The Surgery will be closed from 1pm on Thursday 17th June for essential Training.  Should you have a medical emergency that cannot wait until the practice reopens on Friday 18th June at 0825am, please contact the Ayrshire Urgent Care Service on 01563 826930.  Your call will be assessed by a GP where appropriate between the hours of 1pm and 5:30pm.  If the GP feels during the telephone assessment that you require to be seen face to face between these hours you will be seen at the Practice or offered an appointment after 6pm at your local Ayrshire Urgent Care Centre.

Please note that this telephone number is only active on GP Practice training days and will not be able to be used after this date.

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


General Practice Pharmacy Team  

We have a pharmacy team consisting of a practice pharmacist and a pharmacy technician who work within the surgery (on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday) and are there to help you to use your medicines safely and effectively by: 

  • Helping you manage long term conditions 
  • Discussing medicine concerns with you- for example, side effects 
  • Providing clinics to review your regular medicines 
  • Offering solutions if you are affected by medicine shortages 
  • Checking test results to ensure your medicines are still appropriate 
  • Liaising with health and social care partners to enhance your care 

If you would like to have a medication review, discuss your prescription or have any medicine queries please book an appointment via the practice. 

Community Links Practitioners

Our Community Links Practitioners runs a Clinic within the Surgery. She is able to help you work through a wide range of concerns you may have regarding keeping well in the community and is here to help you improve your health and wellbeing, through connecting you with activities and services in the area.

· Training, volunteering and employment
· Self-management of health
· Money and welfare support
· Local activities and hobby groups
· Housing issues

If you wish to self-refer ask the practice receptionist or GP for further information.

Community Nurses

The district nursing service provides care to our patients who are unable to come to the Practice or are housebound.

The district nurse can be contacted on 01292 513875.

Community Team

Social work – 01292 281993

Health Visitors

Emma Bruce

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.

Child Immunisation Programme

The practice offers all immunisations covered within the under 5 year old child programme. These clinics are held on every alternate Thursday morning by appointment. 

Attached Staff

Gail Blockley


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

Patricia McCormack

Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN)

Our CPN sees 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.

Colin Walker

Hospice Nurse

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.

Michelle Robertson

Mental Health Practitioner 

If you are between the age of 18-64 and have a non-urgent mental health problem, then make an appointment with our mental health nurse practitioner (MHP) – Michelle Robertson, who can see you for assessment of your mental health and further signpost or refer you to other services.

The MHP service will provide:

·        Possible telephone triage to ascertain clinical need/priority

·        Face to face mental health screening/assessment appointments

·        Sign posting/ onward referral to the most appropriate service

·        Psycho education for patients


Please note: the MHP service does not provide:

·        Fit notes

·        Prescriptions


Already known to Mental Health Services?

If you are already known to mental health services you should contact your local health team directly.

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