Festive Holidays : Surgery is Closed 27th and 28th December 2021 and 3rd and 4th January 2022.

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Coronavirus Information:

Isolation Note: 

 Please DO NOT attend the surgery or hospital if you have a fever, cough and shortness of breath. Call the surgery first or call 111 for advice. In an emergency always call 999.

On-line appointment booking service has currently been suspended for all patients.

Prescription requests can be sent to your local pharmacy.Please advise staff when ordering.

Clinics & Services

Special Services Offered By Our Surgery

Minor Ailments.

Nurse Practitioner /Practitioner Pharmacist (Clinics /Consultations)

Working directly with patients, NPs and PPs can diagnose and manage most common and many chronic illnesses. They are authorized to perform physical examinations, order and interpret diagnostic tests, provide counseling and education, and write prescriptions.


An advanced Practice Physiotherapist has joined our team offering appointments. If you have a bone ,muscle or joint problem the physio is able to assess , diagnose and develop and early management plan. Reception staff will ask some questions as it may be more appropriate for you to see the physio instead of  a G.P.

Family Planning Advice (GP or Practice Nurse)

This is available from all the doctors or nurses in the surgery. Advice on contraception or on starting a family can be given. Please contact reception for an appointment.

Child Health Surveillance/Baby Clinic (GP & Health Visitor)

This is carried out by a health visitor and doctor in the surgery. Your child’s growth and development can be charted through the regular checks carried out during their first five years.

Children’s Immunisation (Health Visitor & Practice Nurse)

Patients will usually be sent an appointment for this clinic which is held on the first and second Tuesday afternoon of each month.

Travel Immunisation (Practice Nurse)

All patients travelling abroad that require travel immunisation are asked to contact the surgery where the receptionist will take some details of their trip and pass this information onto the practice nurse who will then contact you regarding the immunisations you will require. Ideally the practice requires at least 2 months notice, to permit the scheduling of appointments and to allow time for the vaccine to be come effective. Please note that you may also require to visit a Private Travel Clinic for vaccines which we are not able to administer in General Practice.

See our Travel Vaccinations page for more details.

Wart Clinic (GP Dr White)

Dr White offers a wart clinic for the removal of warts or verrucas. This clinic usually runs once a month. You must be advised to come to this clinic by a GP or Practice Nurse. This clinic is run by a strict waiting list system. If you have been advised to make an appointment for this clinic, please ask the receptionist to add you to the waiting list. An appointment will be allocated to you as soon as possible.

Chronic Disease Management (GP & Practice Nurse)

All patients suffering from Asthma, COPD, Hypertension, Chronic Heart Disease, Stroke, Diabetes Hypothyroidism, Dementia, Chronic Depression, Epilepsy or Chronic Kidney Disease will be asked to attend a nurse led clinic on an annual basis for review and monitoring of their condition. The practice will contact you to invite you to attend the clinic when your review is due.

Influenza Vaccination (Oct - Feb) (Practice Nurse & HCA)

All patients over the age of 65 or who suffer from chronic respiratory disease, heart disease, diabetes, kidney or liver failure or who are immunosuppressed will be invited to attend for their annual influenza vaccination.

Well Woman/Well Man Clinic (Practice Nurse)

If you have not been seen at the surgery for over 3 years you can request an appointment to have a general check-up. If you have any concerns or queries regarding your sexual health you can request an appointment to discuss your concerns with the practice nurse Cervical Smears, all women who are sexually active and are under the age of 60 are recommended to attend for regular cervical smears (usually once every 3 years).

Contraceptive Implants & Removal 

Please contact Sandyford at: 0141 211 8130

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