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Riccarton General PracticeThe AvenueRiccarton CampusEdinburgh, EH14 4ASTel: 0131 451 3010
Telephone lines are open between 08:00 - 18:00
Students living on Campus should, in the first instance, contact their Duty Warden.
Students living outwith Campus and registered with the Practice should telephone NHS 24 on 111 www.nhs24.com.
Please note that the emergency department mainly deals with acute injuries or emergencies only. More minor problems can likely wait for a general practice appointment here.
For life threatening emergencies please contact 999.
If your emergency is not immediately life threatening, during opening hours please telephone the surgery on 0131 451 3010.
Out-of-hours care is provided by NHS Lothian through NHS 24. Please phone NHS 24 on 111. They have an informative website at www.nhs24.com
Services Please note that the emergency department mainly deals with acute injuries or emergencies only. More minor problems can likely wait for a general practice appointment here.
The Practice closes for staff training on either Wednesday mornings 11am-12pm or Wednesday afternoons 2pm-3pm. These alternate fortnightly to ensure all staff have appropriate training.
Patients are advised to call outwith the times stated above however in an emergency you should ring the Practice on 0131 451 3010 and follow instructions on what to do.