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Scottish Government Covid Guidelines for Patients   (click on title to open)


Eligible patients who have not received an appointment letter for Covid-19 vaccine should submit the Missing Invitation contact form on the following website:   

https://invitations.vacs.nhs.scot/

The form can be completed by relatives/carers and an appointment will be sent by the National Scheduling team. 


COVID-19 VACCINATION STATUS - If absolutely required or you are due to travel in the next 21 days.

You can access to your vaccination status online or by phoning the Covid-19 Status Helpline as follows:-

Visit online:  www.nhsinform.scot/covid19status  

Telephone:   0808 196 8565  (between 10am - 6pm)

PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THE PRACTICE FOR THIS SERVICE


COVID SYMPTOMS

If you have Covid related symptoms but are well, please contact NHS Inform to arrange a test and self isolate as per government guidance.

If you are unwell and need urgent care, please call the surgery on 413234 and a clinician will call you back. PLEASE DO NOT COME IN TO THE PRACTICE.

For further general advice on Covid-19 visit NHS Inform www.nhsinform

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PATIENT CONSULTATIONS - During the first year of the pandemic we tried to deal with all requests for GP advice on the same day if possible.  Due to increasing demand and the need to keep patients, staff and the public safe, we are no longer able to do this, but have now opened up phone consultations available to book up to several weeks in advance.  You may then be offered a face to face appointment if this is clinically appropriate.

If you need urgent care on the day please let the receptionist know and be prepared to give a short description of your symptoms to ensure that you are dealt with by the most appropriate clinician.

We would also encourage you to seek advice on medical problems from the following sources, if appropriate:

www.nhsinform.scot

www.patient.co.uk

Contact your local pharmacy and make use of the Pharmacy First Service.  The following link provides information on what conditions they can help with:

https://www.gov.scot/publications/nhs-pharmacy-first-scotland-information-patients

For dental problems, contact your Dentist.

For eye problems, contact your Optician.

For life-threatening emergencies, call 999 for the Ambulance Service

For urgent care outwith Surgery hours, please call NHS 24 on 111


Near Me iconNEAR ME VIDEO CONSULTATIONS are strictly by appointment only, video consultations will not be answered unless invited by a clinician at Inverkeithing Medical Group.  (click on the icon for a video consultation)

 This video consultation only works on Google Chrome on a laptop, android or MacOS or on Safari on any Apple device including and iMac, MacBook, iPad or iPhone.  Using the latest version of Chrome or Safari is recommended for best video calling performance.

Welcome to Inverkeithing Medical Group

Inverkeithing Medical Group has been established for many years and provides GP services to patients living in Inverkeithing, North Queensferry, parts of Rosyth, Dalgety Bay, Hillend and Aberdour. Our services are run from purpose built premises at 5 Friary Court, Inverkeithing and Regents Way, Dalgety Bay. We also have a “consulting room only” facility, at Aberdour Pharmacy, 30 High Street, Aberdour.

With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.

 

Mission Statement

 "To provide the best possible primary care services to our patients in an efficient, friendly and sympathetic manner".

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.Access to the online appointment system is currently suspended for booking appointments.  However, you can continue to use this link to order your repeat prescriptions.

 

(Site updated 05/10/2021)
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