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PRESCRIPTION INFORMATION 

Please be aware that due to current circumstances the practice, and the local pharmacies, are extremely busy at the moment. It is 48 hours for a prescription to be processed at the practice and it can be a further 48 hours at the pharmacy. We would like to advise patients that to ensure they receive their prescription in a timely manner, they should order their repeat prescriptions one week in advance.

 

If you have a

  • continuous cough
  • fever/high temperature (37.8C or greater)
  • loss of, or change in, sense of smell or taste (anosmia)

please self isolate in line with national guidance. DO NOT ATTEND the practice. Go to NHSinform online to book a coronovirus test. If you feel your symptoms are severe or you may require hospitalisation please phone the practice. Please check www.nhsinform.scot/coronavirus for latest updates.

 For info on Covid Vaccinations please visit www.nhsinform.scot/covid19vaccine

If you are invited by a doctor to an online video consultation, Near Me, please click the following link:

https://nhsattend.vc/gp40051

We have suspended our online appointment booking as a response to COVID-19. We appreciate your understanding at this time.

Teaching

Anniesland Medical Practice is a registered training practice so in addition to the five partners we are joined each year by a doctor who is experienced in hospital medicine and is now gaining advanced training in General Practice.

The practice is regularly assessed by Glasgow University to ensure that the appropriate standards are reached to enable us to continue to train doctors.

Occasionally patients may be asked if their consultations may be video taped for teaching purposes.  This will only be done with the consent of the patient and only the doctor and his trainer have access to this video. 

Medical students and Nursing students also attend the practice from time to time. We hope that you will co-operate with us and help the students to learn about general practice. However, you will be informed of their presence in advance, and if you do not want them to be present at a consultation, your wishes will be respected. This will not affect your treatment in any way.



 
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