From Wednesday 10/1/18 we will reopen our list to new patients.  To register with us you must be living within our catchment area which is shown on the Practice Boundary page.  You must bring proof of address and photographic ID at the time of registration.




Due to the ever increasing practice numbers and consequential workload, we have deemed it necessary to increase the turnaround for processing of repeat prescriptions from one working day to two. 


Any prescriptions requested online outwith normal surgery hours will not be received until the following working day and the two working days required will begin from that time.




We welcomed a new advanced nurse practitioner to our practice team from May 2017.  Trudi can be seen in open access on a Monday, Tuesday or Friday as well as having some booked appointments on a Tuesday afternoon.




The role of GP is constantly changing to involve more and more paperwork. Therefore there may be occasional days when your chosen GP may not be available in open access surgery due to taking an admin day.  We don't have a set rota for this at the moment but if you want to check whether your own GP will be available we recommend that you call the day before attending and we will be able to advise you.




We are actively involved in teaching sixth year medical students from Edinburgh University. They are attached for 3 weeks at a time.

This allows them to gain experience, and we would occasionally ask you to be seen by a student, supervised by one of your regular doctors.

Thank you for your help with this vital part of their training.




In addition we teach nurses who are students on the Practice Nurse course.   These nurses are already experienced qualified nurses who are learning the skills required to become a Practice Nurse.