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By asking a few simple questions, a GP receptionist can help identify which member of the practice team is best for your needs. Patients do not always need to see a Doctor as we have Advanced Nurse Practitioners, a Mental Health Nurse, Pharmacist and a Community Link Worker all attached to the practice. This video…

The Community LINK WORKER (Social Prescriber) can be contacted at this practice via a prebooked telephone appointment. Their aim is to help improve people’s health and wellbeing by making local connections between people and the services available in their community. They support patients to identify problems and issues they are experiencing and to talk about…

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Patients please note that the surgery will be closed on the following dates for Public Holidays: 2022 Friday 15th April 2022 and Monday 18th April 2022 Monday 2nd May 2022 Friday 3rd June 2022 Friday 26th August 2022 Friday 16th September and Monday 19th September 2022 Monday 26th December 2022 and Tuesday 27th December 2022…

Coronavirus

DO NOT ATTEND YOUR GP SURGERY. PLEASE SEND AN eCONSULT or TELEPHONE FIRST. The Scottish Government requires General Practice and other healthcare settings to have different infection control and physical distancing guidance to other places such as hospitality and shops. You will be asked certain questions by staff to reduce the risk of transmission. This…

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From 17th May 2021, we are asking patients to use the eConsult programme as the first point of patient contact. This is available via this webpage. Please complete an eConsult and a Clinician with get back to you within one working day. Parents can complete on behalf of their child. The eConsult system will be…

Anxiety

We now have a Mental Health Practitioner within the practice. They are available to work with patients, providing assessment of possible mental health issues on a Monday and Thursday. If you wish more information, please contact reception, or send and eConsult.

Main Switchboard:      01294 463838

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By asking a few simple questions, a GP receptionist can help identify which member of the practice team is best for your needs. Patients do not always need to see a Doctor as we have Advanced Nurse Practitioners, a Mental Health Nurse, Pharmacist and a Community Link Worker all attached to the practice.

This video explains the role of the receptionist and highlights the wider healthcare team: https://youtu.be/lsYgGXCFiRI.