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Dr Massie's Retirement

We would like to inform our patients and colleagues that Dr Massie has decided the time has come for him to hang up his stethoscope and retire after 35 years in Tweeddale!

 

Dr Massie will officially retire from medicine on Friday, 28th September 2018 although his last working day will be at the end of August.

 

A time of very mixed emotions for us in the practice – we are delighted for him personally to start the next chapter in life but he will, of course, be very much missed.

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Please note that the GP will not usually issue you with a fit/sick note unless you have been off work for more than 7 days. For the first 7 days your employer should be able to provide you with a 'self certificate'.

https://www.gov.uk/taking-sick-leave

We have recently reviewed our process for “sick lines” – now known as Fit Notes.

If a Fit Note is to be issued, it is important that it is done in a proper appointment so that the GP can carry out a full assessment of your care.

If you think you may need another Fit Note, please book a follow-up appointment with your usual GP. This can be either a bookable telephone appointment or a face-to-face appointment in the surgery. Please phone in advance.

 


Support if you are suffering from sight loss can be found at:

See the link below for the Highland Hospice Bereavement Support Service:

THE SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT HAS CHANGED IT'S GUIDANCE ON VITAMIN D - SEE LINK:

NHS Scotland is conducting its biennial patient survey.  If you receive this survey through the post please complete and return it.  NHS Scotland values your opinion.

NHS SCOTLAND PATIENT SURVEY


FOR TICK ADVICE SEE:

http://scotland.forestry.gov.uk/activities/walking/check-for-ticks

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See the link below for information regarding how NHS Scotland will use information from GP patient records from May 2017.

SPIRE - Scottish Primary Care Information Resource

Connecting Carers Website

Musculosketel Advice and Triage Service

Surgery Opening Hours

 

 Opening Hours
Monday08:00 - 18.00
Tuesday08:00 - 18.00
Wednesday08:00 - 18.00
Thursday08:00 - 18.00
Friday08:00 - 18.00
Saturdayclosed

When the surgery is closed

If you have a a life-threatening emergency please dial 999.
If you have an urgent medical matter that requires attention before the surgery re-opens, please contact NHS24 by calling 111.
Calling NHS24 directly on 111 is quicker and is free. It might be an idea to note this number down beside your phone or store it in your contacts.

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CONSULATATIONS ARE BOOKED BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Monday to Friday:

  • 9.00am - 12.30pm
  • 2.30pm - 5.15pm

Evening Surgery

  • 5.30pm - 7pm (Tues evening)

Telephone Consultation:

Need to speak to the doctor but don’t necessarily need to “see” the doctor?  You can book a telephone consultation for your doctor of choice.  These are useful if you don’t actually need to see the doctor in person or for follow-up appointments for the doctor to check how you are.  Your GP may suggest a telephone consultation for your next appointment.  These appointments can be booked in the usual way.  If you are unsure whether a telephone appointment would be suitable for you, we would be happy to advise.

 
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