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FLU Vaccination appointments are available to book

For information and to book an appointment

Please ask at  Reception or call on 01382 580264

We will be offering Pneumococcal and Shingles Vaccinations to eligible patients January 2020 ( subject to vaccine availability)

 

ONLINE SERVICES  

Our online service offers you the flexibility to book and cancel Doctor appointments and order repeat prescriptions via the internet.  Please ask at reception for a registration form or download the form here 

Are you aware you can book an appointment with our Mental Health Specialist without seeing a GP first?

This service is available for patients aged 16-64 who are not currently being seen by NHS Mental Health Services. If you are worried about your mental health, feeling overwhelmed or low and needing to talk to someone about seeking relevant support please ask the receptionist for an appointment with our mental health specialist. 

  

 

 

 

 

 

When We Are Closed

red_clockA doctor is always on call to deal with emergencies. Our surgery is part of NHS24, and out of hours cover is now the responsibility of NHS Tayside.

When the surgery is closed telephone 01382 580264. You will hear a recorded message that will tell you how to contact the EMERGENCY SERVICE (please have a pen and paper ready).

Your call will be taken by an experienced, trained call handler who will determine the help you require. Once your details have been taken the call handler will transfer you to a trained nurse who may give you advice, arrange emergency services, or arrange for you to see a doctor.

Further advice and information can also be obtained from NHS24 on telephone number 111 or web address www.nhs24.com.

NHS24 out-of-hours services are generally very busy and we ask patients to only contact them if they genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

In the case of an emergency you should call 999. 

 

 
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