Daily Duty Clinics
Either the Emergency Care Practitioners or specially trained Nurses Practitioners provide our same day consultations for a range of acute illnesses, e.g., sore throats, chest infections, sore ears, urine infections, skin problems, back pain and emergency contraception. They can issue prescritptions and always have a duty consultant GP working with them.
Minor Surgery Clinic
An appointment with the GP is required initially to arrange a referral to this clinic for a minor operation.
Well Woman Clinic
Offers well woman checks and advice, cervical smears and hormone replacement checks.
Family Planning Clinic
Nurse run clinic for all contraceptive advice/prescription including emergency contraception. Alternative is to make GP appointment.
Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or asthma are seen at this Clinic and are encouraged to attend our Flu Clinic in October/November each year for free flu vaccination. All patients with Asthma should have at least a yearly review.
Patients are asked to phone for an appointment at least eight weeks prior to departure as it is important that the date for your travel appointment is as early as possible - at least 6 weeks before you travel, so that there is time for vaccination schedules and advice as appropriate. A thirty minute appointment is required for each person traveling, although a family of four attending together can be seen in two appointments as long as details are given on booking.
If going to remote parts of the world, eg, to do voluntary work/backpacking around various countries, you need as early an appointment as possible, eg, six months prior to travel, as schedules are more complicated. Find out more
All patients with diabetes will be invited to attend either The Maryhill Practice Diabetic Clinic or Dr Grays Hospital Diabetic Clinic and are encouraged to attend the Flu Clinic in October each year for free flu vaccination.
The Flu Clinic is run each year starting in October. Free flu vaccinations are offered to all patients who are over 65 years of age and those who have chronic illnesses such as :
Chronic respiratory disease including asthma, chronic heart disease, chronic kidney disease, diabetes and immunosuppression.
Other Clinics are currently under development and information about these is available from the Primary Health Care Team and will be displayed in the building.