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Dr Alistair McIntyre has retired from the practice at the end of June.
We wish him all the best for a long and happy retirement and warmly welcome our new doctor, Dr Ian Robinson



We would like to advise our patients that the practice will be closed for the local NHS Public Holidays on :


  • Monday 23rd September 2019

  • Friday 18th October 2019

If you require urgent medical attention please contact NHS 24 on 111



The practice will also be closed for training from 1pm – 6pm on the following dates:


  • Wednesday 4th September 2019
  • Wednesday 30th October 2019
  • Tuesday 12th November 2019


If you require urgent medical attention please contact NHS 24 on 111

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies from 25th May 2018 : click on Practice Policies for more information.

Ladies between the age of 16-64 can attend Boots Pharmacy in Beauly if they feel they have a urine infection and can be treated by the pharmacist.

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Our Practice List size continues to grow as Beauly and the surrounding area are developing, which means an increasing workload for the practice to manage. In order to do this we have to monitor and try to continuously improve the quality of our services in order to deliver a safe, efficient and effective service for all our patients.  Therefore we have made some changes to our appointment system in order to meet the demands of our rising patient population.


In order for patients to consult with the most appropriate healthcare professional the receptionist will need to ask questions and then direct you to the most appropriate professional. ie Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Nurse, Healthcare Assistant or Doctor.  You may also be directed to other health professional where appropriate, Pharmacy, Optician, Physio etc.


Our Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) is highly skilled and qualified to deal with a wide variety of on the day requests. Lisa (ANP) will triage requests, see patients and refer patients on to another healthcare professional where necessary.  





We have telephone appointments where you can speak to our ANP or if more appropriate speak with a GP for a routine telephone consultation.


If a home visit is required please contact us before 10am that day. The GP visiting will phone you before they visit so please be available to take the call.


Our local pharmacy will see patients for minor ailments which is available at pharmacies across Scotland. Ailments such as:


  • Coughs, colds and sore throats
  • Minor skin conditions and acne, athletes foot
  • Sty’s and minor eye infections
  • Head lice                                                                                            
  • Pain, including backache
  • Cold sores
  • Diarrhoea/constipation
  • Colic
  • Thrush
  • Urinary Tract Infection for female between ages of 16 - 65


Our local Optician Fraser Beauly, Tel: 782323 can see you for any eye complaints.








Patients Rights & Responsibilities


As a patient you have certain rights and responsibilities:



  • To use the NHS and to be treated equally no matter what your race, sex, age, sexuality or disability.
  • Expect NHS organisations to monitor and try to improve continuously the quality of their services.
  • Be treated with dignity and respect.
  • Accept or refuse treatment and only be physically examined with consent.
  • Be given information about any test and treatment options open to you.
  • Privacy and confidentiality. 


  • Please always treat practice staff politely and with respect. Violence or racial, sexual or verbal abuse is completely unacceptable and may lead to removal from our list.
  • Keep your appointment or cancel as soon as you are aware you can’t make it so that another patient can be given that time.
  • Call 999 for suspected heart attack, stroke or if patient is unconscious and ask for an ambulance.
  • Only use our emergency appointments in matters of real urgency (patients likely to require hospital admission that day, chest pain, sepsis, unwell child).
  • Follow the advice and treatment you receive.
  • Make sure the practice has up to date information on how to contact you.
  • Try to take any medicine, which is prescribed and finish the course of treatment.
  • Do not take medicine, which is out of date, and give old medicine to your pharmacist to destroy.
  • Look after your own health and think about how you could have a healthier lifestyle.








Duty of Candour

The practice is required to comply with the duty of candour legislation.  This involves providing an annual return to the Scottish Government, a copy of which can be obtained by speaking with the Practice Manager.

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