This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.


************SHINGLES VACCINE***********

Please following the link to find out about the Shingles Vaccine which is now available

**************FLU CLINIC****************

Commencing October 2019

Patients eligible for a flu vaccination are encouraged to book a flu clinic appointment to help protect themselves and others.

GP Appointments

Patients are advised to telephone at the duty team times (8.30 - 9am & 1.30 - 2pm) to speak with our duty team for all GP appointments.

To maximise our valuable and limited resources, it is essential that patients cancel any appointments (doctor/nurse) that they no longer require or are unable to attend



Surgery Telephone Number : 0345 337 9988

(Call costs from a landline are charged at a local rate call and is dependent on your call plan, mobiles vary depending on your network provider)

4 Options are available:

Press 1 to request a home visit

Press 2 for medication advice between (9.00am-1.30pm), nurses appointments or general enquiries

Press 3 to speak to a member of the Duty team or to book a Doctors appointment - (option only available 8.30-9.00 am and 1.30-2.00 pm)

Press 4 for Results - (option only available 2.00-6.00 pm) 


Would you prefer to order your prescription online?  

It's Easy!  It's Quick! 

We can send your prescription to the chemist or respond electronically if there are any problems with your online order.


Please complete the patient services form at our reception.


NHS 24 Number: 111

Helpful Hints:

Helping you help yourself, Live Life to the full : Well Being Moray : /

WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Planning) : FREE Community PeerSupport Courses. :

Out of Breath? Take an online breath test to see if you should get checked out. Visit  or Call: 03000 030 555


SPIRE - NHS Scotland is improving the way it uses information from GP patient records. SPIRE is a service that will allow small amounts of information from GP practice records to be used to help doctors’ surgeries, NHS Scotland and the Scottish Government to improve care and plan services, and to help researchers to learn more from patient information held at GP practices. 

Patients across Scotland have been informed of the benefits of the service, and the confidential and secure way in which GP patient records will be used to help plan and improve health care services.

You have a choice about your patient record being used in this way. To find out more go to






If you have any queries the local Pharmacys can be contacted on the following numbers:

  • Boots High Street Pharmacy:     01343 543311
  • Boots Glassgreen Pharmacy:     01343 542186
  • Boots Springfield Pharmacy:      01343 543685
  • Lhanbryde Pharmacy:               01343 842531
  • Lloyds Farmfoods Pharmacy:     01343 547065
  • Lloyds High Street:                   01343 542571
  • Lloyds Lossiemouth:                 01343 812818
  • Lossiemouth Pharmacy:            01343 813095


Minor Ailments

Everyone can go to their pharmacist for advice or to buy a medicine for a minor illness or ailment. But this minor ailments  service is for adults and children, who don’t pay prescription charges. It means that if your pharmacist thinks you need it then they can give you a medicine on the NHS without you having to pay for it. It will also save you making an appointment with your GP simply to get a prescription. Your consultation will always be with a qualified pharmacist and you don't have to make an appointment, just go along at a time that suits you.

You will be able to get advice and free treatment from your community pharmacist for minor illnesses and ailments such as:

              acne              head lice            athlete's foot               back ache              indigestion        

          cold sores         mouth ulcers         constipation         nasal congestion            cough         

            pain                  diarrhoea               period pain               ear ache                  thrush

        eczema                allergies              sore throat            haemorrhoids(piles)      threadworms

                                     hay fever                  warts                  verrucae

If your pharmacist feels that it is better for you to see your GP they will direct you to do so.


NHS ScotlandThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website