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Physio Self referrals                            

Self referrals will now be handled by telephone.  The service is operated by the Musculoskeletal Assessment & Triage Service (MATS) which is hosted by NHS24 and the telephone number is: 0800 917 9390. Please click here to find out how to manage your condition. The MSK website has lots of self help information and exercise videos



Practice Nurse Post

25 hours per week


We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated nurse who is able to work autonomously to join the Maryhill Practice Nursing Team. This is a permanent post. Practice nursing experience is desirable but not essential.


The successful candidate should be comfortable accepting responsibility, be able to work independently and deliver a high standard of care. They should have good communication and IT skills, the ability to prioritise, and be able to work as part of a team with the flexibility to work additional hours to cover holiday/sick leave.


We work across three sites – Elgin Health Centre, Rothes Medical Centre and Gordonstoun School, you may be required to work at all sites.


Hours will be worked between 8am and 6pm on a rota basis.


Salary Dependant on experience



Application forms are available from the main reception at Elgin Health Centre and can also be downloaded from the practice web site. These should be returned along with a covering letter to Debbie Glennie Practice Nurse Team Leader.


Closing date is Friday 12th April

Application Form.docx


Any enquiries to Debbie Glennie, Practice Nurse Team Leader or Anne Witkowski Specialist Practice Nurse 03453370610




The Family Doctors BBC Scotland

Its not just a career change its a fresh new look on life.

Moray is one of the smallest regions in Scotland, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up in scenery, facilities and quality of life. 

You could be surfing on the Moray Firth coast in the morning and be snowboarding in the mountains by the afternoon. The region has a rich history and a stunning natural landscape. Home to some globally recognisable brand names, and home to hospitable communities proud of their heritage and traditions, the fine local produce and the golden alchemy of distiller and brewer

Moray is well known for its outstanding natural resources, renowned brands, world famous coastlines and high standard of living. Voted as one of the top 5 rural regions in Scotland for quality of life, Moray offers affordable housing, great schools and beautiful scenery

  • Moray is home to 18 golf courses including the highest tee in Scotland.
  • Voted by National Geographic Moray’s 35 miles of golden sandy beaches are in the top 12 most beautiful and unspoiled  in the world.
  • One of the sunniest and driest regions in the UK  
  • Of the Scottish local authority areas Moray was placed 7th for quality of life
  • Moray distilleries produce more Malt Whisky than the rest of the world combined.
  • Moray is home to the world’s only Malt whisky trail and half of all Scotland’s distilleries

Inverness Airport is only 35 minutes away, whilst Aberdeen Airport is no more than a 90-minute drive. Moray has better air connections than most UK locations with 138 flights per week including 35 flights to London airports and a daily connection into the international hub of Amsterdam. Every UK city can be reached within a single day of legal commercial driving hours.

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