Welcome to the Terrace Medical Practice
We are confident that our website will provide clear and concise help and give our patients the information they require in an easy and convenient format. It has been designed with the patient’s needs at the forefront of everything. 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.
We are currently seeing unprecedented demand for Practice time. We are also having to provide staff for the on-going COVID-19 vaccination clinics. We still need to strictly limit the number of patients that can be seen in the surgery and deal with problems by telephone or video consultation. We are trying to adjust our appointment system to cope with this demand. When you call, our staff will ask whether your problem needs dealt with on that day. Please be prepared to wait a little longer for a routine appointment if your problem is not urgent. Please treat our admin staff with respect.
With many thanks from all of us at the Terrace Medical Practice.
*** COVID VACCINE UPDATE ***
COVID-19 Vaccination Status Scheme Launches
A service that allows people travelling abroad to access a record of their vaccination status has been launched. This is an interim solution if you are travelling in the next 21 days. A vaccination status letter can be downloaded from the NHS Inform Website https://www.nhsinform.scot/covid1 status or, for people not online, they can be requested in the post via a Freephone Covid Status Helpline 0808 196 8565.
Please note that you should not request your vaccine status information from your GP or the staff COVID mailbox and only those planning to travel to a county or territory where a record of vaccination status is needed as an entry requirement should download the record or request it. While there are no countries currently requiring vaccination status to travel, international travel restrictions can change quickly requiring such measures to be in place.
As Scotland's vaccination programme progresses, vaccination status will be replaced by digital Covid Status Certificates, which will include vaccination and testing date to be used for outbound international travel.
COVID-19 Vaccination for Unpaid Carers- Self Referral Process
As part of the JCVI Priority Group 6, the COVID-19 vaccines is now being offered to unpaid carers aged 16-64 who provide face-to-face care for someone else. Some carers may have already received appointment letters over the last few weeks, however recently the Scottish Government launched a new self referral system for carers to register for the vaccine.
For full eligibility details and to self refer, carers can go to www.nhsinform.scot/carersregister. Alternatively, they can call the COVID-19 Vaccination helpline on 0800 030 8013 to complete the full registration form.
For general information about the coronavirus vaccine and its delivery, the COVID-19 Vaccination General Enquiry Helpline is now available from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week on 0800 030 8013 or log onto www.nhsinform.scot/covid19vaccine . Please note it will not be possible to book or change vaccine appointments via the helpline at this stage.
Click here to find out When Will You Get Your Vaccination
Click here to find out How Does The COVID Vaccine Work
Please click here for information on patients taking anticoagulants, woman trying to become pregnant and women breastfeeding Is The Vaccine Safe?- Your Questions Answered
Please note that the practice will contact all patients between the ages of 75 and above and also in those on the shielding register by telephone commencing with the most elderly first. We will only call you when we have the vaccines ready to administer.
Patients aged 74 and younger will be invited through the national systems and NOT via the practice. Please DO NOT contact the practice about the Covid-19 vaccinations programme. Please access the NHS inform for further information.
The vaccine will be offered to people who are most at risk from coronavirus, before being offered more widely.
Please read the following leaflet (using the link below) for more information on COVID VACCINES.
COVID Vaccine Patient Information Leaflet
Asymptomatic Test Facilities
New asymptomatic test facilities will be live across Greater Glasgow and Clyde by the 1st of March 2021.
People with COVID-19, may not have symptoms of the virus or they can so mild or unusual that they are not recognised as COVID-19. Without knowing it, they could be spreading it to their loved ones, work colleagues or the wider community. To help stop the spread and for your own peace of mind, NHSGGC has been working with the Scottish Government and local Councils in the region to set-up static test sites in conjunction to all the walk in, drive through and Mobile Testing Units (MTUs) for testing of people with symptoms throughout the region.
The asymptomatic test sites are for members of the public who are not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. If you feel you may have symptoms, such as loss of taste and smell, a high temperature, or new and continuous cough, you should arrange a test via NHS Inform.
There will be seven asymptomatic test centre sites across the region and these will be open to members of the public who live locally.
Auchinairn Early Learning and Community Centre, Beech Road, Auchinairn
Cowan 7s Pavilion, Aurs Rd, Barrhead, G78 2RN
Glasgow Central Mosque, 1 Mosque Avenue, Glasgow,
Govanhill Neighbourhood Centre, 6 Daisy St, Glasgow
Clydebank East Community Centre, Fleming Avenue, Clydebank,
Levenvalley Enterprise Centre, Castlehill Road, Dumbarton
Each of the centres works on a drop-in basis, with no appointment necessary. We would like to encourage everyone living or working in the area near one of these testing sites to go along and have a rapid test (you will get a result in 30 minutes or less).
The centres will also advise of support available if you have a positive test so that you can isolate and not spread the infection.
For more information about COVID-19 testing, including for those people who may be experiencing symptoms, please visit NHS Inform.
YOU SHOULD NOT ATTEND YOUR GP PRACTICE IN PERSON, BUT SHOULD TELEPHONE FOR ADVICE FROM HOME.
Stay at home and book a test if you have coronavirus symptoms:
- A high temperature
- A continuous cough
- Cold symptoms
It's important to stay at home to stop coronavirus spreading. Click on the link below for the latest coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance from NHS Scotland and the Scottish Government, including physical distancing measures and advice for infected households
Read more advice about staying at home on GOV.UK.
CARE PLANNING FOR SHIELDING PATIENTS : PLEASE CLICK LINK BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION
We have an access ramp at the front door and we also have toilet facilities for the disabled. A portable induction loop is available in the practice. We endeavour to minimise any difficulty that may be encountered while using our service.
Practice Booklet 2020
(Site updated 02/07/2021)