The following information provides full guidance on how you can access your GP service both in hours, and out of hours.
When you have an illness or injury that won’t go away, make an appointment to see your General Practitioner (GP).
Your GP will carry out detailed examinations and provide advice, information and prescriptions. Your GP also provides routine monitoring and management of ongoing health conditions. Examples are diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke and heart disease. They can provide most contraceptive services, minor surgery, maternity services, and immunisations. They carry out screening such as smears and child health.
Your doctor can refer you to another specialist healthcare professional if required. This could be for tests and treatment.
The following video outlines how GP practices are currently working to help you receive the care you require.
To find your nearest GP practice, please enter your Postcode in the search box now.
Due to the current risks posed by COVID-19, unless there is an immediate need for care, your GP Out of Hours service will NOT see you if you turn up unexpectedly.
If you feel unwell outwith normal surgery hours, call NHS 24 on 111. You will be given advice depending on your symptoms. This could include:
You may receive a telephone consultation with a GP, or a virtual consultation via Attend Anywhere. If you need to see a doctor face-to-face, you will receive an appointment for your nearest urgent primary care centre.
Our patient transport service can take you to and from the centres if required, and GP home visiting is also in operation if you are unable to travel.