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 Test Results
Please telephone for test results between 10am and 4pm, Monday to Friday.

You may see the Doctor of your choice by appointment.   Please telephone or speak to the receptionist a few days in advance for routine appointments.   Urgent cases will be seen the same day, but it is helpful if you telephone in the morning.   Please try to give the receptionists any information which they may ask for, as this helps the Doctor assess your request

Home Visits
Please make every effort to come to the Surgery as this gives the Doctor more time and better facilities to deal with your problem.   If you are too ill to attend the Surgery it is helpful if you can telephone your request for a home visit as early as possible in the morning, ideally before 9.30am.

Cancelling your Appointment
Unfortunately, we continue to have a number of patients failing to attend appointments, which has an adverse affect on appointments available for other patients. 

During the month of December , there were 193 missed appointments, which equates to 32  hours of lost consultation time.

If you are unable to attend an appointment, it is important to let reception know in order to allow the appointment to be offered to another patient.  We thank you for your co-operation in this respect. 

Coronary Heart Disease 

Coronary Heart Disease (angina, heart attacks, heart failure) is one of the most common serious diseases in the West of Scotland.  It is the policy of this practice to help prevent coronary heart disease (CHD) and reduce the risk for people who have already developed it.  The following put people at a higher risk of CHD. 

  1. chdSmoking.
  2. High blood pressure.
  3. Diabetes.
  4. High blood cholesterol level.
  5. Being substantially overweight.
  6. Lack of exercise.
  7. Close family history of CHD.
  8. Poor diet. 

Most of these factors can be improved upon therefore reducing overall risk of CHD.  We would encourage our patients to discuss these points when visiting the Doctor/Nurse.  Indeed, our ANP, Practice Nurse and Nurse Practitioners are all available to give general health checks and detailed advice on the prevention of Coronary Heart Disease.

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