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Clinic Description

Family Planning Advice on contraception and provision of free condoms. Phone reception for advice

Antenatal Care Routine antenatal check-ups by our qualified midwives.

Mother and Baby A drop-in clinic for advice and weight checking.  Vaccinations for all children up to age 5.

Routine Vaccinations  for all ages are available during surgery times by appointment with our nurses.  Travel vaccinations are only administered during travel clinics.

Asthma/COPD Regular check-ups and advice from practice nurses on lifestyle, inhaler techniques and medication.

Diabetic Advocating a healthy lifestyle initially and prescribing medication as appropriate.

Cardiovascular Addressing the major risk factors of heart and blood vessels disease. Smoking, weight, blood pressure and cholesterol for starters. Monday,Wednesday and Friday, or by alternative appointment (ask for a double appointment).

Travel Clinic Collect and complete a travel form from reception and our Practice Nurse will give you up to the minute advice and an appropriate appointment time.  By arrangement with Practice Nurse.  Visit our travel advice page

Wart Clinic Following assessment and referral from your GP, contact reception to arrange an appointment in one of our weekly clinics held by a Practice Nurse.


Well Woman Cervical smears, contraceptive services and other health matters discussed.

More information on the above clinics can be found on the appointment section of the website.  Appointments

As part of the new GP Contract NHS Lanarkshire is taking over phlebotomy services from the practice.  Therefore patients will normally have bloods taken by community  staff rather than practice staff.  These clinics are held in the Dental Centre or Physiotherapy /Podiatry building which are co-located with the Health Centre.  You will be informed of details at the time of booking your appointment.

There will be more changes across primary care services as the local Primary Care Improvement Plan (PCIP) starts to gain momentum.

Further details can be found on the NHS Lanarkshire website by following the link below:

Primary Care Improvement Plan