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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.


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Jan 2016

Proxy Access to Vision Online Services - it would be helpful to specify that evidence of Power of Attorney is required

We have updated our information leaflets to state this.

We are unable to accept Power of Attorney status without sight of the official documentation. 

The waiting time to access my doctor of choice is too long

We have introduced bookable telephone review appointments for each doctor – if you do not require a face-to-face appointment, you may be able to speak to your doctor of choice on the telephone sooner.

We have no control over demands on our resources but try our best to meet the needs of our patients.

What about using facilities like Skype for consultations?

This has been considered by the NHS Highland eHealth Committee already and for various reasons concerning security around a commercial system, it is thought not to be viable. We have raised this topic again for further consideration and review – watch this space………….

We are bound by NHS policies and need to comply with whichever systems are authorised and endorsed by them.






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