- General management of medical conditions
- Disease monitoring
- Cervical screening
- Contraceptive services
- Vaccinations & immunisations
- Child health surveillance
- Near patient testing
- Health promotion
- Referral to other services
- Care of temporary residents and emergency care where considered appropriate.
Antenatal and post-natal clinics run on Wednesdays in partnership with the Community Midwifery Team. Please contact reception team for more information.
Click here for the Immunisation Scotland website which provides a helpful guide to vaccinations available in Scotland.
Routine childhood immunisations are now carried out by the Health Visiting Team. Please direct any questions or queries to them on 0141 207 7459.
Depending on supplies we aim to start this programme September/October each year. Patients 65+ and those with a chronic illness e.g. Diabetes, Kidney Disease, Immunosurpressed qualify for a free immunisation every year.
Please see our Influenza HealthGuide for further information.
Our Practice Nurse will be happy to advise you about immunisations required. Please remember that we are restricted to prescribing under NHS regulations e.g. Hepatitis A, Diphtheria and Polio. You should contact a private immunisation clinic for immunisations not mentioned. For further information on this service please click here.
All women aged 25-64 across Scotland are invited to have a cervical screening test every three years from age 25-49 and every five years from age 50-64. Please make an appointment with our Practice Nurse.
Patient Charges (Non-NHS Services)
Patients should be aware that fees may be charged for services not covered by the NHS contract. These include private certificates, reports supporting private health insurance claims and other non-NHS medical reports. Medical reports and examinations for insurance companies are usually paid for by the insurance company concerned.
Fees may be charged for examinations for other special purposes such as, for example, HGV and PSV licences, elderly drivers, fitness to drive, fitness to travel, kibbutz medicals, fitness to undertake certain sports and pre-employment medicals. The fee scale is recommended by the BMA and details are available from reception.