The Practice has now vaccinated the cohort of patients we were to vaccinate (aged over 80, housebound, aged 75-79 and those who are clinically extremely vulnerable).
All other groups will be offered appointments via Health Board run services by letter.
There is no need for you to contact the practice about the vaccination programme and if you have any questions about the COVID Vaccine or wish more infomation, please visit NHS Inform by clicking here, or call the national helpline 0800 030 8013 which is open from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week.
Further information is available at:
You qualify as an unpaid carer and can self-register for the vaccine if:
- You are aged 16 or over and;
- You provide face-to-face care and support to one or more family members, friends or neighbours;
- The care you provide is not part of a contract or voluntary work;
- If you care for someone due to old age, physical or mental illness, disability or for an addiction;
- You have not already received your first COVID-19 vaccination or vaccination appointment letter.
If any of these apply to you, you can register either online at https://www.nhsinform.scot/carersregister or via the Covid vaccination helpline 0800 030 8013 from Monday 15 March.
Missing invitations contact form
If you think you should have received an invitation to your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination appointment by now, or if you have lost your invitation letter, please click on the link below complete and submit the form. Missing invitations contact form (nhs.scot)
Rearrange your vaccination appointment
Please make every effort to attend your appointment. This allows NHS Scotland to continue to vaccinate everyone as quickly as possible.
However, if you are still unable to attend, or cannot get to the venue you can rearrange your appointment by clicking on the link below and completing the attached form. Manage -your-coronavirus-vaccination-appointment
If you would prefer to speak with someone about your appointment, please contact the National Covid Helpline on 0800 030 8013
You should also rearrange your appointment if you:
- are feeling unwell with symptoms of coronavirus
- have recently tested positive for coronavirus
- have been told by NHS Test and Protect that you are a close contact of someone who has tested positive for coronavirus
- live with someone who has recently tested positive for coronavirus
- live with someone who has symptoms of coronavirus
If you have recently tested positive for coronavirus, even if you have no symptoms, you should wait until 4 weeks after the date you were tested to get the vaccine.
Important Patient Information - Changes to Procedures due to CORONAVIRUS
For routine health advice or for minor ailments
To aid us in minimising the spread of infection we have moved to telephone consultations rather than face-to-face appointments, where possible. Please consider using your local pharmacy or NHS Inform website www.nhsinform.scot as your first point of contact.
Local pharmacies provide a minor ailments service which deals with many common conditions.
Please note ALL eye problems should be directed to an optician and not a GP.
Similarly ALL dental problems should be directed to a dentist and not a GP.
If you do need an appointment please book it by telephone rather than turning up in person
- Please only enter the premises if you have an appointment or collecting a prescription
- If attending for an appointment please wear a face covering
- Attend alone if possible
- Arrive on time for appointments (no more than 5mins beforehand)
- Use the hand sanitiser provided upon arrival
- Do not use the toilet facilities unless absolutely necessary
Please maintain social distancing measures when at reception
Your assistance in these areas is greatly appreciated
If you have a fever, cough or loss or change to your sense of smell or taste DO NOT ENTER the Health Centre and you MUST self isolate for 10 days.
If you’ve developed symptoms (however mild), stay at home for 10 days from the start of your symptoms and arrange to be tested. Do not go to your GP, pharmacy or hospital.
You should remain at home until you get the result of the test, and then follow the advice you will be given based on the result.
If you are severely unwell or breathless then you should consult NHS Inform website www.nhsinform.scot and phone NHS 24 on 111 as first point of contact.
We are constantly reviewing the way in which we provide our services and thank you for your patience and co-operation during these exceptional circumstances.
We aim to provide a high quality, caring service to improve the health and wellbeing of all our patients.