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11 Craigallian Avenue, Halfway, Cambuslang, Glasgow, G72 8RWTel: 0141 641 3129
We have Advanced Nurse Practitioners who can prescribe. They will see most patients with minor illness and for contraception, as well as many more conditions.
Anyone over 5 with a minor injury is best dealt with by the Minor Injuries Unit at the New Victoria. Open 9am to 9pm seven days.
The pharmacy will also deal with many problems and guide you to the best service for your problem.
Opticians are trained in all aspects of eye problems.
This will ensure that you receive a text message to confirm and remind you of appointments and will also enable you to cancel appointments.
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Dr Watson is available for consultations on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
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Dr Farley is available for consultations on a Tuesday morning and on a Wednesday and Friday.
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Dr Mercer is available for consultations on a Monday, a Tuesday morning and a Thursday.
Dr MacWalter is available for consultations on a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
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Dr Duncan is available for consultations on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Dr Brennan is available for consultations on a Monday, Tuesday and a Wednesday afternoon.
Dr Alkali is available for consultations on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday morning and Thursday morning.
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Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Margaret Brown is available for consultations on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.
Advanced Nurse Practitioners are are highly experienced nurses educated to Masters Level who are able to assess, investigate, diagnose, and prescribe.
They can see you for many things including acute back pain, joint sprains, acute chest infection, uti, diarrhoea, constipation, piles, dizziness, earache, swollen glands, oral thrush, raised temperature not improved after pharmacist advice and home treatment, shingles, tonsillitis, cough, sore throat, flu like illness, vaginal thrush, soreness, lump or discharge, vomiting, rashes, exacerbation of asthma, copd, diabetes, contraception, contraceptive implant insertion and removal.
Practice Nurse Jessica can see patients for well woman & contraceptive advice, asthma, blood pressure, chronic disease as well as injections and vaccinations. She can also offer advice on weight management, diet and many other health related issues including smoking cessation.
Our health care assistants can obtain blood samples, check blood pressure, administer flu vaccine, measure height, weight, give lifestyle advice.
Pharmacy services are taking a crucial role in Scotland; most GP surgeries now have access to a Pharmacist with advanced clinical skills. Pharmacists offer support to patients and clinicians in respect of all prescribed medication.
The pharmacist’s role is to optimise pharmaceutical care provided to patients and to promote safe, rational and cost effective prescribing within the practice. This includes re-authorising repeat prescriptions, reviewing special requests and processing hospital discharges and clinic letters. Pharmacists also conduct medication reviews and can answer questions you may have about your medicines.
Our Pharmacist may contact you to discuss and advise you on your medication.
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The nurses provide care to patients in their own homes and run clinics in Johnston Drive, Cambuslang for dressings and other procedures. Clinics are by appointment only, please contact the nurses to arrange an appointment. The nurses may be contacted via their direct line 0141 641 2085.
Clinics operate on Monday 10am - 1pm, Tuesday 9.30am - 4pm, Wednesday 10.00am - 1pm and Friday 1.00pm - 4.00pm.
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
They may be contacted via their direct telephone number 0141 641 2085.
The doctors work closely with many other staff such as:
The doctors can arrange referrals to these services. The physiotherapist self referral telephone number is 0845 604 0001.