“I think that if they had a doctor in there, they would have got an ambulance immediately.
“The girl who was supposed to be doing the examination never brought out a stethoscope or anything. They just put him in the room next door and that was the last we saw of her.”
An Atos spokesman said: “We would like to express our condolences to Mr McGarvey and
As soon as we were made aware that Mr McGarvey had taken ill, we offered our assistance and called for an ambulance.”
A spokesman for the Scottish Ambulance Service said: “The call was clinically triaged as a non-emergency based on detailed information provided by the caller.