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From Monday 8th until Thursday 11th October the practice will be running a very limited service due to removal and replacement of our computer system.

What this means for you:

We cannot see patients except for absolute emergencies.  Please do not ring during this time as we cannot give you an appointment

We cannot process prescriptions.  if you know you will need a prescription at this time please submit it to us by Thursday 4th October at the latest so we can print off before the computers are removed.

Please do not attend for a blood test during this time as we will not be able to take it.  You can come on Monday 8th, Thursday 11th or Friday 12th October instead.

Please be patient and bear with us during this time.

docsteth1Making an Appointment

From January 2018 we have a new way of making appointments for a doctor or advanced nurse practitioner.  This is to free up doctor availability so that we can help more patients each day and make sure we can see ANY patients that need to be seen.

Calll the surgery and speak to one of our receptionists.

The receptionist will ask you some questions about your problem so that all requests for health advice are dealt with quickly and appropriately.  They may suggest you see the pharmacist, dentist, optician or other health care professional if they can deal with your problem better than the doctor. 

They will then book you in for a doctor to call you back on the same day.  Please have your phone number to hand when you ring us.

The doctor or advanced nurse practitioner will aim to phone you back within two hours. Please keep your phone switched on and close by you while waiting for your call.

The doctor may be able to deal with your problem over the phone. If it is agreed that you need to be seen the doctor will arrange an appointment for you to come down on the same day or on a suitable day for you.

Surgery Timetable


 Morning Surgery

Afternoon Surgery

MondayDr Bickler, Dr Jamieson, Dr Morton,
Dr Dixon, Dr Simon, Dr  Lunan,       Dr McMurray, Dr McDavid

Dr Bickler, Dr Jamieson,
Dr Morton, Dr Dixon, Dr Simon,    Dr Lunan, Dr McMurray, Dr McDavid          


Dr Dixon, Dr Lunan,  Dr Mcconachie, Dr McMurray,   Dr McDavid       

Dr Jamieson, Dr Dixon, Dr Lunan,   Dr McConachie, Dr McMurray,         Dr McDavid


Dr Bickler, Dr Jamieson, Dr Morton, Dr Simon,   Dr McConachie, Dr McMurray

Dr Morton, Dr Simon,  Dr McConachie

ThursdayDr Jamieson,  Dr Dixon, Dr Simon, Dr McConachie, Dr McDavid

Dr Jamieson, Dr Simon,                  Dr McConachie, Dr McDavid


Dr Bickler, Dr Jamieson,
Dr Morton, Dr Dixon,  Dr Simon, Dr McDavid

Dr Bickler, Dr Jamieson, Dr Morton,  Dr Dixon, Dr McDavid

Appointments with a Nurse

The nursing team have an appointment system, but also aim to be flexible and opportunistic in the care they offer, providing a wide range of services to all age groups.

When ringing for an appointment, please let the receptionist know why you are attending as this will enable her to allocate you the appropriate nurse to deal with your problem. 

If the doctor has asked you to come for a blood test you can pop in and see one of the health care assistants who are available each morning between 8.30 am and 12.30 pm. 

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