Welcome to Modyrvale Medical Centre
This surgery website is used to present all our patients with up to date news and information about our practice, and hopefully signpost you to useful and current health information. We will keep it up to date with any developments or other details that we feel are relevant to you.
As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information. Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you feel there is any way we can improve our online services and further develop the content of this site to meet the needs of our patients.
FOR THE LATEST Covid-19 update from NHSInform.scot, click here
At Modyrvale we want to ensure the safety of all patients and staff throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. This means that our normal services will undoubtedly be affected as procedures are adapted to allow us to follow the current guidance provided. As NHS services start to return you will find things a bit different - the following video may be helpful Attending your GP Surgery
NHS Inform is the main source of updated information to the public in Scotland and can be accessed through the following link www.nhsinform.scot.
FURTHER INFORMATION CAN BE VIEWED ON THE NHS INFORM WEBSITE BY CLICKING here
You should contact NHS Scotland if you think you should have received an invitation to your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination appointment by now, or if you have lost your invitation letter. You can do this by completing an online form available here
LOOKING FOR A RECORD OF YOUR CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) VACCINATION STATUS?
Unfortunately GP Practices are unable to provide this information - Please click here (Covid 19 Status) to find out how to access your vaccination status online. All enquiries about vaccination status records should go to the national covid-19 status helpline on 0808 196 8565. It can take up to 14 days to rectify issues on vaccination records, so people should check their records as early as possible, before going on holiday or to an event.
CONTACTING THE SURGERY
To assist us in continuing to provide ongoing care in very difficult circumstances we have introduced a number of measures as follows:
Pre-bookable appointments and online booking of appointments have been temporarily suspended.
Our on the day appointment service is still available, however reception staff will need to ask you why you need a GP appointment, and this can include detailed information on your symptoms.
Initially you will be given a telephone consultation with the GP and it is likely that most patients will be able to have their care managed through this telephone consultation. If the GP needs to arrange for a face-to-face appointment he/she will do this by providing one of the following options for you:
A normal face-to-face appointment with the GP
A video link appointment from your phone/iPad or computer - NHS Lanarkshire Near Me by Attend Anywhere available here
Alternatively if you are in one of the “at risk” categories you may be asked to attend a special clinic appointment and details will be provided to you by the GP.
Extended hours appointments - these are currently taking the form of telephone consultations for people who work and cannot attend during normal working hours.
Phoning the Surgery – We are pleased to report we have recently upgraded our telephone system to provide additional incoming lines. Despite this the telephone lines remain very busy at peak times and we apologise that this can be very frustrating. Please note that if you are awaiting a phone call from the doctor it may display as "No Caller ID" on your phone.
Repeat medication – there is no change to the process for ordering your repeat medication however it would be helpful if you advise the reception team of your preferred pharmacy so that we can arrange for your prescription to be sent directly to the pharmacy. Note that the online repeat prescription system is still in use and anyone registered for this service can continue to order medication in the normal manner. Note that due to the demand on local pharmacies it may take longer than normal for your prescription to be ready and we would advise you to allow 4-5 working days.
Coronavirus advice - NHS Inform is the main source of updated information to the public in Scotland and can be accessed through the following link www.nhsinform.scot.
(Site updated 21/06/2022)