You must continue to wear a face covering when attending the GP surgery (unless you are exempt)

Social distancing of 2 metres must be adhered too

Contact the surgery by telephone in the first instance

Adhere to COVID screening questions when asked by our receptionists .

As of 1st September 2021, the surgery will closing for lunch between 1pm-2pm. Please avoid coming to the surgery to collect prescriptions during this time. If you have an emergency that cannot wait  during these times please contact 111.

Near Me Video Consultation        

We are now able to do video consultation, Orchard House Online Waiting Room - 

Please note we are currently unable to register new or temporary patients as standard procedure.

If you have recently moved to the area, or require to change your GP practice, please contact the number below to be allocated to one of the surgeries in Stirling.

Practitioner Services


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To register with the practice you should attend in person and you will be asked to complete a registration form (GPR) which incorporates essential data required for obtaining your previous medical records. You will also receive a health questionnaire to complete which gives us some information about past/present medical history. We also require proof of address and ID to complete your registration.

If you are not a British Citizen we will require you to bring your passport. If you are a student, or are working in the UK, we will require documentary proof of this - e.g acceptance letter/wage slip. Please note that you may be charged for your consultations and prescriptions based on the information that you give us. This will be verified once your details have been checked.

An appointment for a new patient medical will be arranged with the practice nurse, to which you are asked to bring along a sample of urine.

A doctor will check all the information you have supplied and decide if your registration will be accepted. If, for any reason, your application is declined (this is a very rare occurrence) we will contact you to explain the reason.

Your registration will be with the practice rather than with a particular doctor.

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them. You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services



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