Dumbarton Health Centre has reopened today, Thursday, after its temporary closure yesterday.

Part of the centre, in Station Road, was closed as a safety precaution by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service after an electrical power surge.

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde have reopened the facility, with GPs and  their teams working to provide a full service.

The NHS said some clinics may be busier with more patients in attendance and that people's patience was appreciated.

They apologised for any inconvenience.

A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said it was alerted at 10.06am on Wednesday, May 29 to reports of a smoke detector activation at Dumbarton Health Centre.

He added: “Operations Control mobilised one fire engine to the scene and firefighters thoroughly checked for signs of fire.

“Crews left the scene after ensuring that the area was safe.”