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It has come to our notice that some patients think there is a shortage of Flu Vaccines. We would just like to confirm that this is NOT the case. We have sufficient supply of the vaccine and our main clinic will go ahead on Saturday the 6th of October. We welcome you to contact us and make your appointment.

The practice would like to welcome our new GP Dr Mhairi Findlay. She will start consulting from the week commencing 10th September.

From 23rd April 2018 the open surgery in the afternoon will run from 2pm to 3pm.

See consulting times under the "opening hours" tab to see when each doctor is consulting

Patients who are visiting and staying in the Practice area may be seen at the Practice as Temporary Residents.  Anyone requiring to be seen by a doctor should attend the Practice and complete the necessary forms to allow the reception staff to temporarily register you on the Practice computer system.

Once your details have been recorded you will be able to see a doctor for a consultation.  This will generaly mean that you will have to wait until the next available surgery session before being seen.

Visitors from Overseas will be asked to provide proof of identity in the form of a passport. If you are exempt from NHS charges you will be required to provide the appropriate evidence eg. An EHI1 Card, Visa documentation, employer letter etc.
If you are not sure whether you are eligible for treatment on the NHS please contact the Surgery and the staff will advise you.


Anyone not eligible for treatment on the NHS can be seen as a private patient and pay for a consultation and prescription charges.

 
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