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The practice will be CLOSED on the following dates:

Monday 25/12/17 & Tuesday 26/12/17    Monday 1//1/18 & Tuesday 2/1/18

Please ensure that you order your medication early if you are due to order it on any of the above dates to ensure you do not run out.

Christmas week closure: prescriptions ordered via the repeat prescription answer phone or online service between 5pm on Friday the 22nd December until Wednesday 27th December will not be ready for collection until Thursday 28th December.

The same applies to the New Year week closure from 5pm on Friday 29th December 2017until Wednesday the 3rd January 2017 your prescription will not be ready for collection until Thursday the 4th January 2017.

out of hours

When We Are Closed

Between 6pm and 9am Monday - Friday, and weekends from Friday 6pm until Monday 9am the Health Centre is closed.

In order to obtain medical services/advice you can either dial the practice number: 0141 211 6080 or the NHS 24 free number 111 and a receptionist in the emergency call centre will deal with your call.

The Receptionist will either

  1. Arrange advice from a nurse or doctor
  2. Invite you to attend the centre to see a doctor
  3. Arrange a home visit if you are too ill to visit the centre.

Transport to and from the centre is available if you cannot arrange this yourself. Please take a leaflet for further details from reception. Out of hours cover is now the responsibility of GGNHSB. You can find out more about NHS 24 by visiting their website at

NHS Direct

In the case of urgent need when the practice is closed you can call NHS Direct  to speak to a triage nurse. Your needs will be assessed and advice offered or arrangements made for you to see a doctor.


Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath, etc, constitute an emergency.

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