The Medical Centre, 7 Hill Place, Arbroath, DD11 1AD

Telephone: 01241 431 144
Out of hours: 111

CORONAVIRUS (COVID19)

Arbroath Medical Centre is open but due to Coronavirus social distancing measures access is restricted. If you are unwell please phone the Practice first. All appointments are being allocated on the day and will not be bookable in advance. We can assure you the practice is still open and fully staffed, but we need to keep the waiting area as safe as possible for everyone. Patients will be seen in the Practice once you have had a telephone consultation with either the Doctor or Nurse Practitioner or you have a pre-booked appointment and are currently without symptoms i.e no cough or fever.

If you have Coronavirus related symptoms but are well and managing, please self isolate for seven days in line with national guidance details, of which can be found via NHS Inform Website, NHS 111 or for free via the helpline on 0800 028 2816.

If you require a sick note you will be able to get this from the NHS Inform website.

Please note during this time please order prescriptions via Vision On-Line Services or by emailing arbroathmcprescriptions.tayside@nhs.net or by telephone.

Practice News

Despite lockdown and social distancing, Cruse Scotland’s services have remained open and been available to anyone bereaved, anywhere in Scotland.

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"We would like to welcome the newest member to our GP Practice Dr Catherine Campos Rio

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We are sad to announce that Dr Helen Blanchfield has left the Medical Centre after 10 years at the practice. All the doctors and staff at Arbroath Medical Centre wish her the…

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We are aware that some patients may find themselves unexpectedly pregnant during this time and we now have a self-referral telephone line to allow you to discuss your options.

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During challenging and uncertain times such as these it can be difficult to keep on track with your self-management strategies, which help you manage your persistent pain…

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Following extensive discussion amongst the GP partners, pharmacists and hospital Haematology Consultant we stand by the initial decision to with-hold vitamin B12 injections…

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It is very important that we have your correct contact telephone number.

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Join the thousands of Scots who support Organ Donation

More than 10,000 people in the UK currently need a transplant.

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Welcome to Arbroath Medical Centre

Located conveniently just off the High Street in Arbroath with a large car park we are well placed to serve your needs.

We are a large team of doctors, advanced nurse practitioners, practice nurses, healthcare assistants, pharmacist, and administration staff.

We pride ourselves on our high standard of care, our friendly, approachable team and our commitment to patients’ welfare.

Register today to join a patient centred practice with exceptional on-site family planning, minor surgery and joint injection services.

Continue reading about Arbroath Medical Centre here.

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