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Flu Vaccination Programme 2019/20

We still have flu vaccinations available although our weekend clinics are over.

If you are eligible for an NHS flu vaccination, no need to wait to be invited - please call the surgery to book your appointment!


Easter Public Holiday 2020

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

  • Friday 10th April, 2020

If you are unwell and cannot wait until the practice re-opens please phone the Out of Hours service on 111. You will be asked for information about your health and condition and will be advised on the most appropriate course of action.

For a life threatening emergency please phone 999 and speak to the ambulance service, chest pains/shortness of breath would be considered an emergency

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.



steth_book1We have a Registration Pack available at Reception and our Receptionists will assist you with anything you are unsure about. It would be most helpful for you to have your medical card with you. New patients are always offered an appointment with the Doctor, for an initial health assessment as well as an explanation of the services we provide.

You will be registered with the Practice, rather than an individual Doctor but you can choose to see one particular Doctor if you wish, although it may mean a longer wait for an appointment.

All new patients are required to provide 2 forms of identification at registration, one to be photographic identification such as passport or driving licence and another proof of current address such as a utility bill.  Photocopies are not acceptable.


The area we cover includes Fort William, Caol, Inverlochy, Claggan, Lochyside, Banavie and Corpach. It extends to Glenfinnan to the West, Loch Lochy to the North, Roy Bridge and Fersit to the East, and the Ballachulish Bridge to the South.

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