All COVID rules and restrictions have been lifted in Scotland, but the virus has not gone away. For the latest COVID-19 Guidance from The Scottish Government click here
To contact a nurse or GP click here
Before attending your appointment at The Group Practice, please confirm:
- You do not have a high temperature;
- You do not have any COVID or respiratory symptoms/infection;
- You have not been in recent contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID.
If you cannot confirm any one of the above statements, then please phone reception on 703145 before attending so we can make suitable arrangements for your care.
To book an appointment please phone 01851 703145 between 08.30 and 16.00.
Our GPs are carrying out their consultations by phone. If you require to be seen in person the GP will arrange this with you.
Please be aware that due to the increased demand for consultations our GPs may not phone you back on the same day. If your matter is urgent please let our receptionists know.
If you phone us on 01851 703145 between 16.00 and 18.00 and you need to speak to a GP, there will be a mobile number available and you can leave a message.
Masks, Social Distancing and Chaperones
Wearing a face mask is not mandatory in GP practices but patients are strongly advised to wear face coverings when attending for appointments as it is not always possible to maintain a 2 metre distance from other people.
By face coverings we do not mean a surgical or other medical grade mask but a covering of the mouth and nose that is made of cloth or other textiles and through which you can breathe, for example a scarf or religious head covering that covers the mouth and nose.
If you are bringing a chaperone to your appointment they will also be required to wear a mask during your consultation.
Find out more about …
- NearMe video appointment service
- Did you know you can self-refer?
- Tests and investigations
- Chaperone Policy
- Out of Hours
Why is the receptionist asking so many questions?
Our receptionists may ask you what your appointment is for. Please don’t be offended by this. They are simply asking so they can ensure you are seen by the most suitable member of our Clinical Team.
If you have an issue you would rather not discuss with the receptionist you can send the GP or nurse an eConsult form by clicking here.
|Out of hours||Contact NHS 24 by phoning 111 or visit www.nhs24.com|
|In an emergency||Phone 999|