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ATTENTION !

Due to health and safety risk, patients are reminded that the disabled and emergency area at the entrance to the surgery and Hame fae Hame is strictly NOT A DROP OFF POINT.

parking for disabled badge holders and access for  emergency vehicles only.

Thank you for your cooperation

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Bookable on the day appointments

Please note that bookable on the day appointments are for acute medical conditions only.  Please book ahead for any other conditions.

Thank you.

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Care Navigation

Receptionists make the most of patient appointments with GP's and nurses, like all practice staff they are bound by confidentiality, and are asked by doctors to ask patients reasons for their appointment requests. Please help our receptionists help you if they ask you for information when you call.

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Travel Vaccinations from 20th June 2019

Please find information under the "Travel Vaccinations (10)" below

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Community service at the pharmacy:    pharmacy

From 15th January 2018 community pharmacists will be able to treat the following conditions.

  • Urinary tract infections (uncomplicated) in ladies between the ages of 16 - 65 years.
  • Impetigo 

If you have symptoms of either of these please call your local pharmacy.

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PATIENT ESCORTS:  

Please note guidelines for patient escort process is under the "Travel Escorts" link in the "Further Information" below.

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Prescription Ordering Service.

Please contact us for access codes and instructions.

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NHS 24 number is 111.

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Emergency Care Summary

keyboard_stethoscopeEvery patient in Scotland now has an Emergency Care Summary (ECS) containing basic information about your current medication allergies.

Your ECS can only be looked at by authorised staff in Out-Of-Hours centres, Accident and Emergency Departments, and at NHS 24.  They will ask for your permission to view your ECS unless you are too ill to give permission.  In this case staff may be able to view it anyway, in the interests of your safety.

Having an ECS should make your care easier and safer.  However. You have the right to remove your ECS from the system.  If you don’t want to have an ECS, please contact reception.



 
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