Due to an increased workload it may not be possible to always see your usual GP for appointments.
We will try to enable people to book in advance with a named GP, however there can be a wait for a named GP of up to a few weeks. If you are unable to wait for a named GP we have asked the reception staff to offer you the choice of waiting to see your named GP or to see another GP in the practice.
We can only accept patients booking one appointment in advance with a GP.
If you need to see a GP urgently, we have a limited number of on-the-day appointments available. We cannot guarantee who you will be seen by - this may be by a GP or our experienced advanced nurse practitioner. On occasion it may be necessary for one of the duty team to call you back for more details to establish the nature of your problem and to ensure you are allocated an appointment in a suitable time-frame.
Nurses are available by appointment at 14:00, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, for such things as removal of sutures, change of dressings and syringing of ears. A clinic to promote continence is held monthly. Appointments are made through the receptionist.
For further information and to arrange home visits please telephone directly on Beauly 782341.
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
Beauly health visitors can be contacted on 783403
Physiotherapy - We have a physiotherapist who visits on a Thursday, the team can be contacted on 782343.
Podiatry - Fiona McQuarrie the podiatrist can be contacted on 782343.