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You can now book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view certain aspects of your medical record online by signing up to our new Patient Access Service. Please see 'Online Services' tab on the right.  If you can spare us a couple of minutes of your time to complete a short survey, please click on the 'Friend & Family Survey' link on the right.  Annandale is taking part in the National Diabetes Audit. For further information see the ‘Diabetes’ tab on the right.

Friday 22nd December OPEN normal surgery hours and arrangements.

Saturday 23rd December CLOSED call NHS111 service for advice and bookable local GP appointments.

Sunday 24th December CLOSED call NHS111 service for advice and bookable local GP appointments.

Monday 25th December CLOSED call NHS111 service for advice and bookable local GP appointments.

Tuesday 26th December CLOSED call NHS111 service for advice and bookable local GP appointments.

Wednesday 27th December OPEN normal surgery hours and arrangements.

Thursday 28th December OPEN normal surgery hours and arrangements.

Friday 29th December OPEN normal surgery hours and arrangements.

Saturday 30th December CLOSED call NHS111 service for advice and bookable local GP appointments.

Sunday 31st December CLOSED call NHS111 service for advice and bookable local GP appointments.

Monday 1st January CLOSED call NHS111 service for advice and bookable local GP appointments.

Normal surgery times and arrangements from Tuesday 2nd January 2018.

 

If you need urgent medical care or advice when the surgery is closed you can contact the NHS111 service. Dial 111 free of charge from mobiles and landlines.  Please remember that you should only call a doctor outside of surgery hours if it cannot wait until the surgery reopens.

 

Be health aware over the festive period. 

Make sure you have sufficient supplies of your regular medicines to last you through to the New Year.

Remember that your local pharmacist can help you with advice on many routine problems and can prescribe medication for many minor ailments without you needing to see a Doctor.

 
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