Clinics & Services
Coronary Heart Disease
Review appointments will be organised by your Case management for the annual review of patients with a history of Coronary Heart Disease.
Child Immunisation Clinics are run during the week in conjunction with NHS Tayside. You will be informed of their 6 weekly immunisations and subsequent appointments by SIRS (Scottish Immunisation and Recall Service) by post.
For more information on children's immunisations visit the NHS Immunisation Information website or contact the Immunisation Team on 01382 432111 or 01307 475267.
Child Health Surveillance
Regular assessments by your doctor and health visitor.
Child Health Surveillance Clinic is held on Thursday 14:00 to 15:00 by appointment and currently our Health Visitors Open Clinic is on Friday 10:00 to 12:00.
The government is now encouraging your midwife to be the first point of contact for all pregnant women. This means that women should book their first ante-natal appointment with our midwives, as soon as they have a confirmed pregnancy test (home test kits are sufficient).
During the first appointment the midwife will discuss medical history and plan ante-natal care accordingly. Patients can expect to have their first scan between around 12 to 14 weeks.
There is an antenatal clinic run by the midwives at Whitehills Community Centre. Appointments can be made either at reception or by telephoning (01307 415225).
By arrangement with your own doctor. Dr Thomas holds regular Minor Surgery sessions on Thursday Mornings here in the practice.
Review appointments will be organised by your Case management team to discuss the management of your diabetes, or if you wish more information please visit Tayside Diabetes Managed Clinical Network
Review appointments will be organised by your Case management team to discuss the management of your asthma or COPD. For more help& support visit British Lung Foundation
Review appointments will be organised by your Case management team for patients with a history of Hypertension, Stroke, Atrial Fibrillation & Peripheral Arterial Disease. For further help & advise on Heart Disease & Stroke visit the information point.
Cervical Cytology (Smear)
We recommend that all women aged 25 to 49 years that are or have been sexually active should have regular smears carried out every 3 years
and those women aged between 50 to 64 years every 5 years.
The Practice Nurse usually performs these. You will normally be sent a reminder when your smear is due but if you have any doubt, please ask.
Your Case Management team will be happy to discuss all forms of contraception with you. For further information on local services visit the website
The Sexual Health Clinic in Arbroath or Ninewells can fit the IUD (coil) you can contact the department on 01382 425542.
Dr Thomas is trained in Nexplanon implant insertion.
Our Health Visitors and some of our Practice Nurses can offer advice on post–coital contraception – the Morning After Pill.
Emergency contraception can also be provided by your local pharmacy.
Stop Smoking Support
Free support to help you stop smoking is available from the local pharmacies or by visiting the Ash website
Warts & verrucas can be treated by your local pharmacy under the Minor Illness scheme .
If this is unsuccessful your Case management team are happy to assess you for this.