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Alcluith Medical PracticeHealth Centre Station Road DumbartonScotland, G82 1PWTel: 01389 811 811
Our Practice Manager ensures the smooth running of the practice and is always happy to hear any comments and suggestions you may have about the services offered by the practice.
Receptionist & Phlebotomist
The staff behind the reception desk will assist you in making appointments, answering any queries you may have and ordering repeat prescriptions. They will offer help and assistance at all times. Our staff are bound by the same strict code of confidentiality observed by the doctors.
The district nurse team are available from 8.30am - 4.30pm 5 days a week. Please phone 01389 811 839. Their duties include visiting patients in their homes when they are unable to attend the surgery. Each patients needs are assessed and the care or treatment is planned accordingly. The evening service works from 7.00 – 11.00 and the overnight nursing team until 8.am, they provide care as directed by the day service when it is required.
Our health visiting team offer health advice to all ages and support for families with young children, breast feeding groups, baby massage. This includes help with parenting and behaviour management and also support to women with Post Natal depression. They see children for development checks (as per HALL 4 ) and immunisation at the GP surgery by appointments. There are well baby clinics on Tuesday and Wednesday from 12 noon – 1.00pm. The team can be contacted on 01389 811 831