NHS Grampian IT Department will be carrying out essential IT maintenance to our computer system on TUESDAY 27 JANUARY and WEDNESDAY 28 JANUARY.
During this time, we will not have access to our clinical system, which means we will be unable to make routine appointments, order prescriptions or give out test results.
Patients requiring any of the above should call back after lunch-time on Thursday 29 January.
Any patients requesting urgent book on the day appointments should contact the Health Centre as normal on 0845 337 9911
Any patients with pre-booked GP or nurse appointments will still be seen during this time.
We apologies for any inconvenience and thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation.
We are open Monday to Friday:
8.30am to 6.00pm
We are open on all Bank Holidays but are closed on Weekends. When we are closed : Procedure for Out of Hours.
Inverurie Medical Practice
1 Constitution Street,
Aberdeenshire. AB51 4SU
Tel: 0845 337 9911
Fax: 01467 627770
Patients should note that all telephone calls are recorded.
Monday to Friday:
8.30am to 6.00pm - Consultations are available throughout the day. Details of our extended hours serivce can be found here.
You may consult any of the doctors at the practice. Instructions for making an appointment can be found below:
To make an appointment please phone the health centre on 0845 337 9911 and press ‘2’. The receptionist will offer you the next routine appointment with the doctor of your choice. All routine appointments, including those released for next day, will be available for booking from 8.30am daily.
Routine appointments are booked at ten minute intervals. It is generally best to see your usual doctor even if it means a wait of a day or so, especially if you have already seen the doctor for that problem or if it will require some discussion.
Routine appointments with a GP can be made up to six weeks in advance. Appointments with the Practice Nurses can be made up to twelve weeks in advance.
Telephone Consultations: These are phone appointments that can be booked in advance. Telephone consultation times and the booking process can be found here.
Same Day Appointments: If you feel it is necessary to be seen on the same day we have a Duty Doctor system in operation for urgent problems. A receptionist is available from 8.00am to 8.30am to deal with urgent requests only.
Tuesday: Telephone consultations & routine appointments from 7.10am until 6.40pm
Wednesday: Telephone consultations & routine appointments from 7.10am - 6.25pm
Friday: Telephone consultations and routine appointments available from 7.10am
Please Note: We do not operate a "walk-In" service - If you require an appointment on the day please contact the health centre by telephone and your request will be triaged by the duty doctor.
Protected Learning Time (PLT) is an opportunity for practice staff to address their learning and professional development needs which is supported by Grampian Health Board . Put simply, practices in a locality or within a Community Health Partnership (CHP) close for an afternoon to allow for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) learning activities.
Inverurie and Kintore surgeries will close at 1.30pm for PLT - see dates below. Patients in need of urgent advice or who need to see a doctor during training afternoons should telephone the usual surgery number. Your call will then be diverted to the out-of-hours service.
PLT dates for 2014/15 are:
If you cannot keep your appointment, please let us know. You can cancel your appointment online.
It is important to let us know if you need to cancel so that we are able to offer your appointment to someone else.
At the practice we offer a comprehensive range of health services.
If you have an urgent dental problem such as toothache or a dental abscess you should see a dentist not your GP.
If you have a regular dentist you should telephone them and arrange an urgent appointment. If they are closed there should be an answer phone message with the phone number of the local dentist covering emergencies. If you have trouble getting through call NHS 24 on 111.
Advice is available from dental advisors regarding all dental problems from the British dental health foundation (BDHF).
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