Angus Community Care and Treatment Centre
In line with the national GMS contract changes, some services previously carried out in the GP surgery will now be carried out at the Angus Care and Treatment Centre situated within the Outpatient Department at Arbroath Infirmary. The services concerned are routine clinical investigations and reviews such as - blood tests, monitoring prior to practice based review of your long term condition, wound care, ear care and leg ulcer management.
If you are required to have any of the above services, you will be given a number to call to make an appointment. As is the case currently the results of any tests will come back to the practice for review and any action by your healthcare professional.
This is part of a nationally agreed plan to increase the support provided to general practices and their patients, and increase space within general practice for wider provision of services. The Arbroath Outpatient based model builds upon the wide range of services, including anticoagulation monitoring, already provided at Arbroath Infirmary on behalf of all the practices.
Feedback is being gathered from all attending the clinic to help further improve and develop the service moving forwards.
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Due to concerns about our capacity to provide safe patient care we are currently unable to accept applications to register at this practice if you are already registered with a GP in Arbroath or Friockheim.
Need Healthcare advice without an appointment. You can contact your Pharmacy First.
We are now offering appointments on a Monday at our Minor Illness clinic run by nurse practitioner, Isobel Wilson.
Isobel is a registered nurse with advanced nurse education that includes training in the diagnosis and management of common minor illnesses. The nurse practitioner can prescribe medications if they are required and can help you with lots of conditions including:-
Back ache Emergency contraception
Boils and abscesses Hay fever
Cellulitis Insect bites
Chest infections Sinusitis
Diarrhoea & vomiting Sore throat
Earache Urinary Symptoms
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Use inhalers? When you are finished with them, they can be recycled at the following local chemists:
- Boots the Chemist, 142-146 High St, Arbroath
- Well Pharmacy, 9 Fisheracre, Arbroath
- Well Pharmacy, 112 High Street, Arbroath
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Do you wear hearing aids, there are drop-in clinics for hearing aid users being held at various locations across Tayside and Angus where you can collect FREE replacement batteries
If you have several issues to discuss with the GP or think that you may require a personal examination, please request a double appointment. This will ensure that the doctor has adequate time to deal with your problems and will not keep other patients waiting.
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