Boroughloch Medical Practice

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AskmyGP To make contact with a doctor, use AskmyGP – the fast and easy way to ask for help of any kind. This 24 by 7 service is available to all our patients. We respond during working hours Monday to Friday, usually within an hour (after 5pm you may hear from us the next day). You can select a telephone, email or video call response. We encourage everyone who has access to a computer, smart phone or tablet to use askmyGP. Please click on the logo opposite to contact us via AskmyGP.

Extended Hours Service

We are aware that some patients may find it difficult to take time off work to attend Open Surgery and so offer some appointments outwith our usual open surgery times. Please remember that these appointments are meant for the use of patients who wish to avoid taking time off work. Please ask at reception or telephone the practice to book one of these slots, as listed in our Appointments section.

Help in a hurry

Need help in a hurry? NHS 24 can help. NHS 24 operates an out-of-hours phone service, providing help if the surgery is closed and you are too ill to wait until it re-opens. Call 111 any time, day or night.

Further speedy advice can be available from NHS Inform, the organisation which provides a single source of quality assured health information for the public in Scotland. NHS Inform’s self-help guides allow you to check your symptoms online, get advice to manage your condition, and can signpost you to the right service.


Welcome to the Boroughloch Medical Practice website. Here you can find a wealth of information about the practice, including surgery times, home visits, appointments with the nurse, patient registration, repeat prescriptions and a whole lot more. Please browse these pages to find all the information you need.

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Community Services

Boroughloch Medical Practice provides a wide range of advice on treatments and health care. But did you know that there are a lot of other expert health services that you can access without seeing your GP first?

  • Minor ailments

    Minor ailments

    For example: coughs and colds, hay fever, headaches, thrush, warts and verrucas. You can obtain medication for minor ailments such as these from your local pharmacist. [...]
  • Eyes


    For example, red eyes, irritated eyes, cataracts and floaters. You can see your optician. They are trained to recognise a range of common eye complaints. If they cannot treat you directly, they are well placed to refer you for specialised services. [...]
  • Pregnancy and child health

    Pregnancy and child health

    You can self-refer for ante-natal treatment as soon as you know you're pregnant by phoning 0131 536 2009. Leaflets on pregnancy care and useful telephone numbers are available at reception. [...]
  • Feet


    You can self-refer for foot problems to Podiatry. Pick up a form from reception, or find it online by going to [...]