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As of the 5th April 2018 , South Queensferry's Practice Boundary will no longer take in the town of Kirkliston.

Existing patients living in Kirkliston will still remain registered but any new patients are asked to register with Kirkliston Medical Practice.

Any change of address which is outside our boundary will result in the patient being notified to register at a practice within their area. We will continue to care for patients outside our boundary in Kirkliston as long as they remain at the address they were registered at before the boundary change took place.


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All patients aged 65 and over on 31st March 2020
Chronic respiratory disease
Chronic heart disease
Chronic kidney disease
Chronic neurological disease
Immunosuppression due to disease or treatment
Asplenia or dysfunction of the spleen

Pre-book your child flu appointment NOW for OCTOBER clinics.

Parental consent is required before vaccination can be given. If a grand-parent or someone-else bringing child please ensure they have your written consent prior to vaccination to give to the nurse.

Please complete questionnaire from Reception before appointment.

Children attending primary school will be vaccinated at school.



From Monday 3rd June our reception team will ask for more details when booking a telephone appointment, attending the drop-in clinic or the emergency surgery.  Thank you.



New Patient Registration

If you have recently moved to South Queensferry please register as soon as possible.  This enables us to request your medical records and have your past medical history should you need to be seen with an acute problem.

To register, complete our new patient registration form AND NHS Scotland form - 'Application to Register Permanently with a General Medical Practice' which can be obtained from reception or downloaded from the 'New Patients' option above. 

Text Reminder Service

Many patients find our text reminder service very helpful when managing their appointments but as this is a computer operated system, faults do happen.  Please make a note of your appointment(s) elsewhere as an additional reminder.  An up-to-date mobile number is essential for this service so please remember to let us know if you change your number.


ALL SAMPLES must be handed to a member of the Reception Team.

They should have a BARCODE on the container with the DATE AND TIME of sample added. Any sample without a BARCODE requires a form to be completed for the doctor.


Pharmacy First allows patients to access free advice and/or treatment for uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infection in women or Impetigo.  Your pharmacist will ask you about your symptoms in order to give you the right advice.  Please contact the pharmacy of your choice to check if they offer this service.  Please click  Pharmacy First for more information.

 Get the Right Treatment

Every year, millions of us visit our GP with minor health problems that can be easily resolved without a doctor's appointment.

It is estimated that every year, 50 million visits to the GP are made for minor ailments such as coughs and colds, mild eczema, and athlete's foot. By visiting your pharmacy instead, you could save yourself time and trouble. You can find more about other sources of help by following this link.

Online REPEAT prescription ordering and appointment management 


This service offers you the opportunity to book your own appointment with any of our doctors and cancel any existing appointment. You can also order your repeat prescriptions online using this service. To register for this service you need to:


  • be 16 and over
  • have access to a computer
  • have a personal email address
  • complete our registration form available below.


Please bring completed form to reception to register for this service. To find out more, please contact the surgery.

Patient Services Registration Form



Serving You

Our staff are here to treat ailments that occur, as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues. We also host Citizen's Advice Bureau who hold clinics twice a week.  Contact reception on 0131 537 4407 for further details or to book an appointment.


The building includes wheelchair access and toilet facilities for the disabled.  There is a car park to the front of the building with parking spaces for the disabled. A wheelchair is available for those with difficulty in walking which can be obtained through reception staff. 



(Site updated 10/10/2019)
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