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Tweeddale Medical Practice is closed every Wednesday from 2-2.30pm.  If you have a life-threatening emergency please hang up and dial 999.  Otherwise please call back after 2.30pm.





The Practice will also be closed for the afternoon of Tuesday 21st May 2019 from 1pm for Protected Learning Time. If you require urgent medical assistance which cannot wait until the Practice re-opens on Wednesday 22nd May at 8am please ring NHS24 on 111.  If you have a life threatening emergency please ring 999.
                   

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Surgery Opening Hours

 

 Opening Hours
Monday08:00 - 18.00
Tuesday08:00 - 18.00
Wednesday

08:00 - 18.00

Closed 2-2.30pm

Thursday08:00 - 18.00
Friday08:00 - 18.00
Saturdayclosed

When the surgery is closed

If you have a a life-threatening emergency please dial 999.
If you have an urgent medical matter that requires attention before the surgery re-opens, please contact NHS24 by calling 111.
Calling NHS24 directly on 111 is quicker and is free. It might be an idea to note this number down beside your phone or store it in your contacts.

clockSurgery Consulting Hours

CONSULATATIONS ARE BOOKED BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Monday to Friday:

  • 9.20am - 12.30pm
  • 2.30pm - 5.15pm

Evening Surgery

  • 5.30pm - 7pm (Tues evening)

Telephone Consultation:

Need to speak to the doctor but don’t necessarily need to “see” the doctor?  You can book a telephone consultation for your doctor of choice.  These are useful if you don’t actually need to see the doctor in person or for follow-up appointments for the doctor to check how you are.  Your GP may suggest a telephone consultation for your next appointment.  These appointments can be booked in the usual way.  If you are unsure whether a telephone appointment would be suitable for you, we would be happy to advise.

 
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