Welcome to Coupar Angus Medical Centre

New Partner

We are delighted to announce Dr Roberta Hewitt has joined the practice as a Partner. Dr Hewitt will work Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday each week and will provide later appointments on Wednesdays, up until 6.20p.m.

Influenza Vaccination

The flu vaccine will be available in the practice from the end of September. Anyone 65yrs and over or between 18yrs – 64yrs in an “at risk” group, including pregnant women, can be vaccinated. We will have dedicated flu clinics running throughout October/November, which on some days will include early mornings from 8am and later evenings up until 6.15pm, to help make it easier for those people who work. Please contact the practice for further details and to book an appointment

Patient Online Services

We are pleased to announce our online services have gone live. Patients can  book/cancel appointments and order medication online. You will have to register first to use this service (16yrs +). Please download the form below or ask at reception for an application form for online access. Completed forms should be returned to reception with photo I.D. and proof of address. Registration for online services

PUBLIC HOLIDAY & TRAINING DATES

Please click on the link for a list of dates we will be closed for holidays and training COUPAR ANGUS MEDICAL CENTRE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS AND TRAINING DATES

EXTENDED OPENING HOURS

We can offer appointments up until 6.30pm as follows: Wednesdays - GP and Practice Nurse, Thursdays - GP Some of these appointments will be available to pre-book which should be more convenient for people who work.

When the surgery is closed

The surgery is closed from 6.00pm to 8.00am Monday to Friday and from 6.00pm Friday until 8.00am Monday, and also for Public Holidays and educational afternoons which will be displayed on notices in the practice.

For medical advice when the surgery is closed telephone NHS 24 on 111 giving your name, address and contact details.  Trained staff will assess and manage the problems appropriately which may be:

a) arrange advice from a doctor or nurse.

b) invite you to attend a centre to be seen by a doctor.

c) arrange a home visit if you are too ill to visit a centre.