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STAFF AFTERNOON TRAINING CLOSURE - THURSDAY 26 JUNE

THE SURGERY WILL BE CLOSED FROM 12.30PM ON THE AFTERNOON OF THURSDAY 26 JUNE FOR STAFF TRAINING.

IF YOU REQUIRE URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION DURING THIS CLOSURE PLEASE PHONE NHS 24 ON 111.

THE SURGERY WILL REOPEN ON FRIDAY 27 JUNE AT 8.30AM.

Know Who To Turn To When You Are Ill


NHS Forth Valley

When you need advice about health or you are feeling unwell, it’s important to know who to turn to.

Remember that accident and emergency services are for people who are seriously ill and need of emergency care. In many cases, your local pharmacist, GP, dentist or minor injuries unit will be able to provide advice and treatment.

Use the headings below to find out more about the best place to turn to when you are feeling unwell or have an injury. Alternatively you can download our single page information sheet.

Looking After Yourself

Sore throats, coughs, cold and flu symptoms, minor cuts and grazes …

Community Pharmacy

High temperature/fever, coughs, colds and nasal congestion, minor eye infections, stomach upsets…

Prescription Medicines

It’s important that you don’t run out of essential medicines and you should check which items are needed…

Your GP Practice Team

Severe tummy/belly pain, backache, infections, long term conditions, depression and anxiety …

Dental Service

Constant throbbing toothache, abscesses, crowns, bridges falling out, teeth sensitivity, intermit dull toothache …

Eye Problems

Blurred eye, sudden loss of vision, sudden flashes or floaters, infected eye, red eye, sore eye, dry eye…

NHS 24 Out of Hours Service

If you’re too ill to wait until they re-open, you can access out of hours…

Minor Injuries Unit

Cuts and minor burns, sprains or strains, minor eye injuries and infections, suspected broken bones …

Accident and Emergency/999

Suspected stroke or heart attack, serious illness or injury, collapse…

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