Welcome to The Medical Centre
From the 1st April 2019, Dr Joseph Boyce will be reducing his hours, moving to part time. His new consulting hours will be..
Tuesday 9am - 11.45am 2.45pm - 5.30pm
Wednesday 7.30am - 8.15am, 9.30am - 12.30pm
Friday 2.15pm - 5.15pm
Dr Stephen Page will be increasing his hours from this date to cover. Dr Page's consulting hours will be..
Monday 2.15pm - 5.15pm
Tuesday 8.30am - 11.30am
Friday 9.00am - 11.45am 2.45pm - 5.30pm
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Choose the Right service Children and Young People
This GP practice is taking part in an important national project looking at how people are diagnosed with cancer. This project is called the National Cancer Diagnosis Audit (NCDA).
Please see below link for more information.
NCDA 2019 Scotland - Poster
PHARMACY FIRST SERVICE
Pharmacy First is a service offered to people in Inverclyde, providing a free service to all patients registered with a GP, with the exception of patients residing in care homes and anyone registered temporarily with a GP.
The benefit of going to the pharmacy first include a wide availability of locations, the longer opening hours (including weekends) and consultations being available without the need to make an appointment. The conditions treated include....
acne emergency contraception pain
athlete's foot haemorrhoids (piles) period pain
backache hay fever shingles (age 18 years and over)
cold sores head lice sore throat
constipation headache threadworms
cough impetigo (age 2 years and over) thrush
diarrhoea indigestion urine infections (women aged 16-65)
earache mouth ulcers warts and verruca
eczema and allergies nasal congestion
Is it a GP you need?
If you have any eye complaints, your local optician is the first point of call. Any Oral complaints please seek advice from your dentist.
Consultation Recording for Training Purposes
This is a GP Training Practice attached to the NHS Education for Scotland Specialty GP Training Programme.
We are keen to support the training of new GPs and also to develop the skills of our existing GPs and other staff. As part of this, clinicians working in this practice might make recordings of their consultations with patients to help them improve their consultation skills as well as their ability to talk to patients.
The recording will only be used for teaching and training purposes, usually within the practice building between trainer and trainee, although sometimes teaching sessions may be held outside the practice in a group setting where the recording may be viewed by other trainers and trainees.
Your consent will always be requested by the receptionist before your consultation is recorded. You will need to sign that consent form again afterwards to say that you are still happy. You can also withdraw your consent at any time following this, either verbally or in writing. The recording will focus on the communication between the doctor and patient and will not record examinations where your body clothing needs to be removed.
If you would rather that your consultation is not recorded, please tell the receptionist. This is entirely your choice and will not affect your health care in any way.
Please also refer to our practice privacy notice which tells you how we manage your personal information when you make contact with us or use one of our services.
The contact details for the Practice’s data protection officer are:
Dr M MacPhie, Port Glasgow Medical Centre, Dubbs Place, Port Glasgow, PA14 5UD.
We are pleased to inform you that the new Patient Access is now successfully up and running. This is a service which will allow you to order your prescriptions, book appointments and cancel your appointments online. This service is available 24/7 for your own convenience. Please ask reception staff to register you.
Text alert service
Never forget an appointment time again with our TEXT ALERT SERVICE. Please update your mobile number with reception staff. Please note this service is available for patients aged 18 and over.
(Site updated 17/09/2019)