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Loch Leven Health CentreMuirsKinross, KY13 8FPTel: 01577 862112
Same Day Appointments will be answered and assessed by the Triage Team. You will be asked for some medical details to ascertain the nature and urgency of your condition. Please help us by providing any information requested. All information will be treated with the strictest confidentiality.
You may be offered:
We try to provide appointments with your usual to GP but this is not always possible. There is however, a large team at the Health Centre and you may be offered an appointment with another healthcare professional who will be able to help you.
You may request an appointment with a doctor of your choice. Every effort will be made to offer you an appointment as soon as possible with your preferred GP.
It is helpful if you only present the doctor with one or two problems at each consultation. Multiple queries take longer, making surgeries run late.
Separate appointments should be made for each person requiring a consultation.
If you consider the matter to be urgent you must inform us when making the appointment. The appointment will be with the next available doctor or with a Nurses if appropriate.
The Duty doctor has responsibility for all emergencies.
Nurses provide a range of clinics for chronic diseases and for more general problems. Appointments should be made at reception.
Our senior nurses are Nurse Prescribers. They are able to see a wide range of conditions and can prescribe medication. Appointments may be booked in advance with reception and same day appointments are also available.
See Clinics and Services for more information on the services provided by the Nursing Team.
Home visits are for patients who are seriously ill or housebound.
Requests for home visits should be made by 10:30am.
Over 80% of our patients keep their appointments and this is greatly appreciated. However, some patients do not attend and this wastes an appointment which could have been given to another patient.
If you are unable to keep an appointment please let us know by calling 01577 862112 as soon as possible.
You can also cancel an appointment on line at on-line form
Text Reminder Service
We offer a text reminder service where we send you a text the day before your appointment. A text can be sent back to cancel if you no need the appointment. Please sign up at Text Messaging Service.