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43 Dura StDundee, DD4 6SWTel: 01382 451100
In addition to GP consultations the practice offers a range of other clinics and healthcare services:
Please click the links below to see more information on our services:
Sources of Support
Are you feeling distressed or anxious, overwhelmed by problems, lonely or isolated? Our link worker can help. Please ask at reception for more details.
You can self refer to physio by downloading this form...Physio self referral
Worried about your mental health or feeling overwhelmed, low or need to talk? You can self-refer to PALMS if you are 16-64 and not currently seeing another mental health professional. Ask one of our patient advisers about making an appointment.
We have a pharmacy team in place to answer any medication questions you have and they can also carry out medication reviews. Please ask one of our patient advisers about arranging this for you.
Each year we run flu clinics. You are most at risk from catching flu if you:
We are only able to vaccinate patients in the above groups even if the NHS has provided the vaccination in the past.
We appreciate that many individuals who are not eligible for NHS vaccination wish to protect themselves against influenza. Whilst we are unable to provide the service, there are a number of private health providers who have supplies of the influenza vaccine. If you are aged 16 years and above, please check with a local pharmacy. For secondary school patients under the age of 16, please check with JDR Healthcare in Perth on 01738 258 158.
Our clinics for eligible patients are by appointment only. Please ask at reception.
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you should contact a travel clinic, often run by local pharmacies, to discuss your travel arrangements. Information they will need from you will include which countries and areas within countries that you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required.
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below
It is important to make the initial appointment as early as possible - at least 6 weeks before you travel. A second appointment will be required at least 2 weeks before you travel to have the vaccines administered. You may not be able to access last minute appointments.
Certain services provided by your doctor are not covered by the NHS and therefore attract charges. Examples include the following:
Our admin staff will be ablve to advise you further on our fees and timescales for completion (these are completed outwith normal NHS work).
We ask that you complete all the appropriate details before handing forms in to us to avoid any delays.
Please click the link below for information on Welfare Rights and Benefits Letters
Welfare Rights - Advice for Patients
DRIVERS MEDICAL REPORTING
We have been advised that we are only able to provide medical reports on your driving where this is requested directly from the Drivers and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA). As such we are unable to provide a supportive letter on your behalf should you be unhappy with the decision on your fitness to drive.
Whilst we sympathise when this affects employment, we are sure you understand that in the interests of safety, we must only complete the recognised forms.
Treatment Provided by the Private Sector
Direct follow up after private treatment is not with your GP practice. This is not an NHS service. Your private treatment provider is responsible for your ongoing review and this should be included in the price they have quoted for your care. However, if you wish us to carry out your private follow up, please contact the practice manager for advice on our fee prior to making any appointment.