Coronavirus has changed the way all our health services work. GP practices are open, and have been through the pandemic, but services are being delivered differently.
If you need an appointment, please contact us on 0141 531 6860.
Please do not attend the practice in person.
If you are invited to attend the surgery by a GP, please wear a face covering and follow all safety advice and signage within the health center and the surgery. Please arrive as close to your appointment time as possible to ensure safe social distancing. If you arrive early, you may be asked to leave and return at your appointment time. If possible, please attend your appointment alone.
If you think you may have symptoms of Covid-19, please do not attend the surgery. Please dial 111 or visit the NHS Inform Website for information about how to treat your symptoms and get a test.
Covid Vaccine Drop In Clinics
All adults in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board area and throughout Scotland, can now attend a covid vaccine drop clinic without the need to book and appointment. Please click Vaccine drop-in clinics | The coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine (nhsinform.scot) for further information.
For questions you may have about the vaccine, wither it be vaccine safety, concerns about using the vaccine whilst pregnant or trying to conceive or issues relating to faith and vaccine ingredients, please visit COVID-19 Vaccine – NHS Scotland Explainer Video – Full Length – YouTube or click the below links for alternative formats.
The latest news on Coronavirus
The NHS Inform Website has the most up to date information about Coronavirus, self help guides and a handy Services Directory tool to find the healthcare services you need that are closest to your location.
Further Information about the Covid-19 Vaccine can be found by clicking the link.
Do not leave home if you or someone you live with has any of the following:
- a high temperature
- a new, continuous cough
- a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste
Visit the NHS Inform website to arrange a test.
Keeping Us All Safe
With restrictions and Government guidance updated regularly, it remains as important as ever to continue with the public health measures se out to prevent coronavirus transmission.
Below is the most recent public health message from the Scottish Government. We are all asked to comply with these measures.
‘FACTS’ is an acronym for:
- Face coverings in enclosed space
- Avoid crowded places
- Clean your hands and surfaces regularly
- Two-metre social distancing
- Self-isolate and book a test if you develop coronavirus symptoms
What to do if you think you have symptoms of Covid-19: