About David Cargill House

Surrounded by parks, gardens and churches, David Cargill House is located within one of Glasgow’s finest Alexander “Greek” Thomson designed terraces in the heart of the West End.

Within easy reach of the city centre, close to public transport and within walking distance to the local shops, the House was converted in 1951 and has accommodation for up to 45 residents.

We aim to provide our residents with a relaxed, friendly environment. The House is staffed 24 hours a day by a caring and dedicated staff team who endeavor to maintain high standards of care in a homely atmosphere. Visiting hours are open with family and friends welcome to stay for lunch or dinner.

We recognise and appreciate that all our residents are individuals and we tailor our care provision to reflect this.

David Cargill House is a voluntary, non-profit organisation, and as a registered charity we accept donations to support our work. We hold regular fundraising events to support our programme of outings and trips for residents. If you would like to donate to the House you can do so online or give us a call to discuss how you can support us.

David Cargill House staff with one of our residents

Join our Team

Our friendly and dedicated team are at the heart of our excellent care provision. From activity coordinators to key care workers to chefs to maintenance we have a range of trained staff at the House.

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One of our residents at David Cargill House

Quality Assurance

David Cargill House (DCH) has been delivering quality care home placements in Glasgow for more than 60 years. We have a Quality Assurance Policy which is regularly reviewed by our Management. We operate a number of quality assurance processes that enhance service provision and the delivery of outcomes for our residents.

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Playing cards at David Cargill House

Care Inspectorate

David Cargill House is a voluntary, non-profit organisation administered by Glasgow Old People’s Welfare Association and registered with The Care Inspectorate, Glasgow City Council and The Scottish Social Services Council. These organisations independently assess and ensure that the home’s high standards are maintained.

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