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2 Victoria CircusGlasgow, G12 9LDTel: 0141 339 3211
The surgery does not close at lunchtime, except on staff training days, please see the 'Staff Training' tab above for dates.
*The surgery has extended hours on a Monday evening this is to allow for evening clinics with nurses and GP's to run but the phonelines still close at 6pm as normal.
The above opening times are subject to public holidays and staff training afternoons. Please see tabs above for further information.
2nd April 2021
5th April 2021
May Day Monday
3rd May 2021
Late May Monday
31st May 2021
19th July 2021
27th September 2021
27th December 2021
28th December 2021
3rd January 2022
4th January 2022
For the above dates please see the 'When We Are Closed' tab above.
The surgery is CLOSED every Tuesday between 12.30-13.30 for staff training. For urgent matters, a telephone service is still be available.
If you require medical services or need to be seen outwith surgery hours please telephone NHS 24 on 111. This is a "Free to Call" number from a mobile or landline. www.nhs24.com
The receptionist at the emergency call centre will either:
Patient transport services are available for those who do not have their own means.
Out-of-hours cover is now the responsibility of GGNHSB.
In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.