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Flu Vaccine - its not too late!

Flu vaccination - if you have not yet received the flu vaccination and are in one of the eligible groups please contact the Practice to book. There are mop up clinics still running and patients are advised to be vaccinated as early as possible in the season.  We expect our stocks of vaccines to last until the end of January so please contact reception to book before then.

Think you may have a urinary tract infection? If you are female and between the ages of 18 and 65 then you can go to your Pharmacy for treatment without an appointment. There is no need to take a sample and they can prescribe a course of antibiotics just like the GP.  Patients contacting the surgery may be directed to Pharmacy rather than treated here.  Please note this is not suitable for those who are allergic to Trimethoprim  or have recurrent symptoms - Pharmacy First!

NATIONAL HEALTH INFORMATION SERVICE - www.nhsinform.scot
Access to obtain answers to everyday questions about your health:
seasonal topics; self-help guides; healthy living topics; mental wellbeing; food & nutrition; smoking & alcohol information

 

 

 

 

 

Zero Tolerance

The practice operates a zero tolerance to abuse, aggession and / or  violence policy. 

Abuse and aggression is defined as any personal, abusive and /or aggressive comments, cursing and/or swearing, physical contact and/or aggressive gestures. The practice will request the removal from the practice list of any patient , who is abusive or aggressive to a doctor, member of staff or other patient.

Damage to practice property will also be viewed as grounds for removal from the practice list. If a patient commits an act of physical violence we will request that the patient is immediately removed from our list. In addition, all instances of actual physical abuse on any doctor or member of staff, by a patient or their relatives will be reported to the police as an assault.

Dr F M Johnstone and Partners

 
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