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We are currently still following covid-19 NHS Scotland Guidelines for patient wishing medical advice.  This means the first contact you will have with the surgery is with our health 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.

New Patient Registration

If you are going to be resident in our area for three months or more, you may register with the Practice. To register you will need to come into the Practice and bring with you identification. If we cannot register you, the reason will be given to you.

Your registration will be with the Practice. You are however free to indicate a preference for the doctor whom you would normally like to consult and we will record such a preference. You may also at any time request to receive certain services from e.g. a male or female doctor. Please understand however that we may not be able to accommodate your requests due to e.g. part-time working, clinical rotas, workloads, absence, professional competencies, or where the preferred practitioner does not provide the service.

New Patient Assessments

All newly registered patients (over the age of 5 years) will be given a New Patient Health Questionnaire to complete at home, and will be invited to make an appointment for a New Patient Assessment. When you attend for your assessment, a clinician will review your questionnaire with you. This lets us get to know you and your medical needs.

 
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