https://www.nhsinform.scot/illnesses-and-conditions/infections-and-poisoning/coronavirus-covid-19

FOR CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION CLICK LINK ABOVE.

IF YOU HAVE ANY UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT SYMPTOMS DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY SELF ISOLATE .

HAND WASHING TECHNIQUE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IisgnbMfKvI

Out Of Hours

Should you need to see a GP  after hours  and at Holiday periods call NHS 24 on 111.

Please use the service responsibly during these difficult times. click on link for information 

https://www.nhsggc.org.uk/services/out-of-hours-gp-service/

Coronavirus Triage

During the current Coronavirus [ CoVid19 ] Pandemic we have had to postpone all routine work and appointments . ALL calls will be Triaged. YOU MUST NOT  come to the surgery.  Please call if you feel you are in need of medical care and we will discuss your care .

Practice Updates

The flu vaccination program is about to start [ September] and you will be lettered about appointments and times .  The practice will deal with 18-65 year old patients with underlying illnesses such as asthma , heart disease, immune deficient patients  and you will be lettered . All other patients will be lettered by the health board and vaccination will take place outwith the practice. 

Video consultations are now available in the practice should this be necessary . Please make an appointment in the usual way . When instructed  connect with the button below and follow the instructions.

Location

Address And Telephone

Greenock Health Centre

20 Duncan Street

Greenock

PA15 4LY

TEL: 01475 608800

Opening Hours

Monday8am - 6pm
Tuesday8am - 6pm
Wednesday8am - 6pm
Thursday8am - 6pm
Friday8am - 6pm

* Closed bank holidays

Emergencies

We are committed to the health and safety of our patients, out-with practice opening hours you can contact NHS 24.

NHS 24 service provides urgent health advice out of hours, when your GP practice or dentist is closed.

It’s sometimes referred to as ‘unscheduled care services’. This means that the service is there for you, in the out of hours period when other sources of support such as your doctor or dentist are closed. 

People across Scotland can access the service, on landlines and mobile phones free of charge, using a number that is short and easy to remember.

 

To contact NHS 24 dial 111 from any mobile or landline

If someones life is in danger, dial 999 imedaitely, NHS 24 are unable to deal with such emergencies