Clinics & Services

Information sharing with clinical colleagues

NHS Borders are now using software that can be linked to a patient's medical GP notes.  This has the benefit of allowing the sharing of information between a patient's GP and certain NHS Borders clinical departments.  The clinical departments currently sharing information via access to GP records are: Mental Health; Child Health; Community Health Services.  Only staff involved in someone's care will have access to records, and information will only be shared if it is relevant to someone's care.  If you have any queries or concerns regarding this, please make an appointment with your GP to discuss things further.  You can of course request that your information is not shared


Please ask reception if you require/have queries about the following clinics:



    • Baby Clinic - Via the Health VisitorsCall 01573 223001 for an appointment

    • Child Health & Development - Via the Health Visitors/School NursesCall 01573 223001 for an appointment


    • Diabetic - Practice Nurses

    • Ear Care/Syringing - via the Treatment Room Nurses - Call 01573 223001 for an appointment    All about your ears



    • Minor surgery (including joint injections and in-growing toenail procedures) - GPs

    • New patient Medical - Health Care Assistants/Pharmacist

    • Phlebotomy - Health Care Assistants




    • Vaccinations - Practice Nurses offer appointments for routine vaccinations - for babies, children and adults.  For more information regarding the shingles vaccine, please click here  https://www.shinglesaware.co.uk/

    • Vascular - Practice Nurses

    • Wart/Cryotherapy Clinic - Health Care Assistants once initial diagnosis made by GP


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