Appointments: Tel: 0141 531 8940
Consultations by appointment only
Appointments can be made in person at the surgery, online via emis Patient Access or over the phone. Please arrange a separate appointment for each person and if you are unable to come, let us know. Appointment sessions vary daily and for each doctor.
Patients may book with any of the Doctors, the two Practice Nurses or the Health Care Assistant. If you wish to book with a particular individual or at a specific time, you may need to wait longer for your booking.
If you wish further information on the appointment system please see the Practice Manager or Reception.
Appointments with doctors are for 10 minutes. Patients with multiple/complex problems may require to book mulitple appointments – ask the receptionist for details.
PLEASE DO NOT MAKE APPOINTMENT FOR THE COMPLETION OF FORMS. EITHER SEE THE PRACTICE MANAGER re THESE OR ENQUIRE AT THE RECEPTION.
Please let us know if you need to cancel an appointment.
Patients who regularly miss appointments without informing us will be contacted and ultimately removed from the Practice List if they continue to miss appointments.
IF YOU ARE LATE
Please keep your appointment on time. If you arrive 15 minutes after your appointment you will not be seen. You will need to book a new appointment.
We appreciate surgeries sometimes run late. Each patient is given the amount of time they need.
If you need an interpreter for you appointment tell the receptionist at the time of booking. Leaflets are available in the following languages:
At reception there is a loop system for the hard of hearing.
Private Medical Examinations
If you require a private medical examination please see the Practice Manager or if he is not available speak with a Receptionist (examples would be HGV Medicals, Pre-employment Medicals, Summer Camp Forms).
Fees apply for non NHS services.
Request for GP Letters/Completion of Forms
Doctors are asked to complete a variety of forms and provide a variety of letters. These are not part of General Medical Services. Patients should NOT book appointments for these. In the first instance they should make their request to the Practice Manager and if he is not available, to the Receptionist. Patients will then be advised whether the request can be fulfilled and, if so, an arrangement will be made. Patients will also be advised of any charge which will be made.