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Please DO NOT hand in your repeat prescription early as we are not able to process it - Please only order when you need to. We will take requests over the phone at the moment between 11am - 2pm. Please let us know what chemist you would like your prescription to go to as we are now sending them to chemists for collection.

When ordering prescriptions through Emis access there is a box at the bottom to allow you to leave a message, please indicate which chemist you would wish your prescription to be sent to and we will do this for you. 

As from Monday 23rd March, Thornton surgery will be closed due to staff shortages. 

Change in opening hours:-

As from the 3rd January 2020 we will now close the surgery at 5.30pm. There will be an emergency service running until 6pm.

Thornton practice will now be closed all day on a Thursday.

We will continue to open at 8am , Monday to Friday and early morning surgeries will still continue. 

Latest DNA figures:-

For February 2020 - 127 patients did not attend/cancel their appointments.

We now have 3 Advanced Nurse Practitioners at our practice, there will be some changes to the way you book appointments, please look at our ANP page for more details. 

Do you have Muscle or Joint Problems?  Check our new page "MSK help" for more information.

Rothes Medical Practice is now "Dementia Friendly" read all about it on page.

IMPORTANT: Please ensure we have your correct telephone number.

Have you signed up to order prescriptions on line?

See our Patient Access Information page. In order to order prescriptions and book appointments.

Please see our page regarding Coronavirus (COVID -19).

Diabetes information

My diabetes my way is the public facing website in Scotland for our national clinical diabetes electronic record (SCI-Diabetes) which is where everyone with diabetes in Scotland can access their clinical results and diabetes information. They have developed this 2 day elearning course during COVID- 19 for people with type 2 diabetes. It would be particularly useful for people who have been recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes but are unable to access diabetes education due to clinics being cancelled. It would also be a useful update for anyone with type 2 diabetes. The course is running on the 28th and 29th April and details on how to register are below.

The information is available on my diabetes my way's facebook and twitter accounts. 

https://www.facebook.com/MyDiabetesMyWay/

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