What we offer

About us

Clyde Healthcare, established in 1999, provides valuable support in three main areas including healthcare, homecare, and occupational health services.

From our head office based in Glasgow, and second office in Stirling, we provide our various services to a wide range of public and private sector clients in Scotland. Clients include the NHS, local authorities, private care homes and elderly people in their own homes. Our occupational health services are provided to businesses in several industry sectors throughout the UK, and we are the leading provider of drug and alcohol testing to merchant navy officer trainees in the UK.

As each of our service areas is so unique, we have separate teams of staff who are qualified and experienced in their respective fields, ensuring that we deliver a high quality service in all areas of our business. We provide bespoke services that facilitate the demands of our clients including on-call services as an example.

Clyde Healthcare is part of the Clyde Group and works to high standards in all areas of our business. We are also registered with The Care Inspectorate (formerly Care Commission) who are the independent regulator of social care services across Scotland. The Care Inspectorate continually regulates and inspects our services to ensure we maintain a high quality, professional and reliable service.

Our service areas include:

Homecare Services in Glasgow and throughout Central Scotland

Clyde Healthcare has been registered to deliver homecare services to people living in the Glasgow area since 2007. There are many reasons why people choose to get extra support at home, whether through illness, age or disability. Find out more about care at home

Occupational health in Scotland and throughout the UK

Monitoring health can help reduce the risk of work related ill health and reduce sickness absence in the UK each year. Clyde Healthcare provides a wide range of occupational health services to businesses in many industries across Scotland and throughout the UK. Find out more about Occupational Health

Drug and alcohol testing in Scotland and throughout the UK

The need to screen personnel for drug and alcohol abuse is becoming more prevalent in an increasing number of occupations. Through our connections to the maritime industry, we provide valuable Drug & Alcohol testing services to UK seafarers, as well as other industry sectors. Find our more about D&A testing

Training for healthcare staff

We make sure all our nurses, care assistants and home care workers receive adequate training to enable them to offer the best possible care. Training courses are also offered to external organisations for their own staff training needs. Courses can be carried out in-house, or on premises elsewhere with minimum disruption to day-to-day operations. Find training course