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Princes Street Surgery155 Princes StreetDundee, DD4 6DGTel: 01382 461090
We currently operate a number of clinics for routine check-ups for patients suffering from a range of Chronic Diseases. This includes Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), Diabetes, Hypertension, and Chronic Disease Management (CDM). If you suffer from any of these conditions, you will automatically be invited for routine assessment(s). These clinics can be booked on a day of your choice, providing the appropriate clinician is available that day.
The Keep Well Clinic is aimed at improving the health of the community. This clinic is offered to patients between the ages of 40-64 who meet a certain criteria. These sessions are completed by our Practice Nurse and involve the follow:
Cryotherapy to verrucas, warts and skin tags. This clinic is normally in an afternoon, varying between a Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday and procedures are carried out by the Practice Nurses. You must see a GP regarding this before attending the skin clinic.
The practice nurse performs routine smears. Appointments can be made at reception in advance and patients are recalled automatically every three years.
The Practice Nurses are happy to advise you as to the necessary travel vaccinations for foreign travel and to administer them as required. Some vaccinations require a prescription to be prepared in advance or may need a course of injections. Please make arrangements at least 6-8 weeks prior to travel to ensure an adequate period of time to be vaccinated.
Please read the Travel Information section in the Further Information column on the right hand side for more details and forms to be completed prior to consultation with the nurse.
Our Ante-Natal Clinic is run by a community Midwife and usually takes place on a Tuesday & Thursday. If you are Pregnant, you do not need to see a GP before you make your first Midwife appointment. To make this first appointment, please call 01382 632866.
After your first appointment, any routine return appointments can be scheduled or rescheduled with the Midwifery Team on 01382 740204.
Our Child Health Screening clinic is held to assess newborn babies at around 6 weeks old to ensure healthy child development. These appointments are usually held one morning each week and are arranged by the Health Visiting Team. If you wish to book in to one of these clincs, please contact your Health Visitor.
Our Baby Clinics, which are held weekly at the surgery, are used for Immunisations. Again these appointments are arranged by the Immunisation Team, you can do so by calling 01382 432111.
If you have any further queries regarding your Childs' Health, please contact the Health Visitors Team on 01382 442543.
If you are looking for advice regarding Contraception, appointments can be made with any of our GPs. We also hold a Family Planning clinic at least once every 2 weeks; this is run by our own GP Partner, Dr Kane. Our Family Planning Clinic involves the removal and insertion of both Intra-uterine devices (Coils) and Nexplanon (Implants). Please note if you wish to be booked into this clinic, you will need to book an appointment with any GP, who will then refer you to the clinic.
If you are currently booked in to a Family Planning Clinic, please be aware our reception team will call you a day or two before your appointment to confirm this. Due to a high number of non-attendance recently, if we cannot get in touch to confirm your appointment, we will cancel the appointment and you will again be added to the waiting list.
If you require Emergency Contraception (Morning after Pill), many pharmacies now offer this service and can be obtained on the same day.
Heavy Good Vehicle (HGV) Medicals can be completed by either Doctor Murdoch or Doctor Mackie. These medicals are required for anyone who drives Heavy Good Vehicles, and are only available to patients of the practice. These medicals take around 1 hour - 1.5 hours, and are priced at £130, payable to the practice by either cash or cheque.
The ENG1 is a basic medical carried out by Doctor Mackie who is the practice specialist in this area. The Medical is for both patients of the practice and private patients who work within the seafarers profession. It involves an appointment with our Practice Nurse and Doctor Mackie, which will take around 1 hour - 1.5 hours. The ENG1 is priced at £105, payable to the practice by either cash or cheque.
The Offshore is a similar medical to the ENG1, again carried out by Doctor Mackie. This medical is also for patients of the practice and private patients who work Offshore. This appointment also involves an appointment with our Practice Nurse and Doctor Mackie, this again will take around 1 hour - 1.5 hours. The Offshore Medical is priced at £130, payable to the practice by either cash or cheque.
Our team of District Nurses cover all aspects of nursing care in the home. Their advanced training and skills enable them to care for people in their own homes. Each referred patient is assessed individually and a comprehensive range of nursing care is available to suit his or her needs. These range from administering medication to looking after people in the terminal stages of illness, as well as offering counselling and support to families and carers.
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