Clinics & Services
All GP Practices are contracted to provide "essential medical health services" to patients.
Other services and clinics available to patients include:
From 6 June 2016 the eligible age range for cervical screening and frequency of screening changed in Scotland. The eligible age range is now 25-64 years and up to 70 for women on non-routine follow-up. Woman aged 25-49 will be called routinely every three years and those aged 50 and over will be called every five years. Women already in the screening programme under the age of 25 will continue to be included in the eligible cohort for screening. Unless clinically indicated, women who have been called by SCCRS for screening should have a test taken.
There are several ways you can access MSK physiotherapy. You can ask the GP to refer you or you can refer yourself directly. please complete our Self Referral Form and take or post it to your Local Physiotherapy Department.
We participate in the National Breast Screening Programme. All female patients between the ages of 50 and 70 are offered mammography every three years.
Family Planning Advice
Family planning advice is available from any of the doctors.
Once your pregnancy has been confirmed, please contact the Midwife on 0141 347 8422 to arrange your first appointment.
This is run by a Community Midwife at the Milngavie Clinic. Antenatal Booking number is 0141 347 8422
Child Development Clinic
These clinics are held monthly in conjunction with the Health Visitor. Appointments are sent by post.
East Dunbartonshire Association for Mental Health (EDAMH) offers one to one support to individuals who live in the boundaries of East Dunbartonshire and who need help with their mental health. EDAMH offers emotional, practical and social support to people experiencing mental ill health, and work with clients to help them realise their strengths and encourage them on their journey to recovery and wellbeing. Tel: 0141 955 3040
East Dunbartonshire Primary Care Mental Health Team
The team compromises of a range of skilled professionals who are able to deliver low level psychological interventions which are evidence based. For example: Stress, anxiety and depression management, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and psycho educational group work. Tel: 0141 232 8203/8204
We are all going through a particularly hard time at the moment. If you are feeling low, depressed or anxious call Breathing Space - a free and confidential phone service for anyone in Scotland.
Sexual Health Services
Sandyford Service provide a range of sexual, reproductive and emotional health services. When you attend any Sandyford service you can expect to be listened to without being judged and for your treatment and care to be sensitive and confidential. All of their services and locations share the same electronic record system so you can use the service which best meets your needs. All services are free, including your prescription if needed. Tel: 0141 211 8130
Sandyford NHSGGC are running, just not as usual, because of the COVID-19 pandemic. You will find up to date information on the services here: https://bit.ly/3ra1ed8
Smoking Cessation Advice
Smoking Cessation advice and help is available from any of the Doctors, Practice Nurses, or Health Care Assistant and the local pharmacies. You can also self-refer to East Dunbartonshire Smokefree Team at Kirkintilloch Health and Care Centre 0141 355 2327.
Other enhanced services provided:
Immunisation clinics are held at Milngavie Clinic. The clinics are organised according to the formal Health Board recall system. Appointments are sent by post from the Health Board.
We hold an annual flu immunisation programme to protect all patients over 65 and those clinically at risk. Letters are sent to patients advising them of the open clinic times.
Multiple Sclerosis Annual Reviews
Patients are invited to an annual review at the surgery. This is managed by an MS Support Worker from Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board.
These clinics are managed by both our practice nurses, to monitor patients who have had a stroke or heart disease. Patients are invited to attend on an annual basis.
Diabetic clinics are running, just not as usual, due to the current COVID outbreak. Diabetic bloods are still being carried out and patient will get reviewed by GP via telephone.