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Tillicoultry Medical Practice , Park Street, Tillicoultry, FK13 6AGTel: 01259 750531
GP Shortage & Change to Routine AppointmentsAt present the practice has a shortage of GPs and while we are trying to address this we would appreciate your patience.
SPIRE (Scottish Primary Care Information Resource)The way information from GP patient records is used to help plan health and care services in Scotland is improving – to find out more about what this means for you, visit spire.scot or call NHS Inform on 0800 22 44 88.Wasted MedicinesWasted medicines cost NHS Forth Valley approximately £1.2 million every year. THINK before you order repeat medicines; CHECK what medicine you already have; ORDER only what you need.
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Missed AppointmentsIf you can't attend an appointment PLEASE CANCEL IT.
Patient Participation Group/SuggestionsDo you have any ideas or suggestions? If so, please contact reception or click on Contact Details above and follow the link.
Internet AppointmentsContact reception for details. Repeat prescriptions can be ordered via this service.
Order Repeat Prescriptions OnlineOrder via Internet Appointments.
Telephone NumbersKeep your contact details up to date by notifying the practice of any change of telephone numbers.
We are pleased to announce we have recently formed a Patient Participation Group at Tillicoultry Medical Centre.
Our aim as a group is to make sure that we put the patient, and improving health, at the heart of everything we do.
The aims of the group are to:
All registered patients are welcome to join the PPG, although in the interests of effective decision making, membership of the core group will be limited. Specialist sub groups may be formed to deal with specific topics utilising individual skills and interests. The group will meet on a quarterly basis. Anyone who thinks they have something to contribute is welcome to apply. We would like to encourage all our patients, men and women, older people, younger people, people with young children, carers, the wide range of people within the community, to come forward and help us improve and develop our services. If you are interested in applying to become a member of our PPG or wish to get involved in a specific area from time to time please leave your details at Reception.