All consultations are by appointment only. Find out how to make an appointment.
For some injuries and illnesses, it may be necessary to speak to a doctor or the nurse. However, there are other clinical experts that work in the practice and it might be more appropriate for you to speak to them. The reception team have been specially trained to help signpost patients and may ask you questions about your health to direct you to the right person or service.
Consultations with a Doctor
Three doctors are available for consultations, and you can choose which you see. You can view information about the doctors and their consultation days.
Whether you're seeing your regular doctor for a routine appointment, or you have made an emergency appointment because you suddenly feel unwell, preparing for your appointment will help you get the most from it.
Please note: an adult should always accompany children under 14 years of age.
Consultations with a Nurse
The Practice has one nurse, Tamzin Clements.
Appointments for blood tests, dressings and suture removals are at our Community Care and Treatment Centre (CCATS) which is located at Beechgrove House on Hillend Road – these are new clinics started up by the Health Board which are available every Monday to Friday. The direct phone number is 01738 783524.
Clinics & Services
As well as consultations with our doctors and nurse, we offer various clinics. You can access these services by phoning the practice.
The practice is open from 8am-1pm and 2pm-6pm from Monday to Friday.
We are closed between 1pm and 2pm but, if you have an emergency during the lunchtime closure, please call our emergency mobile on 07704741673.
We participate in the public holiday closure timetable as agreed by NHS Tayside for General Practice.
Want to get the most from your consultation?
- Make a list before you go, reminding you of things you need to discuss
- Note how long you have had your symptoms, what they feel like, and if you've noticed that anything triggers them
- Arrive early if you can
- Bring a friend, family member, or carer if it makes you feel more comfortable
- Be honest and don’t be afraid to ask questions
- Ask your doctor if there is anything you need to do after the appointment