Please see our Vacancies page for details of a Senior Administrator job opportunity

eConsult opening times

As outlined in the recent 'Message from the Practice' (available in 'Latest News') we are currently working to improve our use of triage.  Part of this involves a reduction of the hours the eConsult service will be available.  The service will now be available between 8 and 11am Monday to Friday.  Patients should use this as their first point of contact for routine medical conditions or administrative requests.  As always more urgent matters will be dealt with on the day by the duty team.  The Practice is also developing new Triage streams that should improve access for all patients and we will keep you informed of developments here. 


As you are aware the practice will again not be carrying out you flu immunisations this year. Please do not call the practice to make flu appointments

Flu Call Centre –  0345 337 9899,    Email –

In 2017, the Scottish Government and the Scottish General Practitioners Committee (SGPC) agreed vaccinations would move away from a model based on GP delivery to one based on NHS Board delivery through dedicated teams.

There followed the significant work around the COVID-19 vaccination program that is ongoing.

Clinics will again be set up in a number of locations across Grampian within secondary schools and community spaces such as sports halls, churches and any other large venues that can allow for social distancing. Measures will be put in place to ensure health and safety is priority.”

The website will have information about eligible groups for both Flu and COVID-19 boosters when this information is released.


coldWe are keen to help patients and empower them to find good evidenced based information on how to manage their illness or medical condition.

Take a look and see if you can improve your own understanding of your health and well-being! Please encourage others to look here too.



Sexual health advice and information

Contraception advice and shared experiences for young women

Use the website for accurate and helpful information.




Back and Joint Pain

NHS Physiotherapy                                                                        

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. The MSK link opposite provides all the information you will need to manage back or joint pain, including exercise videos.




Smoking Advice Service

NHS Grampian's Smoking Advice Service offers help to anyone who wants to, or who is considering, giving up smoking.  We have a team of eight advisors working across Grampian who provide a friendly, person-centred and non-judgemental service.  


If you would like our support to help you become smokefree, or for general information and advice, please contact us by:

  • Freephone 0500 600 332 (calls from mobiles may be charged) Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.
  • Text 'ADVICE' to 82727
  • E-mail:



Mental Health  


Distress Brief Interventions (DBIs) are an innovative way of supporting people in distress.

The need to improve the response to people presenting in distress has been strongly advocated by people who have experience of distress and by front line service providers, resulting in the DBI pilot.

DBI consists of two parts, with part 1 seeing trained front-line health, police, paramedic and primary care staff help ease any individual.  They then ask the person if they would like further support and, if they agree, they are referred to the DBI service with a promise of contact within the next 24 hours to start providing further face-to-face support.

Part 2 is provided by commissioned and trained third sector staff who contact the person within 24-hours of referral and provide community-based problem solving support, wellness and distress management planning, supported connections and signposting.

  Living Life to the Full (LLTTF) is a free self-help approach for managing stress, anxiety, low mood and mild to moderate depression. LLTTF takes a good practice evidence based approach and is based upon Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) techniques.

 MoodJuice:This site is designed to help you think about emotional problems and work towards solving them. Emotional problems are often the mind and body’s way of saying that something needs to be changed in our life.


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