If you are eligible for the covid 19 booster please contact the practice to book an appointment.

Please see below the link to the Scottish Government website for information on how patients can now access their vaccination status without the need to contact their GP Practice.

Patients will be able access their Covid-19 Vaccination status online, by logging on to  For those patients unable to access the information online they can call the freephone Covid Status helpline to request their vaccination status which will be sent to them in the post.  The Freephone number is 0808 196 8565.

Patient satisfaction questionnaire

We would be grateful if you would complete this questionnaire about your visit/telephone consultation at the Practice today.  Feedback from this survey will enable us to identify areas that may need improvement. Your opinions are therefore very valuable.

Please forward the completed questionnaire to

General information on the Covid-19 vaccine is available here.

Community Team Clinics

District Nurses - Tel: 01292 513875

In addition to providing a nursing service to or patients at home, our District Nurses also run a clinic weekly in the surgery, mainly for dressings. They often fill in for our practice nurse during holiday periods. They provide over 75 screening, blood and urine investigations and general nursing care to those patients who are too ill and frail to attend the surgery. The District Nurse can be contacted on 01292 513878.

Health Visitors - Tel: 01292 885556

As well as providing support and advice to parents of our under 5s, our Health Visitor carries out developmental assessments. The Health Visitor is usually available for advice and can be contacted through their office on 01292 885532; normally the answer phone is on but if you leave a message they will return your call as soon as possible.

Midwifery Services - Tel: 01292 285893


Our dietician runs a clinic monthly in the surgery for all aspects of dietary advice. She is also involved in giving our diabetic patients advice at the diabetic clinic. Additionally, she will see patients at home when necessary. Appointments are made via the Practice.

Community Psychiatric Nurses (CPNs)

Our community psychiatric nurses (CPNs) see our patients with a range of conditions from anxiety and phobias to severe mental illness. They provide support within the community to our patients and provide a valuable liaison with our hospital colleagues. We also have a dedicated CPN for the elderly who provides the same service but also deals with the problems more unique to our elderly population. Referrals are initially made after assessment by the doctors.

Hospice Nurse - Tel: 01292 269200

Our hospice nurse works with all members of our practice team and is responsible for the home care of patients referred to the Hospice. They provide help and support and are a valuable link between the hospice and the doctors in the practice in the care of our patients. Once referral has been made they can be contacted directly on 01292 269200.

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