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NEW - ONLINE APPOINTMENT BOOKING & REPEAT PRESCRIPTION ORDERING

From Tuesday 14 March 2017 we will be offering a new Patient Access Service which allows patients to book appointments online and order repeat prescriptions.  To Register to use the system, please collect your unique Pin Number and Information Leaflet at reception.  More information is available at Online Services tab below.


We are increasingly contacting patients via text. Please make sure we have your mobile number.


 **FOR LOTS OF USEFUL HEALTH ADVICE PLEASE SEE

WWW.NHSINFORM.SCOT**


Partnership Announcement

We are sorry to announce that Dr McPherson will be leaving us in July 2017. While he will be missed by patients and colleagues, we wish him every success in his new practice.

New Registrar

We welcome Dr A.Findlay who will be with us for a year until July 2018.

  

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NHS 24 - 111     Change of Phone Number

 Please note that the telephone number for NHS 24 has changed to 'Free to Call' 111 .

 

 

GP Training

General Practitioner Registrars/Trainees

The practice is a ‘training practice’ for doctors who have decided to specialise in General Practice. GP registrars are trainees fully qualified with hospital experience; they spend six months or a year with us, with a view to pursuing a career in General Practice. They provide a similar standard of care to the partners. Dr Harkins is the principal trainer and all of the partners are involved in training.

 

Medical Students

Dr McPherson tutors for Glasgow University Medical School. Medical students from the University and overseas are occasionally present during consultations; if so, you will be informed in advance at reception; if you have any objections, the students.

 

Video Recording For Training Purposes
On occasion you may be asked if you will allow your consultation with the GP trainee or one of the partners to be video-recorded for teaching purposes. Such a recording would normally be seen only by the trainee and one of the GP partners. Occasionally we may also seek your permission for the trainee to submit the recording for external assessment of their competence. Video recording will only ever be done with your explicit consent, and you may request that the recording be deleted afterwards if you do not wish it to be viewed in the way described.



 
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