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NHS DIGITAL SHARING OPT OUT - we would like to reassure our patients that the proposed extraction of GP data by NHS Digital does NOT include any patients registered with this practice or in NHS Scotland. NHS Digital provide services in ENGLAND so are not able to access any data held in Scotland. You are not required to opt out as your data is already safe. We take patient confidentiality extremely seriously and safeguards are in place to protect this, including when data is used for research. Further information on how NHS Scotland handles your personal information is on the NHS Inform website How the NHS handles your personal health information : NHS Inform
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Practice nurses see patients by appointment. Their work includes dressings, blood tests, removal of stitches, ear syringing, first aid, immunisation, travel advice and vaccinations, and cervical smears.
District nurses and community staff nurses are attached to the surgery working as part of the Primary Healthcare Team. They visit patients in their own homes assessing treatment and needs as required. They are also involved in continence care. You can telephone the district nurse Monday - Friday at the surgery, or messages may be left on the answering machine and will be dealt with as soon as possible. Tel: 0131 561 1927. For out of hours please telephone NHS 24 on 111
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Health Visiting Support
The health visiting team are attached to the surgery and work as part of the Primary Healthcare Team. They are particularly involved with Child Development and giving advice and support to families with pre-school children. This also includes running Child Health Clinics and Child Surveillance. Clients can be seen in their home or in the surgery by appointment. Answering machine telephone number is 0131 561 1943.