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
Out Of Hours and Holidays
Right Care Right Place
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
Please do not attend A/E services except for life threatening emergencies such as chest pain , breathlessness severe abdominal pain stroke symptoms or collapse
. ALL patient calls can now be either a telephone call or face to face consultations . Please call if you feel you are in need of medical care and we will discuss your care .Face to Face consultations are available now Face masks must be worn unless your medical condition is such that it causes distress. This is to ensure the safety of both patients and staff.
Travel Vaccination Update
Patients are be asked to access information on what vaccinations are required, together with malarial and safe travel advice at Home – Fit for Travel. The website allows then to select their destination and then view the requirements for the destination before contacting the providers on the board website.
4 Travel Vaccines are available on the NHS (Typhoid, Hepatitis A, DPT and Cholera) at no direct cost to the patient. Any other vaccinations will incur a cost to the patient as at present
There is also a GGC webpage
The Health Board who now have responsibility for all vaccinations including Covid 19 initial vaccinations and Covid 19 booster vaccinations . The Health Board will write to patients with invites or you can sign up on the website to book an appointment . See NHS Inform Scotland website for details
You must ensure that prescriptions are ordered in good time . Due to the pressures currently we need to enforce a 2-3 working day window for your prescription requests . Most prescriptions are handled by the Pharmacy staff who are not in the practice on a daily basis so plenty of time is needed to process your request . This does not affect Palliative care or cancer patients or emergency prescription requests . Please remember that the local pharmacies can issue certain medication under the Minor ailments service such as treatment for Urinary infections , thrush treatments and calpol .
Broken Bones try the Minor injuries first not A/e
Address And Telephone
Greenock Health and Care Centre
TEL: 01475 608800
|Monday||8am - 6pm|
|Tuesday||8am - 6pm|
|Wednesday||8am - 6pm|
|Thursday||8am - 6pm|
|Friday||8am - 6pm|
* Closed bank holidays
We are committed to the health and safety of our patients, out-with practice opening hours you can contact NHS 24.
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