New Patient Registration
We are happy to accept new patients to the practice. Click here to view our practice area
As from May 2013 all new patients may be asked to provide photographic identification. This is to enable NHS National Services Scotland to confirm eligibility to lawfully register with a GP and for the purposes of prevention, detection, and investigation of crime, relevant information will be disclosed to the NHS Business Services Authority, NHS National Services Scotland, the Home Office, Identity and Passport Service, HM Revenue and Customs, the General Register Office and Local Authorities.
We may require you to make an appointment as there is often a delay in obtaining medical notes from your previous GP, so any medical problems or repeat medication can be recorded and the move from your old practice is made easier.
New patients may be asked to make an appointment to be seen if they require medication or have a complicated medical history.
Change of Details
If you change address please notify us as soon as possible. Please also inform us of all family members who have moved, this should include contact numbers. If under the care of a consultant, the patient should also notify the hospital.
Guide to GP Services
The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them. You can download the guide below.
A Patient Guide to GP Services