PLEASE ALLOW UP TO 48 HOURS (2 WORKING DAYS) BETWEEN ORDERING AND COLLECTING YOUR PRESCRIPTION
You can now register for on-line repeat prescriptions ordering and making some appointments. See separate link on home page.
Any repeat medication (i.e. medication that appears on the right hand side of your prescription) can be ordered by handing in your slip or by telephone—these can be processed within 24 hours (i.e. the following day after 2pm).
For results / prescriptions / enquiries, please call the surgery after 11am to leave the lines free before this time for those requesting an appointment.
If the required medication is not mentioned on the right side of your prescription, then this is not a repeat medication. A doctor may decide that it would be better to see you or speak to you before issuing these non-repeat medications, therefore it is advisable for you to ensure a prescription has been issued before coming to the practice to collect it. Please allow up to 48 hours for these requests to be processed.
Some pharmacies will order and collect repeat prescriptions on your behalf. Please ask you pharmacist whether they offer this service.
We have a health board appointed prescribing support pharmacist who works in the practice one day a week.
Important Notice. GPs and their teams cannot issue vaccination exemption certificates. Further information on the vaccination exemption certificates scheme, including information on safe vaccination and routes to obtain an exemption can be found on the Scottish Government and NHS Inform websites. Alternatively you can phone the free NHS Covid helpline on: 0808 196 8565. Dr Gregor Smith Chief Medical Officer.View Details
Flu vaccinations are NOT being given at the practice this year. Information on how you obtain your flu vaccination is available here. Please do not call the practice for information as we are no longer responsible for delivery of flu vaccinations and therefore cannot provide information. As always, we encourage you to consider getting vaccinated.
The practice cannot provide you with a covid vaccination passport but you can find out how to get one here.View Details
The covid-19 vaccination programme is underway in Greater Glasgow and Clyde. Some groups are being vaccinated at the GP practice and others are being vaccinated elsewhere by the healthboard. We encourage you to get vaccinated. More info can be found here.View Details