On Thursday 17th June, we will be operating a restricted emergency service, as we will be undergoing a full IT Migration. We will not be able to book any appointments that day, process any prescriptions or answer any general queries. We have one Receptionist and one GP in the building to take calls from anyone with a genuine medical emergency only. We will be fully operational again on Friday 18th June. Thank you for your co-operation and understanding.

If you have been requested to E-mail the surgery, please use the following E-mail address:

Please Note: Our direct dial number for the Prescription telephone line (01505 821716) is no longer in operation. It will ring out and then eventually cut you off. To request prescriptions, please call the main switchboard (01505 863223) and select option 1.


Currently, as is the case in most GP surgeries nationwide, all appointments are Telephone consultations. This is due to the ongoing impact caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and to protect both patients, GP's and staff alike.
You will only be offered a face to face appointent if you have had a telephone consultation with the GP/ANP and it is deemed that this is essential.
If you are allocated a Telephone consultation, this is your appointment unless stated otherwise at the end of this consultation.
If you are required to attend the surgery, please wear a face covering or mask. Our Touchscreen is now operational so please use this to check-in were possible.
Please ensure to use hand gel BEFORE and AFTER touching the screen. In addition to this, this screen will be cleaned regularly as are all other surfaces in the surgery.
We realise it can currently be difficult and frustrating for everyone in our daily lives and particularly if you are unwell but we do appreciate your patience and understanding during these unprecidented times.

New Registrations

In a further bid to minimise the amount of people attending the practice, any new patients wishing to register, please download registration forms & patient questionaire forms from our website and post this to us, along with a copy of your proof of address. Alternatively you can now email these documents (or any other documents which have been requested by the surgery) to:

This option will only be in place during the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic and providing you reside within the PA7 post code area.

For patients moving from Erskine or Inchinnan, you are asked to remain at your current practice until the pandemic has resolved.



Please note the following changes due to the ongoing situation with Coronavirus

  •       To reduce the risk of Coronavirus transmission we would now ask that requests are      made via our online prescriptions service or our telephone prescription service.
  •       We will now be sending all prescriptions directly to your chosen pharmacy,      or bishopton pharmacy where no option has been selected. 
  • The surgery are unable to provide sick notes for self isolation due to Coronavirus. A letter to employers for those patients who are self isolating as per Government guidelines can be found here - .


 We are pleased to announce the launch of our Facebook page where you will be able to view updates about the practice as they occur.

Please click this link -corona virus- or check the "latest news" tab for info on Corona Virus.



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Repeat Prescriptions

green pillsRepeat prescriptions will be issued at the doctor’s discretion and are normally for patients on long-term treatment.  Repeat prescriptions can be ordered by:

  • Request slips may be placed in the letterbox in reception
  • Requested using the link above
  • Telephone (answerphone) 01505 82 1716
  • Posted to the surgery,(please enclose SAE). 


Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery. All prescriptions ordered will be ready for collection after 4.00pm.

Please remember to order early If your medication is due to run out over the weekends or holidays.  If prescriptions are required urgently please speak to the reception staff.     

You can now order repeat medication only by clicking on the link above.  Unfortunately we cannot process special requests in this manner, if required please telephone the surgery.

If you wish to collect your prescribed medication from any of the local pharmacies who participate in the collection  scheme, this can be arranged by completing a form.  Please ask at reception for details.

If you are on regular repeat medication, you should attend the doctor at least once a year for a review of your medication. 


Your GP practice is carrying out a review of its repeat prescribing systems as part of a Health Board initiative to improve the quality of patient care and reduce prescription waste.

As a result of this you may notice the following minor changes at your next supply of repeat medication:

Quantities of some items may have changed to bring them into line with the practice's standard number of days.  This should make re-ordering your repeat medicines simpler with regular items lasting for the same number of days.

"When required" items will be excluded from changes to quanties because the amount you use will vary from month to month.  Some other items, eg sleeping tablets or strong painkillers, will also be excluded in keeping with good prescribing practice.

Unused Items which you no longer require and have not ordered for over 12 months will be removed from your repeat re-order list to prevent them being ordered in error.

Some medicines which may only be ordered occasionally, eg GTN sprays or Epinephrine, will be left on repeat re-order lists because it is recognised that they are only used infrequently.

Duplicate items will also be removed from your repeat re-order list to stop them being over-ordered.  This will prevent accidental overdosing and reduce the amount of wasted medicines.

In addition, if there are any other repeat items which you no longer require please let your surgery know so they can also be removed.






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