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If you have a fever, cough or shortness of breath within 14 days of travel to Wuhan City or any of the other affected areas, please phone your GP or NHS24 (111) immediately.

Please do not attend your GP practice in person, phone for advice from home.

Further information can be found at the NHS Inform website:-

or for general information, a free helpline has been set up on tel: 0800 028 2816

The helpline is open:

Monday to Friday 8:00am to 10.00pm

Saturday and Sunday 9:00 to 5:00pm

When We Are Closed

outofhoursBetween 6pm and 8am Monday to Friday, and 6pm Friday to 8am Monday, the surgery is closed. 

In order to obtain medical advice at these times, you should contact NHS 24 on 111.  A Receptionist in the Emergency Call Centre will answer your call.

The Receptionist will either:

  1. Arrange advice from a Doctor or Nurse
  2. Invite you to attend the Centre to be seen by the Doctor.
  3. Arrange a home visit if you are too ill to visit the centre.
  4. In a serious or life threatening situation, the Nurse will arrange an ambulance for you. 

Transport to and from the Centre is sometimes available if you cannot arrange this yourself. Please take a leaflet for further details from Reception. 

Out of hours cover is now the responsibility of NHS Grampian.  NHS 24 also provides a 24-hour advice line for health concerns.  Further information can also be obtained from NHS 24 on 111.  If you are contacting NHS 24 during the day you may be asked to get in touch with the surgery.


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