17 Apr 2020.
General advice for Coronavirus can be found on the NHS Inform website. You will find information about how to self isolate and what to do if you or your family members become unwell.
There is also a telephone advice line on 0800 028 2816.
The vast majority of people who have coronavirus will have mild symptoms that can be self managed at home. There is no need to speak to a doctor if this is the case.
However, if symptoms are much worse, not better after seven days or you are in a high risk health group then please contact NHS24 directly on 111. If you are unsure about this then please use the NHS Inform symptom checker.
If you are isolating and unable to work, there is no need to get a fit note from your GP. Instead you should click here to get an isolation note for your employer.
In order to protect you from coronavirus, we are no longer able to offer appointments for routine issues. However, if you feel that you have an urgent problem then please call us on 0141 776 3442 and speak to one of our Patient Care Advisors.
Due to the increase in demand for repeat medication at the practice and pharmacies, prescriptions will now take 4 working days to be processed and ready for collection.
Please order your prescriptions in plenty of time.
The practice is well established and dates back over several generations. The main surgery premises are at Union Street, Kirkintilloch.
The branch surgery is at Alexandra Avenue, Lenzie. Surgery times are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 9am – 11.30am.
Lennoxtown Surgery times are Monday 9am – 6pm, Wednesday 9am – 12noon, Friday 9am – 12noon
All patient areas are on the ground floor except for Lennoxtown which is on the first floor via an elevator/stairs. There are no internal restrictions to the movement of patients in wheel chairs. Our area comprises the postal districts G66 and G64.
The practice comprises of 7 Principal General Practitioners, 3 Practice Nurses and a Health Care Assistant. We have been a training practice since 1974 and are also involved in the training of first, second and final year medical students. The team are all available for consultation within the premises by appointment. Attached to the practice we have the support of District Nurses, Midwives, Health Visitors, and Counsellors.
Clinics & Services
Pharmacy, Community Physiotherapy, Community Nursing, Community Mental Health, Dietetics, Chiropody, Blood Tests and a range of consultant clinics.
Register with our Practice
Patients wishing to register with our Surgery should complete a registration form, which you can download or request from one of our Receptionists.