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SPRING newsletter is out now!
See within Practice Newsletters link, under Further Information.

NATIONAL HEALTH INFORMATION SERVICE - www.nhsinform.scot
Access to obtain answers to everyday questions about your health:
seasonal topics; self-help guides; healthy living topics; mental wellbeing; food & nutrition; smoking & alcohol information

From 1st May we will be asking our patients to give us a brief idea of their symptoms when they are booking appointments - this is confidential and is to enable us to  ensure patients see the most appropriate healthcare person to meet their needs

Notification - Dr Chris Mair will be leaving the Practice at the end of June to concentrate on his work as Training Programme Director for Forth Valley and GP Lead within Out of Hours.  He will be missed by all the team here at Bridge of Allan and the many patients he has looked after over the years.  We wish him luck with his other roles.

Acute Prescriptions

-may take longer than the 2 working days (our timescale for Repeat Prescription requests) - to allow the doctor time to review your medical record and current medications.

If you wish to request medication that you received as an acute prescription (e.g. it was not added to your repeat list for perhaps a short-term condition) please use the form below and either hand in to the Practice or email to FV-UHB.gp25101allanclin@nhs.net

This form allows the doctor to capture all the relevant information required in order to review your request.
Many thanks for your co-operation.

Acute Medication request form (ms-word format) Save document and email to Practice

Acute Medication request form (pdf format for Ipads)
Print document, complete and either hand in to Practice or scan and email if you have these facilities.

 
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