Nursing Team

The nursing team possess a wide range of qualifications and see patients for chronic disease management reviews such as diabetes, COPD, asthma, heart disease prevention/stroke as well as general nursing procedures (smears, dressings, stitch removal, first aid), health promotion, hormone therapy checks and contra­ception (including emergency contraception).


Other Services provided by either the GP or Nursing team

  • Insertion and removal of Nexplanon
  • Removal of coil
  • Minor surgery
  • Minor injuries
  • Care of patients addicted to drugs


As per the Scottish Government, from 1 April 2022, over 99% of vaccinations will be moving away from General Practice and will instead be delivered by community teams run by individual health boards instead. To preserve patient safety and continuity, all vaccine schedules initiated in General Practice will be completed by General Practice e.g., second dose Shingrix and the remaining re-vaccinations following stem cell transplant.

This change will include the following: travel health and travel vaccines, pneumococcal vaccine for aged 65 and over, at risk adults and at risk children, Shingles vaccine, vaccines for students, vaccinations for children and school pupils and unscheduled vaccinations (such as MMR, HepA and HepB), post stem cell transplant (provided their vaccination course was not started by General Practice), post-exposure vaccines and vaccines for those at risk (including occupational risk).


The following document explains, in further detail, the vaccination criteria for patients for each vaccine type, how referrals can be made for the vaccination appointment and the contact details for patients to use in order to book appointments. 

Community Vaccinations: Referral Pathway and Contact Details


Child Immunisation Sevices are provided by Nurses employed directly by the Central Community Vaccination team within the NHS. Appointments are normally carried out in the practice on Fridays and are arranged by this team directly by letter or by contacting them on 0131 312 1860. Please note: the practice does NOT have access to their appointments diary and we would therefore ask you to contact this team directly using the number above if you need to cancel or reschedule appointments, 


Are you affected by Neuroprogressive Conditions?

NRS Neuroprogressive and Dementia Network (NRSND Network) is the leading NHS organisation in Scotland for clinical research into memory impairment, dementia and other neuroprogressive conditions, such as Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease and Motor Neurone disease (MND).

The network runs a portfolio of clinical trials that are investigating the effects of new treatments and questionnaire-based studies that can be competed at home.

Are you interested in taking part in clinical research?

We are asking people that have a neuroprogessive condition and are interested in taking part in research studies to sign up to our Permissions To Contact scheme (PTC scheme).

By providing the network with your contact details, network staff can contact you about research studies that you are suitable for and you can decide whether or not to take part.

Signing up to the PTC Scheme you only agree to be contacted about relevant studies.

For further information please contact the NRSND Network either by email: or by phone on 01382 423086 and leave your name and contact details and someone from the network will get back to you.


NHS inform has a lot of resources to help with your mental health, whether you're looking for advice, information, local support, or ideas for improving your wellbeing.

Remember, your mental health is just as important as your physical health.

NHS Inform - You Matter, We Care

Tips for mental wellbeing whilst staying at home  Mental wellbeing tips

Help with anxiety videos and resources   Anxiety videos and resources

Mind UK  Help with your wellbeing whilst at home   Wellbeing whilst you are at home

Young minds - how to talk to children about coronavirus for parents   Tips for talking to children about coronavirus

Podcast from British GP, Dr Chatterjee, about coronavirus related anxiety and tips for managing this  


If you are wondering how health services are different as a result of coronavirus or which service is right for you please see NHS Inform - Community Health

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