In line with national guidance, we are operating a reduced access policy to protect patients and staff from the potential transmission of coronavirus. We aim to deal with the majority of problems via the telephone, with only the most urgent consultations on a face-to-face basis.
If you have a routine appointment booked in the coming weeks you will be contacted by the surgery by telephone and you may be called back by an appropriate member of the clinical team.
Routine monitoring of chronic medical conditions such as Diabetes and Hypertension will be at a reduced level and non essential services such as medicals, medical reports & contraceptive services will be cancelled for the foreseeable future to allow our staff to focus on managing Covid 19.
All repeat prescriptions should be made via the prescription line/telephone. Please do not deliver slips through the letterbox or come in person. All prescriptions will be sent to the chemist, please do not come to pick them up at the surgery.
If you have minor symptoms i.e. cough or fever, then you do Not need to call the surgery – please self isolate for 7 days, and until >48 free of fever, before returning to normal activities. Please visit NHS inform for advice on symptoms. If you have worsening symptoms then please contact the practice or 111.
The Surgery Moffat
The Surgery is situated in the centre of Moffat, by the Town Hall, close to bus stops. Our premises have suitable access for prams and disabled persons, we regret that there are only parking facilities outside the Surgery for those holding a Blue Disabled Badge.
We provide a wide range of health and wellbeing services for our patients under one roof. We also provide, via the Health Board staff, a full range of Health Visiting services.
We have a branch surgery at Leadhills which serves our ML12 postcode patients, but patients can choose to attend either surgery.
Midwifery, Tel. 01461 202 017
District Nursing Services, Tel. 01683 220 555
We have provided a selection of online services and useful information for our patients.
Scotlands national health information service. It aims to provide accurate and relevant information to help you make informed decisions about your own health and the health of the people you care for.
Patient Access lets you use the online services of your local practice. These may include arranging appointments, repeat medication, secure messages, medical record and updating your details.
NHS Attend Anywhere helps health care providers offer video call access to their services as part of their business as usual, day-to-day operations.