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**May Bank Holiday Update:  The practice will be open on Monday 25th of May. Opening times are as normal **

We are continuing to follow the advice provide by Health Protection Scotland regarding the latest developments with Coronavirus. Please see below for updated information. 

**For advice and information about the Coronavirus please click the link below**

**PLEASE NOTE: The emergency clinic at 11 AM has now been suspended for the time being. Also the online booking system has now been suspended. If you wish to make an appointment please telephone the surgery**

We would like to remind all our patients that Antibiotics are not effective for viral illnesses or will not prevent viruses developing 

**NHS Inform - for advice and information on common illness and complaints please go the the website nhs inform **

We offer 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.

Surgery Opening Times

Monday:08:30 to 12:3014:00 to 18:00
Tuesday:07:00 to 12:3014:00 to 18:00
Wednesday:07:00 to 12:3014:00 to 18:30
Thursday:08:30 to 12:3014:00 to 18:00
Friday:08:30 to 12:3014:00 to 18:00



All appointments are currently made in person, over the phone on 0141 956 1339 or online.  Appointments cannot be made before 8:30am.




We have simplified the type of appointments that you can pre book into 3 categories: 


1. Bookable in advance up to 4 weeks

These appointments are 10 minute slots and can be booked up to 4 weeks in advance. You can request your preferred doctor and there are a variety of time slots over the week ranging from 7am to 6:30pm on set days. 

2. Book for the next working day 

There will be a number of appointments released at 8.30am everyday for the following morning and afternoon (Note the days we are open at 7:00am you cannot book 24 hour appointments until 8:30). You can request your preferred doctor. These are not emergencies.

3. Emergency on the day 

Medical emergency appointments will be available on the day in the morning and the afternoon. We cannot book an emergency appointment before 8:30am. We advise to call at 8:30am for these appointments. You cannot request your preferred doctor and will be asked by a member of reception for brief symptoms.

Emergency Clinic 

In addition to prebookable appointments and on the day emergency appointments, we will continue to run the daily Emergency Clinic from 11.00am. (note check in begins no earlier than 10:55am and no later than11.30am)This service offers a 5 minute slot with the first available doctor. The doctor will only be able to deal with 1 acute emergency medical issue. We ask that you phone the surgery in the morning if you wish to attend. There are 2 reasons for this: 1) we may be able to offer an appointment or cancellation that day, and 2) it gives us an idea of how many patients will be attending.

Please note patients will be prioritised on medical needs as such you may have a lengthy wait. You will be asked by a receptionist when check in for some brief symptoms. This is to assist the doctors as patients deemed more unwell may be seen as a priority.


Test Results/General Enquiries

We are also requesting that patients looking for test results or general enquiries call the surgery in the afternoon (after 2:00pm). This allows us to deal with appointment booking, housecall requests and emergencies more efficiently from 8.30am.


House Calls - line 0141 956 4334 (HOUSECALL REQUESTS ONLY)

If you require a house call please contact the surgery as early in the day as possible to allow the doctor to prioritise the calls. Any request for a housecall will be triaged by a doctor and are generally only for those who are housebound of for whom, in the doctor’s opinion, it would be medically inadvisable to attend the surgery. Although we are happy to make housecalls we would ask you to consider that the average housecall takes as long as three consultations in the surgery. Please note that it is not possible to request a specific doctor.

In the event of an emergency, or if you are in any doubt, please call 999.

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