ANNUAL FLU IMMUNISATIONS
The annual flu vaccine helps protect against the strains of flu virus that are likely to be circulating each winter flu season, which lasts from October to March.
Who should get the flu vaccine immunisation?
Anyone with a health condition, people aged 65 or over, pregnant women are eligible for free flu immunisation
Please contact reception to arrange an appointment to have your flu jab.
Rothes Medical Centre has moved into temporary accommodation to allow for a refurbishment to take place.
From Monday 4th September we will be working out of 67 New Street, Rothes, AB38 7BJ. We will operate normal opening hours from here.
We are hoping we will move back into a lovely refurbished building in December. We will keep everyone updated.
We thank our patients for their continued patience and understanding during this time.
Redsky Productions will be carrying out filming at the Practice from 19th June 2017 until
October 2017 in order to produce a three part BBC documentary series about the Maryhill Group Practice.
Red Sky Productions will be in the health centre over the coming months to film a three-part BBC documentary series that will go behind the scenes of the Maryhill Practice. While the focus is on the health centre staff, the patient experience is very important, and the production team intends to capture some patient interactions.
The production team will be respectful of patient confidentiality and privacy, and nothing will be included in the programme without full consent. We thank you for your patience during this process, and please don’t hesitate to ask any member of the Red Sky team if you have any questions.
You may be asked to sign a consent form if you agree to be filmed
Mental Health and Wellness Centre
A new mental health resource is available in Moray. If you are feeling overwhelmed, experiencing mental distress or finding it hard to cope then contact the Mental Health and Wellness Centre.
The centre is located at 30-32 Batchen Street in Elgin. The contact number is 0844 625 1 625
More information about what the service can offer and opening times can be found by clicking the link below
From May 2017 we will improve the way we use information from GP patient records. These changes will help to plan and improve health and care services in Scotland.
MORE INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND HERE
Scotland set to face major GP shortage by 2020
Chronic Medication Service (CMS)
Are you on repeat regular medication ?
You may be a suitable candidate for the Chronic Medication Service (CMS).
How CMS works:- Your GP would issue you with a SERIAL prescription rather than a standard repeat prescription.
Serial prescriptions last for 24, 48 or 56 weeks and your Pharmacist will dispense it in instalments (either every 4 weeks, 8 weeks or longer, depending on your GP’s instructions).
Having a serial prescription does not stop you making an appointment with your GP in the usual way.
If you feel you are suitable please speak to your preferred community pharmacy who will discuss registration with you.
Coming soon: Vision Online
Vision online will replace the current online prescription ordering system. Patient services works faster, is easy to use and works perfectly on smartphones and tablets as well as your computer.
Watch this space.