Further to our recent post, we have just received delivery of our flu vaccines for patients aged 60-64yrs (who were not otherwise eligible).
Appointments are now open! Please contact the practice to book - 01397 703136.
We are also continuing to offer appointments for all other patients who are already eligible (both adults and children).
For more information of the flu vaccination and who is eligible, please visit

Wednesday Practice Meetings - 2-2.30pm

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.


In line with the rest of NHS Highland, the practice will be closed on

  • Friday 16th October 2020
  • Friday 25th December 2020
  • Monday 28th December 2020


If you need help when accessing any of our services, our staff can book free and confidential communication support for you

  • Telephone Translators
  • British Sign Language Interpreter
  • Electronic Notetaker
  • Lip Speaker
  • Deafblind Communicator

Please enquire with reception staff at the point of booking.

Due to ever-increasing demand, there is often a wait to see a GP or Nurse in the practice.  For some acute problems and Minor Ailments, you may not need to see a GP or Nurse and your problem may be dealt with more quickly by another service such as the following;


This is held every Wednesday morning in the surgery. The baby clinic is run by 2 Practice Nurses on an appointment system. The Health Visitor is also available in the Practice on Wednesday mornings - please feel free just to pop in to see the Health Visitor as no appointment is required.

At the Baby Immunisation Clinic we can offer general advice and help about any health aspect relating to your child, as well as carrying out routine health and screening checks on infants and children, and a full immunisation programme.  Please see the Family Health Section on the right hand menu >>>>> for full details of vaccination schedules.


Diabetes affects about 1.5% of the population. It is a disorder which can have serious implications for future health if it is not adequately monitored and treated. Patients with diabetes are on our computer register with a call and recall system and will be invited to attend at appropriate intervals. All diabetic patients will be contacted individually to arrange an appointment for review.  Please see the Long Term Conditions section on the right hand menu >>>> for more information.


This clinic was formerly known as the Asthma Clinic. We have changed it so that patients with other respiratory problems can also be reviewed. Invitations to attend are sent periodically, but please feel free to make an appointment without having received a letter.  Please see the Long Term Conditions section on the right hand menu >>>> for more information.


All Doctors in the Practice are available to advise on a full range of family planning methods. Women can therefore have the choice of seeing a male or female Doctor for such advice. Further information on family planning can be obtained from our Practice Nurses.


Our Health Care Assistants run a weekly Hypertension Clinic for patients on blood pressure treatment with no other problems.  Patients will be recalled to the clinic for blood pressure checks and lifestyle advice.  Please see the Long Term Conditions section on the right hand menu >>>> for more information.


Patients are more than welcome to make an appointment with one of our Practice Nurses for a general health check. Please ask for a double appointment with a Practice Nurse.

FOR MEN - Our Practice Nurses can provide a general health check for men with a particular emphasis on preventing heart disease, including blood pressure and cholesterol checks.

FOR WOMEN - Our Practice Nurses can provide a general health check for women. Any questions on Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) can be discussed and any problems sorted out. If you wish to have a cervical smear test please tell the receptionist who will allocate your appointment to the appropriate nurse.


We run INR clinics on Monday and Thursday mornings for patients on Warfarin medication. We have a piece of equipment called a Coaguchek machine which measures a pin-prick blood sample from your finger to give your current INR reading. We enter this reading into a computer software programme which gives your recommended dose and a date when your blood should be re-tested. We print a copy of this result for you to take home along with a note of your next re-test appointment.  Click here for a copy of our Warfarin Information Sheet.


Dr Douglas is an approved Medical Examiner for the Health and Safety Executive and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.

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