Please note that Lloyds Pharmacy Arbroath are experiencing short term operational challenges, if you wish to change your preferred pharmacy, please notify us of the local pharmacy you wish to use, and we will update your records.

 Please order your repeat prescriptions 10 days in advance of needing medication and allow 7 days between ordering and collecting it at your community pharmacy.


The following clinics are run throughout the week, an appointment can be made through the practice reception

  • Cervical Screening
  • Diabetic, Asthma & COPD Management
  • Flu & Pneumococcal Immunisation
  • Health Promotion – Well man, well woman
  • Heart Disease Prevention
  • Immunisation (including babies)
  • Minor Surgery, Warts etc
  • Monitoring of disease modifying drugs
  • Phlebotomy
  • Reception – provisions of condoms & hearing aid batteries
  • Treatment Room – dressings, removal of sutures etc
  • Contraceptive Services - please make a GP appointment
  • Self Test Room - Take your own Blood Pressure, height and weight.  Open 8am - 6pm, Monday - Friday.  No appointment necessary, just ask at reception.

Opportunistic advice/screening

You can, of course, obtain advice from your doctor or the practice nurse on any matter that has a bearing on your health, including, for example, smoking, obesity, alcohol, exercise & work.

Patients not seen regularly

Registered patients aged between 16 – 75 who have not been seen by a member of the Practice clinical team within the last 3 years have the right to request an appointment.

Registered patients aged over 75 who have not been seen by a member of the practice clinical team within the last 12 months have the right to request an appointment, or, if confined to the house, to request a home visit.

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