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Monday 12th October 2020


Friday 25th December 2020

Monday 28th December 2020

New Year

Friday 1st January 2021

Monday 4th January 2021

Training Dates - Practice shuts at 12.30pm

Thursday 4th June 2020

Thursday 27th August 2020

Wednesday 28th October 2020

Thursday 26th November 2020



**For Registration 2020, please click here** 

*For Flu Clinic Information click here*


In order to protect the health of both patients and healthcare workers, we would request that you only visit the health centre if absolutely necessary.

We are currently unable to offer routine appointments. 

 If you feel you need routine medical attention/advice, please phone us on 01786 463831 between 8am - 11am for a call back.

A GP or nurse will call you back and arrange appropriate care. 

If you have a face-to-face appointment, please do not arrive early - try to come at your appointment time.

We are also suspending online booking and walk-ins at this time.

Stay Home

If you are symptomatic please self-isolate and seek medical advice from the practice.

Visit for the latest guidance on coronovirus including a symptom checker and self-isolation guidelines.

If you have COVID symptoms - please do not come into the surgery. 

**If you are coming into the surgery for an appointment or to pick up a prescription - please wear a face covering/mask. **

Please click on Isolation Note if you are self-isolating and require a sick line for your employer. 

For the Test and Protect app please click here.

COVID19 Information

Coronavirus Toolkit

We are an established Medical Practice and take pride in offering a friendly personal service.

The Medical Centre was built in 1992 and is situated on the University campus. Any person living within the practice catchment area may apply to register. Whilst our services are predominately aimed at patients in tertiary education, we welcome all those living in our catchment area.


I have a medical problem - who do I see? 

Please be aware that your first point of call may not always be a GP (Doctor). Other healthcare professionals may be better suited. Review the below information: 

Practice Nurses can help you with:

Sexual health check-ups (if female and not symptomatic), repeat contraception pills (as long as you have had them prescribed at the practice before), asthma check-ups, smear tests, travel vaccinations (8 weeks before you are due to depart), BP checks, blood tests, ECGs, diabetic reviews, CVD reviews, wound dressings, Implant/ Nexplanon insertions (Thursdays only).

A Pharmacy can help you with:

UTIs (between 16-65, non-recurrent and not pregnant), emergency contraception, thrush, conjunctivitis, skin infections (eczema, cellulitis, nail infections, bites, verrucas), minor aliments (less than 5 days), nasal problems, coughs, colds, sore throats, hayfever, earache, smoking cessation, pain relief and medication queries. 

Please note our in-house pharmacist Priya will also be able to assist with some of these issues, please phone us to discuss.

Physiotherapist problems:

For minor muscle or joint problems, if you are over 16, please visit call 0800 9179390 Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm and speak to a call handler who will be able to direct you to the right care.

Minor injuries (cuts, bruises, fractures, injuries):

Please read Minor Injury Assessment information and phone 01324 566130 before attending - walk in appointments are no longer available. 

Please contact the Stirling Health and Care Village Minor Injuries (we do not have X-Ray facilities here). To save wasted time on your part and a GP's please attend Minor Injuries. This includes burns, wounds, sprains, scrapes, cuts, minor eye, head, neck, ear (not infection) injuries and broken bones

Open 9.00am - 9.00pm

Note - they are unable to treat minor illnesses, back or hip injuries.

If out-of-hours, please attend Forth Valley Royal Hospital Emergency Department

***If you are experiencing a medical emergency, whether it is within practice hours or out of hours, such as chest pain, loss of consciousness/collapse, symptoms of a stroke, anaphylaxis, breathing difficulties, head injuries, severe bleeding that cannot be stopped, chocking or severe abdominal pain please attend the Emergency Department or call a 999 ambulance.***

Sexual Health:

BOOKED appointment at our Lifestyle Clinic (or if female and not symptomatic - nurse appointment)

Or contact Central Sexual Health- 01324 566693

NHS Forth Valley

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