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The Whins Medical PracticeHallpark RoadSauchieAlloaClackmannanshire, FK10 3JQTel: 01259 216701
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Receptionists will be available for telephone/face-to-face access during these hours.
Extended Hours: Tuesday Wednesday & Thursday from 07:15. These are pre-booked appointments. If you have one of these appointments please come into the surgery and wait in the waiting room. The doctor will come and call for you.
PLEASE NOTE RECEPTION DOES NOT OPEN UNTIL 8am
Weekdays 18:00 – 08:00 Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays as published by the practice each year).
Weekends 18:00 Friday – 08:00 Monday.
Your call will automatically connect to NHS24 who will triage calls.
If you require medical care after 18:00 or at weekends, NHS24 and out of hours centres will be able to access your Emergency Care Records. This will tell the clinicians which drugs you are taking, all medications prescribed within the past year and whether you have had any adverse reactions. If you would like to see your Emergency Care Summary, please ask for a print out at reception. This service will be available in A&E and in all areas in Scotland. If you do not wish to have an Emergency Care Summary record, please inform the Practice Manager.
Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
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