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Flu Vaccination Programme

The winter vaccination programme has started. If you are eligible for a free flu vaccine, you will get a letter from NHS Scotland. This will either give you an appointment date and time at one of the flu vaccination clinics in Lothian, or instruct you to make an appointment using an online portal. You can find out if you’re in a priority group eligible for a flu vaccine on NHS inform

 

PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THE PRACTICE AS WE ARE UNABLE TO ADVISE ON HOW TO GET FLU OF COVID VACCINATIONS

 

If you are eligible for a COVID booster, you may get this at the same time as your flu jab, but this is not guaranteed, and you may have to attend two separate appointments.

If you have received a letter with an appointment that you are unable to attend, you can rearrange your appointment online at https://www.nhsinform.scot/flu-vaccine/invitations-and-appointments/rearrange-your-flu-vaccine-appointment.  Alternatively you can call the Lothian helpline on 0300 790 6296 for assistance with re-booking.

If you are housebound, your jabs will be given to you by the housebound team, and they will be in touch to arrange this. Unfortunately the practice is unable to arrange this for you.

 

 

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Register for Online Prescription Ordering

Our new online ordering is available to patients over 16 years.  You can:

  • Order active repeat prescriptions,
  • Order other medication/expired repeats (acutes), and
  • View status of request and messages from practice

Complete a form to register for this service and bring it into the practice along with photo ID.  You will be contacted when we have updated your details with the link and details you need to place your prescription order.

 

Please allow 48 hours between ordering and collection.

COVID-19 vaccination status scheme launches

Vaccination Status Scheme.docx

OPENING HOURS - CORONAVIRUS

From 24 March 2020, the practice will be closed everyday between 1 - 2pm.

The practice opens at 8am and closes at 6pm. All GP consultations will be by telephone initially. Please do not come to the practice unless advised to do so.

We also offer evening appointments once a week (usually Tuesday) for patients who need to discuss results with a GP outwith normal working hours.

 

Prescriptions can be left in the RED box outside.  **Please nominate a pharmacy to collect it from on top right of your request.

Thank you for your patience during these difficult times.

ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

Children’s Emergency Department at RHCYP

The Emergency Department is located in BioQuarter 2.  Please do not attempt access from the main hospital entrance.  This information and a map is also available on the RHCYP website:  Departments & Services | Royal Hospital for Children and Young People (nhslothian.scot)

RHCYP Children's Emergency entrance.pdf

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

PLEASE DO NOT COME INTO THE PRACTICE UNLESS ADVISED BY A GP

CHECK OUT THE LATEST GUIDANCE ON THE LINKS PROVIDED

IF YOU HAVE A SERIOUS HEALTH CONCERN PLEASE CALL TO DISCUSS THIS WITH A GP/ADVANCED NURSE PRACTITIONER

Thank you