This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.
 

Noticeboard

IF YOU HAVE A COVID-19 RELATED QUERY BUT YOU HAVE NO SYMPTOMS THEN PLEASE VISIT nhsinform/coronavirus or


PHONE 0800 028 2816


IF YOU HAVE COVID-19 SYMPTOMS INCLUDING A NEW CONTINUOUS COUGH OR FEVER THEN SELF ISOLATE AT HOME FOR 7 DAYS, FAMILY MEMBERS WITH NO SYMPTOMS MUST ISOLATE AS WELL FOR 14 DAYS, EVEN IF THEY ARE WELL.


DO NOT CONTACT YOUR GP PRACTICE


VISIT nhsinform/coronavirus FOR MORE INFORMATION


IF YOU FEEL YOUR CONDITION IS WORSENING AND YOU ARE STRUGGLING TO COPE WITH SYMPTOMS THEN PHONE 111


IF YOU HAVE A NON COVID-19 RELATED MEDICAL PROBLEM THAT IS WORSENING AND YOU NEED TO SPEAK TO A DOCTOR THEN PHONE 01383 850212/01383 850293


THIS LINE WILL OPERATE FROM 8AM TO 6PM MONDAY TO FRIDAY


IF YOU REQUIRE TO ORDER REPEAT PRESCRIPTION OR HAVE A PRESCRIPTION OR MEDICATION QUERY, BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 10AM TO 3PM MONDAY TO FRIDAY


PHONE 01383 855113


YOUR CALL WILL NOT BE ANSWERED OUTWITH THESE TIMES

Inzievar Medical Practice

Consultations are by appointment only.

It does help to present the Doctor with one problem at each consultation rather than saving them up. We do try and keep to time with our appointments but on occasion delays are unavoidable. You will be notified if this occurs.

An appointment is for one person only - always book a separate appointment for any other members of your family who wish to see the doctor.

Please let us know if you are unable to attend a booked appointment as soon as possible because even at short notice the appointment may be offered to another patient.

Urgent Appointments

We have allocated emergency appointments which are available on the day. These are only to be used for medical emergencies, something that cannot wait for a routine appointment.

Chaperones

During intimate examination you are entitled to ask for a chaperone to be present.

Students

We are actively involved in teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate students who are attached to our practice for periods throughout the year. We feel the training of these students is an important part of ensuring the future of General Practice and the NHS. You should always be asked if you are happy for a student to be present during your consultation. If you do not feel comfortable with this they will be asked to leave. Any decision regarding the presence of students will in no way adversely affect your care.

 
NHS ScotlandThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website