Covid International Travel Enquiries
We are asking if patients can please refrain from contacting us regarding Covid vaccination passports or status certificates. We will not be able to provide any standard document as International certification standards have not yet been agreed.
The Scottish Government is working to support the re-opening of international travel once its safe to do so. They are working with other UK Nations and the World Health Organisation to agree a potential future Covid certification requirements for international travel.
As part of this, the Scottish Government are developing a technical solution that could allow people to access their Covid vaccination status directly.
SMS opt out
The practice is starting to update the way in which we contact patients regarding reminders and results. If you have a mobile number on file with ourselves we will start to send you an SMS (Text message) with any reminders that we need to inform you about and with any results from tests taken. If you would NOT like for this to happen and opt out, please get in touch with us and we will ensure that it is recorded.
We encourage all patients who are either registered carers or aged 65 years old or over to contact the surgery if you have not heard about receiving a Covid Vaccine. Can all other patients kindly be patient and await a phone call from ourselves to book your vaccine. We are currently working through lists in order of eligibility and will contact you when appointments are available. We are doing all we can in order to vaccinate everyone as fast as possible.
To keep updated on who is currently being vaccinated and for all other COVID-19 vaccine information, please visit http://www.nhsinform.scot/covid19vaccin. If you think you should have been invited to your vaccination by now, you can access the missing invites form at http://www.nhsinform.scot/covid-19-vaccine/invitations-and-appointments/missing-appointment-details. Your enquiry will then be looked into. You will receive a communication within a couple of days.
Patient's aged 60 to 64, or will be by 31 March 2021, were invited to get the free flu vaccine in early December. Patients in this age group who have already received a flu vaccine since September 2020 don't need to attend another flu vaccination appointment. Patient's aged 55 to 59 will not be invited for flu vaccination. Current levels of seasonal flu remain very low and the risks associated with flu are considerably lower than in previous years. Coronavirus is currently a greater risk within the community. As a result, Scottish Ministers have decided to prioritise the COVID-19 vaccination programme. People aged 55 to 59 will be invited for their COVID -19 vaccination as part of priority group 8 of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JVCI).
Covid 19 Update
Everyone at the practice would like to thank all our patients for their assistance and patience throughout the pandemic. We are all working very hard to ensure we provide an efficient and proactive service. As we have had to adapt to a new way of working we are busier than ever behind the scenes. We are continuing with the roll out of Covid vaccines and aim to phone patients whenever we have vaccines available.
We are also asking that patients do not call us with repeat prescription requests. We ask if patients can place their completed repeat form or a piece of paper with your name, date of birth and medications you require through our letterbox at the front of the building. We can also take the requests via email or through Patient Services. More information on Patient Services can be found under the 'Prescriptions' tab on our website.
Please note that we have 11 spaces designated for patient parking including 2 disabled spaces. Access is via Rosebank Street into Rosebank Mews. All patients and visitors to the health centre are therefore requested not to park in any area outside our designated spaces as these are areas owned by local residents and other businesses.
Patient Working Group volunteers wanted click here
We are currently looking for patients to volunteer to work with the practice on our Patient Working Group.
If you believe you could make a positive contribution to the future development of the practice please request an application form from the main reception desk. Should you wish further information please contact our practice manager.
Text Appointment Reminders information click here
The practice has commenced the introduce of SMS text appointment reminders direct to our patients mobile phones. Please ensure we hold your latest mobile phone number. If not please use the 'Contact Details' form on this website or contact the practice.
PUBLIC INFORMATION NOTICE – The practice is now closed to new registrations.
Opening Times - latest practice closure dates available on the " Opening Times " page.