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Travel Vaccinations From 1st Dec 2017 Travel Clinics will no longer be available.
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS . Closed Mon 25th Tue 26th December Re-Open Wed 27th Dec usual hours. NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS Closed Mon & Tuesday 1st & 2nd Jan 2018  Re-open Wed 3rd Jan usual hours.

Appointments SYSTEM :  When requesting an emergency appointment/housevisit your details will be taken and one of the Triage Team will return your call, & assess your request & decide who is the best person to deal with your emergency.

 CARENA COMMUNITY LINK WORKER  located here at the Surgery every Monday Mornings & Wednesdays  Why not try the new CARENA POD in our back reception area & navigate through resources available in North Ayrshire!

 OVER 200 DID-NOT-ATTENDS LAST MONTH ....   LETS TRY & REDUCE THIS NUMBER, PHONE 554591 & LET US KNOW IF YOU NO LONGER NEED YOUR APPOINTMENT

Home Visits

REQUEST before 10:30 am

FOR ELDERLY & HOUSEBOUND

House visits will be triaged by either the TRIAGE Nurse or the Emergency Doctor for that day, who will determine who is the best person to visit the patient i.e. Either the Triage Nurse or Emergency Doctor will call if a house visit is required.

 

doctors_bag.jpgIf you are ill and unable to come to the surgery and you wish the doctor to call, please telephone or send a message between 9.00 -–10.30am. The doctor may phone you or visit. If you telephone after 10.30am it cannot be guaranteed that your house visit will be done till later in the day. Your help with this will help us organise our work in order to give you a better service.

When requesting a house visit, please state NAME, ADDRESS and AGE of the patient, the nature of the illness and lastly your telephone number (this allows us to contact the doctor in the event of an emergency).

When urgent cases are mobile, it may aid both the patient and the doctor if the patient can be brought to the surgery, as it may be possible to see and treat the patient more quickly. Some cases will be seen initially by the practice nurse who is on duty daily.

 
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