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The Surgery will be closed for the festive season on the following dates, December 25th, December 26th, January 1st and January 2nd. Please call NHS 24 on 111 if you require emergency medical advice. Thank you

Please note...there will be no drop in blood clinic available on December 23rd and December 31st.

Its that time again....Flu vaccination appointments are available to book for over 65s. Please call to make an appointment with our health care assistant.

If you have an underlying health problem, we have a drop in clinic available on the follwing dates and times.

Wednesday 13th November   3.30pm - 5.00pm

Wednesday 20th November    3.30pm - 5.00pm

Wednesday 27th November   4.00pm - 5.00pm

 

 

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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.

 

 

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