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*** eConsult Service Suspended ***

From 03/05/2022, acting on feedback from our patients we have presently suspended our eConsult service. As a result there may be a higher demand on our telephones, and we would ask for your patience during this period of transition and review.
If you need to contact the practice you can still do so by telephoning 0345 337 9922. If you need to order a prescription you can do this by telephoning 01224 849 555.

Face Coverings at New Dyce Medical Practice

 
As of Monday 18th April 2022, face coverings are no longer a legally required protective measure. However, they are still strongly recommended, and within our building, if you are able, you should still wear a face covering to protect yourself, our staff and other vulnerable people who may be in the practice at the time. New Dyce Medical Practice and NHS Grampian supports everyone who continues to use them. If you forget your mask please ask at reception who will be happy to provide you with one.

Public Holiday Closures

Please note the practice will be CLOSED on the following public holidays:
Monday 18th April 2022
Monday 2nd May 2022
Friday 3rd June 2022
Monday 11th July 2022
Monday 26th September 2022
Monday 26th December 2022
Tuesday 27th December 2022
Due to the limited time constraints within the eConsult system, we may suspend its use throughout this time.
If you do not have access to the internet, you can telephone us on 0345 337 9922 for advice from the clinical team or to speak to reception for help with administrative queries.
For all prescription requests, including urgent requests, please telephone 01224 849 555 and leave a message with your request. If your request is urgent please state this clearly on your message, and remember to leave a telephone contact number in case we need to contact you.  If you try to leave a prescription request but the telephone line is full, and it is not an urgent request, then please wait until the surgery has reopened on the Tuesday and try the telephone prescription line again.  Our staff will be working consistently throughout the day to clear the telephone line.
If you need an urgent supply of a prescription when we are closed, please use this self-help guide for accessing medicines; NHS Inform Self Help Guide
If you need urgent clinical advice when we are closed, you can telephone NHS 24 on 111, or if you need prescription advice, use the self-help guide above or telephone your local pharmacy.
If you need advice regarding Covid-19, please follow this link for the latest NHS Scotland advice: Covid-19 Advice

Scotstown and New Dyce are now recruiting GPs

Click the careers link at the foot of this page, or here for more information

Changes to entering the GP Practice

We have recently had a buzzer system installed to help with the control of the number of patients in the waiting room, to aid social distancing. Upon entry, the first automatic door will open. The second automatic door will remain shut. Please press the screen on the left hand side with the finger icon, and then click 'Doctor Reception'. A receptionist will answer you as soon as possible, and ask if you have an appointment, or if you have been asked to drop off or collect something.

If you do not have an appointment, and have not been asked to drop off or collect something (e.g. a sample) then you may be asked to complete an E-Consult (see link below) or telephone us on 0345 337 9922. Thank you for your co-operation and understanding.

E-Consult: https://newdycemedicalpractice.webgp.com/

Social Media

We now have a social media presence in the form of Facebook. Please follow us on these platforms to get up to date information about the practice.

Welcome to New Dyce Medical Practice

Our Practice serves some 10,000 patients, mostly in the Dyce/Newmachar area but also extending into rural communities. With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.

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