We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases and offer a wide variety of medical services.
Most blood tests need to be done in the morning or early afternoon to ensure they get to the hospital lab in time for processing. Our healthcare assistant has appointments most mornings from 08:30 to 12:00 for all blood tests. Some later slots are also available. Again appointments can be booked at reception or over the phone.
Please advise the receptionist if you require to be fasted and we will try and give you an earlier time.
Well Woman Clinics
Well Woman appointments for cervical smear tests are available with our practice nurses, please contact our reception staff to arrange a suitable appointment time.
All women between the ages of 20 and 60 years should have a cervical smear every 3 years.
All our GP’s can give advice on family planning methods and prescribe the various contraceptive pills. Dr Kidd runs our Implant fitting service and more information on all of these matters can be obtained from reception. We are not able to fit or remove IUD’s (coils) – patients wishing this should contact their local Family Planning Clinic.
We have a clinics for diabetic patients. Patients will be sent a reminder letter when they are due their next routine check-up. Patients attending the Diabetic Clinic for annual reviews will be seen by Sister Diane Elrick.
Our practice nurses have appointments throughout the week for asthma checks (for children and adults). Appointments can be made at reception.
Addictions Management Clinic
We have an opiate addictions management clinic on Tuesday afternoon run by Dr. Fawcett and our team of addiction counsellors. Attendance is by appointment only.
Glasgow Council on Alcohol
GCA provide 1-to-1 alcohol counselling at Midlock on Wednesday afternoons. The Counsellor can help you look at the reasons you might be drinking too much then set goals for you to reduce, control or stop drinking. You can refer yourself by calling GCA on 0141 353 1800 and stating you would like meet here.
Moira Anderson Foundation
MAF provides support to people impacted by child sexual abuse, whether it’s the person who has experienced abuse or their family members affected. 1-to-1 counselling sessions take place here on a Monday morning; if you would like to be referred, please ask your GP or make an appointment to see the Community Links Practitioner.