from tax credits to Universal Credit, and from PIP to ADP. I’ll help you to understand what you’re entitled to, apply for it, and even represent you when something has gone wrong.

Kelly Swan

Centre:

Maggie's Glasgow

Position:

Benefits Advisor

I have worked for 13 years delivering benefits advice and supporting people to maximise their income.  I have a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the welfare, disability rights and social security system.  I can help you to understand what you’re entitled to, help you to fill out all the necessary forms, support you through the application process and offer appeal support if required. 

Grazia Zani

Centre:

Maggie's Glasgow

Position:

Stress & Relaxation Therapist

I run a variety of classes and courses, including relaxation, mindful movement and Managing Stress.  I also provide one-to-one  support and will guide you to understand more about the impact of stress and ways to manage stress and stressors in a more helpful way.

Heather McArthur

Centre:

Maggie's Glasgow

Position:

Centre Fundraising Manager

I make sure we raise enough money to keep our doors open for people with cancer.

I look after corporate partnerships, trusts and foundations, fundraising events and much more.

If you’d like to support us here, I’d love to hear from you.

Heather.mcarthur@maggies.org

Jennifer Blair

Centre:

Maggie's Glasgow

Position:

Centre Fundraiser

I’ve worked for Maggie’s for 5 years and I’m still consistently blown away by the incredible support we receive from the local community. My role is to support local businesses and organisations with their fundraising for Maggie’s and our amazing corporate volunteers who support us in the centre and at events. If your company would like to support Maggie’s with fundraising or volunteering, I’d love to hear from you.

Jennifer.blair@maggies.org

Iain Corcoran

Centre:

Maggie's Glasgow

Position:

Centre Fundraising Organiser

My role involves working closely within the local community to raise awareness about our centre and the support which it provides.  I assist supporters of Maggie’s when they are looking to organise their own event or achieve a fundraising goal. Please let me know if you would like to volunteer or fundraise for us, I would love to hear from you.

Iain.corcoran@maggies.org   

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Designed for you

Built in 2011, our striking centre is nestled among the woodland in the grounds of Gartnavel General Hospital. It is formed as a ring around a landscaped internal courtyard, with rooms that flow into one another while still remaining separate – perfect for the delivery of our cancer support.

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