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The vaccine is your best protection against coronavirus. NHS Scotland strongly recommends you get the vaccine when offered it.
Information on how to fully register with Kelty Medical Practice
For use if residing in the area for less than 3-months
Translation services for patients whose first language is not English.
Held Monday through Friday between 08:30-10:00.
For those who are medically unfit to come or be brought to the surgery.
10-minute afternoon telephone appointments
Evening GP appointments
Form you can use to order repeat medication
What you should do if you require a Fit Note
For those aged 16+
Information on how to obtain test results
45-60 minute appointments
One-to-one support to help you quit smoking.
Clinic for problematic skin conditions
Steroid injections, also called corticosteroid injections, are anti-inflammatory medicines used to treat a range of conditions.
To detect any signs of illness or development delay.
Immunisation is a way of protecting against serious diseases.
For parents of young children
Administration of contraceptive injection
The contraceptive implant is a thin, flexible 40mm long rod that's inserted under the skin of your upper arm.
An IUD is a small T-shaped plastic and copper device that’s inserted into your womb (uterus) by a specially trained doctor or nurse.
Cervical screening is routinely offered to women and anyone with a cervix in Scotland between the ages of 25 and 64.
Midwife led clinic
Advice and supervision for patients with COPD
Advice and supervision for patients with Asthma
Dedicated clinic to monitor patients with Diabetes
Diabetic foot checks
Podiatry is the study of foot and lower limb health.
Forms for you to use to self-refer to appropriate physiotherapy service
Removal of cysts, skin lesions and simple lumps under local anaesthetic
Treatment of pre-cancerous lesions
If you are asked to hand in a urine sample to be tested in the practice
For those travelling in over 6-weeks time
When travelling abroad within the next 6 weeks
If your job places you at risk of Hep B infection