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The Practice treats patients within the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership area who have been referred through Practitioner Services because their General Practitioner at the previous surgery felt their behaviour was unacceptable. This could have been violence towards staff, aggressive or abusive behaviour or theft.
Patients are encouraged to engage with the Service and we offer only timed appointments and patients are advised to attend on time or they may not be seen.
The practice nurse can also offer advice on weight management, diet and much other health related issues including smoking cessation.
General Practitioner (Family Doctor) Services.
When your GP surgery is closed call NHS 24 free on 111 if you are ill and it can't wait until your regular NHS service reopens.
Optometrists carry out FREE NHS eye examinations available to all UK residents living in Scotland.
Community optometrists are the first place to go for eye problems. If you have any problems with your eyes, make an appointment with an optometrist. All high street opticians have an optometrist who provides NHS services.
The optometrist will carry out tests and procedures to look for signs of eye disease. They may either treat the problem themselves or refer you to your GP or local hospital ophthalmology department for treatment.
During normal working hours most optometry practices will see you on the same day if you have an emergency.
If you develop an urgent eye problem when the practice is closed and can’t wait until it re-opens, call NHS24 on 111.
For an eye injury that requires immediate emergency treatment go to your nearest Accident & Emergency department.
Children under one should attend the Royal Hospital for Children.
Dispensing opticians provide spectacles and contact lenses according to prescription.
Pharmacy services are returning to Hunter Street on 19 September 2019. A drop in clinic will run every Thursday afternoon from 2pm. Clinics will be run from Treatment Room 5.