We are currently following COVID-19 NHS Scotland Guidelines for patients wishing medical advice. 

The first contact you will have with the surgery is with our Patient Advisors who will triage your call and pass this to the GP.  The GP will then phone you back and if they feel you need to be seen face to face they will give you a time to come to the surgery. 

Do not attend earlier as you will be asked to wait outside until your appointment time. We appreciate this is frustrating, however, our staff are working hard and doing their best to keep everyone safe and we ask you to be respectful of this.  Thank you for your co operation.

NHS Borders Services – NHS Reception Tel. 01835-865200

Information about NHS Borders services can be obtained from NHS Borders Reception. NHS Borders services include:

    • Clinical Psychology

    • Community Nursing

    • Health Visiting

    • Hearing Aid Battery Service

    • Lifestyle Advice

    • Mental Health Services

    • Midwifery

    • Minor Injury Service (Casualties)

    • Nutrition and Dietetics

    • Occupational Therapy for the Elderly

    • Physiotherapy

    • Podiatry

    • School Nursing

    • Smoking Cessation

    • Speech and Language Therapy

    • Treatment Room Nursing (details below)

Treatment Room Nursing – NHS Reception Tel. 01835-865200

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 09:00 – 13.00

Tuesday, Thursday: 12:30 – 16:30

On 9th April 2007, NHS Borders took over direct responsibility for Treatment Room Nursing at Jedburgh for the following services: Casualties, Catheterisation, Compression Stockings, Continence Assessments, Dopplers, Dressings, Ear Syringing, ECG’s, Health Promotion, Hickman Line Procedures, Injections (Some), Minor Surgery, Removal of Stitches, Venepuncture (Hospital Consultant requested blood tests), Vitamin B Injections, Zoladex Injections.

The Treatment Room Nurse employed by NHS Borders is Mrs Margaret Muir. Locum cover is provided by NHS Borders Nurses.

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