The practice will be closed on Monday 3rd May. For emergencies please contact 111.


Over the past three weeks we have been very busy vaccinating our patients aged 75 and over and our Shielding patients.  Our colleagues in community have been vaccinating the housebound patients.  All other age groups will be called by the Health Board to local Hubs.  Patients will be called in priority order as defined by government guidelines.  For further information please see

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We will be keeping you up to date with developments as our New Health Centre is built.  For this month's information please look at the News letter.

Health Centre Newsletter Issue 1

Health Centre Newsletter Issue 2

Health Centre Newsletter Issue 3

Health Centre Newsletter Issue 4

Who Should I see?

Health problem or question? Please click here for our Who to See? Tab under the Clinics & Services Menu.

The NHS in Scotland is investing considerably in many different and highly skilled health professionals to advise and treat you, often quicker and easier than your GP can.

This gives faster access to the GP for those that have more complex problems. signpost

For example

your local pharmacist can treat urine infections and impetigo as well as most minor ailments, usually free of charge and without an appointment.

Similarly Opticians are now your first point of contact for most eye problems.

There is direct access for many pregnancy related concerns,

self referral to physiotherapy,

many services available direct from Clydebank Social Work. Click Here for more info.

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