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Seasonal Flu Vaccination

The winter vaccination programme has started. If you are eligible for a free flu vaccine, you will get a letter from NHS Scotland. This will either give you an appointment date and time at one of the flu vaccination clinics in Lothian, or instruct you to make an appointment using an online portal.

If you are eligible for a COVID booster, you may get this at the same time as your flu jab, but this is not guaranteed, and you may have to attend two separate appointments.

You will not get your flu or COVID jabs at your GP practice. Please do not contact the surgery about your flu or COVID jab appointments.

If you have received a letter with an appointment that you are unable to attend, you can rearrange your appointment online here.  Alternatively you can call the vaccination helpline on 0800 030 8013 for assistance with re-booking.

If you are housebound, your jabs will be given to you by the housebound team, and they will be in touch to arrange this.

New Patient Registration

register_now_blue_signWe are happy to register new patients who live within our practice boundary area. You can click the above Practice Boundary Tab and enter your postcode in the box provided to check to see if your address is within our boundary.

In order to undertake the registration process we require you to complete a Registration Form and also a Questionnaire.  Please complete an Under 6's Questionnaire for any children aged under 6 years.  These forms can be downloaded below or can be collected from the surgery reception. 

All new patients aged 16 and over must bring their own forms to the surgery along with 2 forms of identification, one of which must have a photograph (not required for under 16's)

The doctor will review your application and you may be invited for a new patient check.  Please note that not all patients will be required to attend for a new patient check.

pdfRegistration Form        pdfRegistration Form (if Google Chrome / Mozilla).pdf

pdf Patient Questionnaire       pdfUnder 6's Questionnaire

 
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