Welcome to the Practice

Maryfield Medical Centre is a long-established group practice serving dundee since the 1930's. As a partnership, the doctors are contracted to provide general medical services and other additional services to the NHS. Our intention, as a team, is to give the highest quality of care.

 

Out Of Hours

NHS24 is a confidential telephone advice and information service available across Scotland. If you have an urgent medical problem that can not wait until the practice re-opens. Please call NHS24 free on 111.

NHS24 also has a number for textphone users. 18001 08454 24 24 24. To learn more about the services available from NHS24, please visit their web site at www.nhs24.com.


 

Contact the surgery

To contact the surgery for appointments, advice or general queries, please telephone 01382 462292

 

Opening Hours

Reception is open Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 6:00pm. The practice runs a restricted access period between 12:30 and 13:30. During this time, emergencies and urgent matters will be handled. Please try to avoid calling or visiting during this time. The practice is closed on bank holidays and some staff training afternoons. Please consult this web page regularly for up-to-date information about practice opening times and closures.


 

FLU CLINICS

Flu clinics will operate at the surgery through Autumn and Winter while flu vaccine stocks are available.  We encourage eligible patients to attend for their free flu vaccines as early as possible.

Who should attend?
* Aged 65 years or over
* Heart problems
* Chest complaint or breathing difficulties including bronchitis, emphysema, asthma and COPD.
* Kidney disease
* Low immunity due to disease or treatment
* Liver disease
* Stroke or TIA
* Diabetes
* Neurological conditions e.g. MS, cerebral palsy
* Problems with spleen e.g. sicklecell disease or splenectomy
* Those living in residential or nursing homes
* The main carer of an elderly or disabled person
* Household contact of an immunicomprimised person
* Health or Social worker
* If you are pregnant
* Children age 2 and over not attending school

The practice can also vaccinate any school children who could not be vaccinated at school. Please check your school for details of their vaccination timetable.

Please check online for any updates during the flu season. The first drop-in clinic is scheduled for September 29th between 08:00 and 12:00. Weekday flu clinics will be arranged after that date. Flu appointments will be available to book online via patient services, or by telephoning reception.


Maryfield News

Patient Services Online

You can now manage your appointments and prescriptions online with our Patient Online Services. Please click here for more information and how to register.

 

Registration Closure Period

The practice is currently closed to new patient registrations of both a permanent and temporary status.
Emergency / necessary care: The practice will, of course, continue to see any patient or non-patient requiring immediate and necessary care. We will provide a clinical assessment for these patients/visitors and advise accordingly.

Bloods Clinic
Please note that the morning phlebotomy clinic in the morning will move from a drop-in to booked appointments only starting Monday 13th March. You should only need to book an appointment at the blood test clinic if the doctor has instructed you to do so, or you are due for a Chronic Disease Management (CDM) review.  Nurse will no longer take bloods unless they have been approved by a GP.
 

 

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