Primary Care Trust, NHS Greater Glasgow

Reference HB106
Dates of Creation 1991–2005
Name of Creator Primary Care Trust, NHS Greater Glasgow (health administrative body: 1991–2005 : Glasgow)
Language of Material English
Physical Description 7.00 meters

Scope and Content

Minutes of board, teams and committees, 1997–2005;
Miscellaneous other records, 1991–2005

Administrative / Biographical History

The Trust was formed in 1993 as the Greater Glasgow Community and Mental Health NHS Trust. The Trust had responsibility for managing community and mental health services. In 2004, as part of the reintegration of the NHS, the Primary Care Division of NHS Greater Glasgow replaced the Primary Care Trust.

Arrangement
Arranged by series.

Conditions Governing Access
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Alternative Form Available
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Archivist's Note
Fonds level description compiled by Alistair Tough, 14 May 2019

Appraisal Information
Some records of the the Greater Glasgow Community and Mental Health NHS Trust were heavily contaminated with asbestos and had to be disposed of.  Other records have been appraised in accordance with standard procedures.

Custodial History
Records held within National Health Service prior to transfer

Accruals
No further accurals expected.

Related Material
HB 51: Records of Community / Primary Care Unit; HB 73: Records of Eastern District Hospital, Glasgow; HB 41: Records of Executive Council for City of Glasgow; HB 1: Records of Gartloch Hospital, Lanarkshire; HB 13: Records of Gartnavel Royal Hospital, Glasgow; HB 38: Records of Glasgow Schools Medical Service; HB 20: Records of Lennox Castle Hospital, Lennoxtown, Stirlingshire; HB 24: Records of Leverndale Hospital, Hawkhead, Renfrewshire; HB 55: Records of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde; HB 46: Records of Scottish Association of Executive Councils, Scotland; HB 30: Records of Woodilee Hospital, Lenzie, Dunbartonshire