PRACTICE INFORMATION - updates and changes to services    In order to provide important information re coronavirus and vaccination programmes on our home page you will now find the updates and changes to practice services in the clinics and services section of our website.  


Clinics & Services

Practice Nurses

The practice nurses possess a wide range of qualifications and see patients for general nursing procedures (dressings, stitch removal, ear syringing, first aid), health promotion, hormone therapy checks and contra­ception (including emergency contraception).

The following appointments are also available:syringe

  • Adult immunisations (for travel, please make an appointment at least six weeks in advance)
  • Influenza and pneumococcal vaccination
  • Cervical smears
  • Heart disease prevention / stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Asthma / respiratory
  • Dressingspregnant_lady1

Other Services provided by either the GP or Nurse

  • Antenatal and postnatal care
  • Child health surveillance
  • General contraception advice
  • Insertion and removal of Nexplanon
  • Removal of coil
  • Minor surgery
  • Minor injuries
  • Care of patients addicted to drugs

Child immunisations

Child immunisations are provided by a Nurse who works for a central team within the NHS providing this service.  The Nurse comes to the Practice to undertake the appointments.  This team provide all the information on appointments.  Should you need to re-arrange or cancel your appointment please telephone the number on the letter which is 0131 536 0465.

Neuroprogressive and Dementia Research Register

 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.

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