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The practice has also decided to regulate non-urgent appointments. This is to keep everyone as safe as possible, as it could be in our patients’ best interest to not come to the medical centre if you don’t have to. This means that certain clinics might be postponed for now and you will be asked to contact the practice again at a later date to check availability, depending on how the situation evolves over time.

We have also stopped patients pre-booking appointments and have suspended online bookings for now. Anyone wishing to make an appointment will have to speak to a GP first by phoning the practice. In most cases, consultations will be take place over the phone or online instead of patients coming into the practice.

We want to help you to do all you can to reduce the spread of Coronavirus, whilst at the same time doing the best to keep you healthy.

Prescription Requests

Please note that prescriptions requested early, will not be processed at this time. All prescriptions will be sent to Boots Aviemore or Milton of Leys in Inverness.
Please do not come in to the surgery to collect your prescriptions.

Childhood Immunisation Clinic

Appointments are still available in our Thursday morning clinic. We urge parents to continue to use this service for routine child immunisations.

Please note:

  • Only one parent to attend the appointment with their child.
  • Only attend these appointments if you are well.
  • If you will be self-isolating on the day of the appointment due to a family member having symptoms, please call and cancel your appointment and re-book in 2 weeks.
  • When you arrive, please wait outside the surgery (in your car if you have one) until the nurse calls you (she will try your mobile number first) - if the weather does not allow for this and you have to enter the building please wait in the children's area until the nurse is ready to see you.

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