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Friday Appointment changes

We are changing how our appointment system operates on a Friday. For more information on this, please click the "Appointments" tab at the top of the page and select "Friday appointment changes".

Vaccine update 17/01/2020

 Vaccines are now available for Adult Flu(under 65) and shingles for those who are eligible.

Please call the surgery to arrange an appointment at one of our clinics on the usual number 01505 863223.

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Next Public Holiday - Friday the 10th and Monday the 13th of April.

Please see our "Latest news" tab for new info on our Monday Evening Surgery and also to view our updated house call protocol.

Latest News

Looking to be more active, meet new friends - Parkrun

Click on the above for further information.

RADAR - Renfrewshire Adolescent Drug & Alcohol Resource

RADAR works to help young people aged 12-20 whose alcohol and/or drug use is having an impact on their wellbeing. Please click here to download information leaflet

BSL Mental Health A-Z

GP Working days are now as follows -  

Dr McKenzie (Partner)                  Mon, Tues AM, Thurs, Fri AM

Dr Hamilton (Partner)                  Mon, Wed, Thurs

Dr Tiwari (Partner)                       Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri

Dr Bennett (Partner)                    Mon, Tues, Wed

Dr Bloomfield (Salaried GP)         Tues, Thurs, Fri  

In addition to the above, the GPs in the practice provide medical cover for patients in local nursing homes and those in Erskine hospital.

The surgery is open from 8.30am until 8pm on a Monday and 8.30am until 6pm Thursday to Friday, closing 1 hour for lunch each day between 12.30-1.30pm.

New GP'S

I am sure you will be pleased to hear that we have 2 new GP's.

Dr Basi and Dr Bloomfield have both started in the practice already and we hope they enjoy becoming part of the team!

Pharmacy First

Due to new guidelines, your GP is no longer the first port of call for urine infections for women aged 16-65 or impetigo. you should now contact your local community pharmacy for advice & treatement (exclusions apply). Please click here for further information.


Online Services - Register Now!

 Please click above for details.                    


Between 12-18? Looking to lose weight?

Youth Health Service can help. Free Weight loss plan for up top 24 weeks.

Click here for further information.


Looking for advice, local services...see the new NHS Inform Website


Missed Appointments

We realise that things happen outwith your control which can prevent you from making your appointment or informing us of this however, where at all possible, could you please let us know if this is the case.

You can inform us by calling or by replying CANCEL to the text message reminders which are sent out to patients who have opted in to this service.

Missed appointments lead to:

1)  Longer waiting times for appointments

2)  Frustration for both patients and staff and is a waste of resources.


Please click here for information on SPIRE

Practice Boundary Change

As of 1st December 2013 our practice boundary has been adjusted to include PA7 postcodes only.  Patients registered at Bishopton Medical Practice currently living within the PA8 and PA4 postcode areas will be kept on the list at their current address.  However anyone moving to a new address within PA8 and PA4 will be required to register at a more local practice.  This applies whether it is people moving into the area or who are currently patients of Bishopton Medical Practice.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Monday Evening Surgery

We are pleased to inform you that our Advanced Nurse Practitioner will now be working during our Monday evening surgery, alongside our GP's. She will be available for reviews, smears etc.

There will be NO BLOODS or BLOOD PRESSURE done at this time. These tests will be performed during normal surgery hours by our Phlebotomist or Health Care Assistant as appropriate.

Updated House call protocol

House calls are only available for patients who are housebound or too unwell to attend the surgery.

Please call before 10.30am if a house call is required. If you call after 10.30am you may need to be seen the following day, except in the case of an emergency.

Please be prepared to give staff as much information as possible to enable the Dr to prioritise the list and also bear in mind that several patients can be seen in the surgery in the time it takes to do 1 house call, so, if you are able to come to the surgery, please try to do so.

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