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TUESDAY 19 & WEDNESDAY 20 SEPTEMBER

PLEASE NOTE WE WILL NOT HAVE ANY ACCESS TO OUR COMPUTER SYSTEM OR ONLINE SERVICES ON THESES DATES.  WE WILL BE OFFERING A REDUCED SERVICE FOR EMERGENCIES AS WE WILL NOT HAVE ACCESS TO PATIENT NOTES.  PATIENT ACCESS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON THESE DATES.  WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

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 .

 

 

Home Visits

All requests to be made on 0141 956 4334

 

If you require a house visit please call our dedicated line on 0141 956 4334. It is helpful if you contact the surgery before 10 am in order that the doctor can prioritise their list.

 

Visits are only for those who, in the doctor’s opinion, are too ill to be brought to the surgery. Lack of transport is not a reason for requesting a house visit. Please bear in mind that the average house visit, because of the time spent by the doctor travelling, takes as long as three consultations in the surgery. This affects the service which we can offer to other patients. Facilities at the surgery, including equipment for examination, are superior to those available in the doctor’s case.

 

The district nurses have a responsibility for, amongst others, the housebound elderly who require treatment and they should often be your first port of call. They can carry out many activities including changing catheters, blood tests, care of wounds etc.

 

We have ramp access at the front of the building and a side entrance offering wheelchair access and disabled toilet facilities.



 
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