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Welcome to the Tweeddale Medical practice website.

Tweeddale Medical practice is based within the splendid Fort William Health Centre.

FWHC.jpgOur patient population of approximately 5,200 is centred on the town of Fort William along with Caol, Banavie and Corpach with our practice boundary extending out toInvergloy and Loch Arkaig to the North, North Ballachulish to the South, Tulloch and Fersit to the East and Glenfinnan to the West.

Parking is available on-site including dedicated disabled bays.

We are open Monday-Friday 8am-6pm.  Contact reception on 01397 703136.

For further information on our practice, specific clinic times and services provided click on the link to our practice Leaflet below:

Practice Leaflet

Our Location

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General practice is the  cornerstone of the NHS - dealing with 90% of all patient contacts for just 8.39% of the NHS budget.

  • Waiting Times Are Soaring
  • Funding for General practice is Plummeting

The Put Patients First: Back General practice Campaign is demanding that the governments of the UK increase funding for general practice from the historic low 8.39% to 11% of the UK NHS budget by 2017. 

 

WE NEED YOU - There is a hard-copy petition available to sign at the practice reception desk. 

You can also get involved online and read more about the crisis facing general practice and the  campaign by visiting http://www.rcgp.org.uk/campaign-home.aspx

 

Supported by:

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 COMING SOON ........OUR NEW IMPROVED FACILITY

TO ORDER YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ONLINE

  Accurate, efficient, safe and secure

·   Register with the practice to have your account created

·   Log in to see your most current list of repeat medicines (taken straight from your medical record)

·   Tick the items you would like to order & submit the order

·   View the status of your orders (including return messages)

·   Order direct with the practice anytime you like

  N.B.  If you are already using our current online facility, you will need to register for the new service so that we can transfer you – please complete a form or speak to a member of the reception team.

Vision Online Services Registration Form

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Health In My Language

English - This website lets you find information about health related services in Scotland which has been translated into different languages.  You will find information about health and health services.

Gaelic - Leigidh an làrach-lìn seo leibh fiosrachadh a lorg mu sheirbheisean a bhuineas ri slàinte ann an Alba a chaidh eadar-theangachadh gu cànanan eadar-dhealaichte. Gheibh sibh fiosrachadh mu shlàinte ’s mu sheirbheisean slàinte.

Polish - Strona ta pozwala na znalezienie informacji o usługi zdrowotne w Szkocji, który został przetłumaczony na różne języki. Znajdziesz tu informacje na temat zdrowia i opieki zdrowotnej.

 


(Site updated 22/09/2014)
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NHS HIGHLAND
FREE STRESS CONTROL COURSE

Venue: Kilmallie Community Hall

Starting on: 22nd October 2014 for  6wks (6-7.30pm)

see link for more info.

Stress Control Course Poster

Stress Control Course Info

 

A NEW SERVICE FOR LOCHABER - COMMUNITY LISTENING SERVICE

'Your story, Your time, Your wellbeing'  This service is provided by Sheena MacLean, Healthcare Chaplain for Lochaber but is not based on any affiliation to any organised religion and is open to patients of all faiths or non-faith.  She will be at the Health Centre on Thursday afternoons from 2-5pm as required.  Ask your GP/Nurse/Receptionist for more information.

 
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