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Welcome to Kirriemuir Medical Practice

We are an accredited GP training practice. This will mean at times a trainee doctor or nurse might be present during a consultation or indeed might see you themselves. They will always be supervised to ensuring we continue to train new doctors and nurses and you continue to get the best care.

PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND THE PRACTICE IF YOU HAVE RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS (cough, fever, lost of taste and or smell)

18/4/22  - A face covering must be worn when entering the Practice.

CORONAVIRUS VACCINATION PROGRAMME

Please check NHS Inform or our facebook page for up to date vaccination advice

If you would prefer to book an appointment please visit nhsinform.scot/vaccinebooking

 

Covid vaccination certificate  -   see NHS inform or

We hope that our website provides clear and concise information for our patients. It has been designed with the patient’s needs in mind: from checking surgery times to letting us know what you think of us.

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PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

Monday 2nd May 2022

Thursday 2nd June 2022

Friday 3rd June 2022

Monday 25th July 2022

 

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Staff Training

On the last Wednesday of every month between 1pm and 3pm the practice will be unavailable for routine enquiries.  

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HEARING AID DROP IN CLINIC - 1ST AND 3RD WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH

2 - 4PM IN THE HEALTH CENTRE.

"Near Me" Online Consultations

You can now request a video consultation with the Doctor.  Please request this when making an appointment.  You will be sent a link along with the date and time of your video appointment.

Online Booking  

NO ONLINE BOOKING AVAILABLE AT PRESENT 

Appointments, can now be booked online. To register for this service please access:-

https://kirriemuir-group-practice.appointments-online.co.uk or contact us for further information.

Changes to our appointment system

You can now be seen or talk to a wide range of professionals including a physiotherapist, a mental health support worker, a social prescriber or our Practice Pharmacist without speaking to a GP first.

Please ask the receptionist for details.

Our appointment system aims to allow patients to be seen in a timely manner. Please help us by booking ahead whenever you can.  Appointments for "today" are intended for those who are acutely ill and must be seen "today".

A Doctor will assess all requests to be seen "on the day".  The receptionist will ask you for a contact phone number and, if you are willing to say, a brief description of your problem.  The Doctor will then phone you back and depending on assessment, may offer:           

i) Help over the phone

                  ii) An appointment today with a suitable clinician for your issue

                  iii) An appointment on another day

We can now remind you about your appointment by text. If you have a mobile phone and would like a text reminder please advise us of your mobile number.

PLEASE ENSURE WE HAVE YOUR UP TO DATE CONTACT DETAILS INCLUDING EMAIL ADDRESS

 

Coughs, colds, sore throat

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BMA poster

 

 

P3 Patient Participation Virtual Network

Have you got views on how Practices operate?  see attached from RCGP

P3 Virtual Network 

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