Please phone the surgery between 11am and 6pm Monday to Friday for you test results. It is very important for you to do this, as at busy periods it may take us a while to inform you. (more…)
We are now running clinics for the Influenze Immunisation [the ‘Flu Jab’] for patients over 65 and those in ‘At Risk’ groups. We are also taking names for the children aged 2-5 not already in school who wish to have the Nasal Flu. We also offer the Pneumoccal and Shingles vaccine to eligible patients. Please […]
Bowel Cancer. Don’t take a chance. Take the test Bowel cancer is the third most common cancer in Scotland after lung and breast cancer. As it is more common in people over 50 years of age, The Scottish bowel screening programme invites all men and woman in Scotland between the ages of 50 to 74 […]
General Practice is experiencing a period of unsustainable demand. This has been recognised by the Scottish Government and changes are being made to try and aleviate the pressure, however, these changes will take some time to have an effect. We will continue to try to provide a timely, high quality service despite the current pressures. […]
Many of you will be experiencing these symptoms. The vast majority are self-limiting viral infections for which no treatment is required. Antibiotics do not treat viral infections. Please see www.patient.co.uk for more information.
If you don’t pay for prescriptions then you can use the NHS Minor Ailments Service that is provided by your local pharmacy. This service can offer advice and treatment on a range of common problems, such as coughs, sore throats and backache. Ask your pharmacist about this service or pick up an information leaflet from […]