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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.

Flu Clinics


Influenza – flu – is a highly infectious and potentially serious illness caused by influenza viruses. Each year the make-up of the seasonal flu vaccine is designed to protect against the influenza viruses that the World Health Organization decide are most likely to be circulating in the coming winter. The flu vaccinations are usually available from the middle of September until the end of March, but the surgery has a limited supply and tries to carry out all the flu vaccinations by the end of December. 

During the winter months the surgery operates a certain amount of walk in clinics where the patients that are eligible for the vaccine can attend.




Tuesday 8th Oct

 17.00pm – 19:00pm


Thursday 17th Oct

08.30am – 11.00am


Friday 25th Oct

7.30am – 9.30am


Monday 18th Nov

17.00pm – 19:00pm





Who is entitled to the flu vaccine?

  • Patients aged 65 years and over
  • Chronic respiratory disease aged six months or older
  • Chronic heart disease aged six months or older
  • Chronic kidney disease aged six months or older
  • Chronic liver disease aged six months or older
  • Chronic neurological disease aged six months or older
  • Diabetes aged six months or older
  • Immunosuppression aged six months or older
  • Those living in long-stay residential care homes or other long-stay care facilities where rapid spread is likely to follow introduction of infection and cause high morbidity and mortality
  • Unpaid Carers and young carers
  • Pregnant Women - at any stage of pregnancy


Click on link before for more information:


1 Influenza vaccine - This vaccine is free to all patients 65 years and over and to patients considered to be at risk.  All over 65's will receive a letter from the Health Board.  Any patient who is eligible should attend the surgery at one of the drop in clinic therefore no appointment is necessary.  If you already have an appointment around this time, the clinician may be able to vaccinate you during this appointment. More information is available on the flu link on the right hand side of the page .


2 Fluenz - This influenza vaccine is intended for children.  It is being offered to all children normally at risk and all pre school children (aged 2 and above). Please note there is now a programme being delivered in the primary schools for Primary 1 - 7 year old children. All parents will receive a letter and a leaflet explaining the vaccine. Please call the surgery to book an appointment at one of our Childrens Flu clinics, if your child does not attend school. If your child is less than 18 years of age and 'at risk' they may be offered Fluenz (nasal flu vaccine).

More information is available on the flu link on the right hand side of the page .


3 Zostavax - This vaccine is for the prevention of Shingles.  There is also a limited supply of this vaccine and for that reason this year it is being offered to patients aged 70-73 and 76 - 70 on the 1st September. Please make an appointment with Sister Bennet or Waterfield to have this vaccination.

More information is available here:


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