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Appointments are available all day. Please phone 0345 337 9933 for surgery times of individual doctors and clinics run by our nurses.

Please telephone before NOON if possible for an appointment. You may consult with any of the doctors. This way, you can have the greatest choice of appointment time.

Emergency Cases: Any emergency case will always be seen the same day.

Test Results are available after 2pm.

Cancelling your Appointment
If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone the practice on 0345 337 9933 to cancel your appointment.

Training Afternoons

Wednesday 6 & Thursday 21 February 2019 - Wednesday 6 & Tuesday19 March 2019 from 1 - 5 pm

There will be an emergency service available between these times please call 0345 337 9933 - The doors will be closed at this time.

Surgery Closures

Monday 22 April 2019 closed all day

Monday 6 May 2019 closed all day

Please contact NHS 24 on 111

closed_signWhen the Surgery is Closed: 

After normal surgery hours, emergency medical cover is provided by NHS24 and GMED. 

If you have an urgent medical problem when the surgery is closed please ring 111.

A health professional is always available for advice, or you may be asked to attend the Primary Care Centre at Chalmers Hospital, Banff or Turriff Hospital. If you are too seriously ill to travel, a doctor will visit you at home.

In an emergency situation i.e. vomiting blood, acute chest pain, severe breathlessness, dial 999 immediately. The GP's are no longer responsible in providing out of hours care for their patients.

NHS 24

Highly skilled nurses are at hand 24 hours a day to give expert advice you can contact them direct on: 111 or visit their website for further information:  

Accidents and Injuries

Any injuries or cuts can be seen at the Casualty Department at Chalmers Hospital, Banff if they have occurred in the last 48 hours. Urgent cases will be assessed immediately by a specially trained nurse and will be seen by a doctor if required. 

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