"Treatment not yet available"

About: Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow / Neurology

(as a service user),

I believe Erenumab was approved by the Scottish Medicines Consortium in April 2019 for the treatment of migraine, yet almost a year later I understand this treatment is still not available.   I want to know when will it be available to me from the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow?  

Responses

Response from Elaine Burt, Chief Nurse, Regional Services, NHSGGC 3 months ago
Elaine Burt
Chief Nurse, Regional Services,
NHSGGC
Submitted on 20/02/2020 at 17:27
Published on Care Opinion at 17:27


Dear Jff,

Thank you for your feedback. I have discussed your post with the Clinical Services Manager Mr Graham Christie Clinical Services Manager for Neurology who has now secured the increased clinic capacity to run this service which he hope will commence in the next month.

Mr Christie would be happy for you to make contact with him as his team are keeping are keeping a database of patients who may be eligible. You can contact him via his secretary Julie Marshall on 0141 201 2833.

Kind Regards

Elaine Burt

Chief Nurse

Regional Services

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

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