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Practice Closures: 

1300 - 1400 every Wednesday for Staff Training.

0800 - 1800  Monday 23rd September - NEW

0800 - 1800  Friday 19th October - NEW

1300 - 1800 Wednesday 30th October

1300 - 1800 Tuesday 12th November 

All Day - Wednesday 25th & Thursday 26th December - Public Holiday

All Day - Wednesday 1st January & Thursday 2nd January 2020 - Public Holiday

Apologies for any inconvenience caused. 

SMEARS - Please don’t ignore your next smear invite.  And, if you missed your last smear test, contact us to find a time that suits you.  All women aged 25-64 across Scotland are invited to have a cervical screening test every three years from age 25-49 and every five years from age 50-64. Please note that we now offer early morning appointments which many women find convenient to fit in around working patterns.

Continuity of Care

consultation.jpgDo you have trouble seeing the same doctor?

This information advises you how best to see the doctor that you want and whether you should see a doctor or a nurse.

Sometimes you may feel this doesn't matter, but for longstanding problems or those that are new and under investigation it may be best to see the same one or two doctors if possible.

Planning Appointments - should allow you to choose the doctor you want to see:

  • If you ask to see a doctor urgently it can be more difficult to see a named doctor as these appointments are given with the first available doctor. Many doctors are not in every day. If the problem can wait a few days you have more chance of choosing your doctor. 
  • The phone. Some problems can be dealt with (or a plan of action started) exclusively by telephone consultation.
  • The practice nurses and health care assistants can care for and follow up most long term conditions, and can involve the doctor in any treatment decisions. 
  • Please, only see the doctor for things that need the doctor. Other health care professionals in the practice can see you for a variety of problems or procedures. This helps make doctors more available to see patients for illness.

The Healthcare Assistants should see you for:

  • All blood tests, Blood pressure checks, ECG, Urine tests

The Practice Nurses should see you for:

  • Contraception checks, Smoking cessation, Travel vaccinations 

    Routine checks for Asthma/COPD, Heart, Stroke, Diabetes

As well as the normal wounds, dressings, stitches, cervical smears, coil checks, ear syringing, sexual health swabs, new patient checks.

  • Let the receptionist know & they can make your appointment with the correct person. 
  • When you make a nurse appointment you will be asked what the appointment is for. This is just to ensure that you will see a nurse who can provide the service you need.

Cancelling Appointments - if you are unable to attend is essential. Every week we lose on average 50 appointments because patients fail to turn up without letting us know. If you cancel an appointment that you cannot attend then we can use that appointment for someone else.

Some doctors don't consult every day. This list indicates when they usually consult:-

Dr Adam Syme

All week, except Mon

Dr Philip Kiln

Mon, Tue & Thu all day & Fri am

Dr Iain Kennedy

Mon, Wed & Fri all day

Dr Andrea Henderson

Mon, Tues, Fri all day & Thurs am

Dr Anna Mills

Mon, Wed, Thurs all day

Dr Akash Devendra

Wed pm, Thurs all day

Dr Lawrie Spence

All week, except Mon

Dr Lorien Cameron-Ross

Mon, Tues, Wed all day

Dr Paul McMullan

Thurs, Fri all day

Dr Michelle Mehers

Tuesday all day

Dr Eilidh Barr

Mon, Tues all day

Nurse Jo

All week except Wed

Nurse Kathleen

Wed, Thu & Fri all day

Nurse Jean

Mon, Tue, Wed all day

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