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If you believe you may be affected by Corona Virus - PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY - Call us on 0141 739 2556 or visit https://www.nhsinform.scot.uk for more advice or call NHS24 on 111 over the weekend period.

If you have been identified and considered to be at extremely high risk of severe illness with COVID-19 and received a letter from Dr Calderwood it has been suggested that you take a look at the following link for further advice and information

 

https://www.nhsinform.scot/illnesses-and-conditions/infections-and-poisoning/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-covid-19-shielding

 

Appointments

Routine Appointments

These may be made by telephone (0141 211 9045) or by calling at the surgery. Routine appointments may be made well in advance, which will enable us to offer you an appointment at a time more suitable to your requirements.

On-the-Day Appointments

These are available on the day and should be booked as early as possible. The times of these appointments are set in advance - it is not always possible to provide times requested by patients.

If You Cannot Keep an Appointment

Please inform us as soon as possible as this enables another patient to be seen. Failure to keep three appointments will result in a warning letter being sent to you - failing to keep a further appointment following this letter may result in your name being removed from the practice list.

Late Arrival

Anyone arriving after their appointment time no longer has an appointment, as the doctor/nurse has other patients booked. You will be required to make a new appointment.

NHS 24

Medical advice can be obtained, 24 hours a day, seven days a week from NHS 24.

New Telephone No: 111

Web address: www.nhs24.com

Minor Illness Service

Many local pharmacies can now provide treatment for many minor conditions without a doctor's prescription. If you experience a minor illness, check with the pharmacist - if they are unable to help they will advise you to see a doctor.

 
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