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We have now introduced Vision Online Services for ordering repeat medication.  If you haven't done so already you will need to register for the new system.  Please click on the Prescriptions tab for further information.


Public Holidays:

The Surgery will be closed on the following dates:

Christmas - Tuesday 25th, and Wednesday 26th December 2018

New Year - Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd January 2019

We will re-open as normal on the Thursday morning following both closures

Please make sure you have sufficient medication to see you through holiday weekends.



Pre-bookable appointments will be available with a GP or a nurse on Monday and Thursday mornings from 07:10 till 08:30 am.


These appointments are for patients who work and are unable to attend surgery during normal surgery opening hours.




A major part of this problem is the number of wasted appointments.


Keeping treatment room and practice nurse appointments is just as important as with your GP.

If you are unable to keep an appointment, it is essential to cancel it as soon as possible, as we may be able to offer it to another patient.

From 6.00p.m to 8.00a.m. each weekday and from 6.00p.m. Friday to 8.00a.m. Monday, our ‘out of hours’ service is provided by NHS 24.

 If you require urgent advice during those hours, please call the practice telephone number as usual (01698 265 566), you will be given a telephone number for NHS 24 where a nurse will assess your symptoms.

The nurse advisor will then suggest an appropriate course of action. If you need to see a doctor, the nurse will arrange this for you at one of the Primary Care Out of Hours Centres. If you require further information on this service, leaflets are available at reception.

NHS 24 is a confidential telephone health advice and information service available across Scotland, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The helpline can be contacted by dialling 111 from any landline or mobile.

alternatively via the NHS 24 website:

In a serious medical emergency you should dial 999 for assistance.

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