• Information on Organ Donation - The law in Scotland has changed to an opt-out system. This means that if an adult (aged 16 or over) does not opt out, and dies in circumstances where donation is feasible, the law allows for the donation of certain organs and tissue for transplantation. The system contains safeguards which seek to ensure that organs and tissue will not be… [...]
  • Scheduled public holiday closures 2021-22 - Please note that the practice will be closed on the following public holidays: 2021 Friday 2nd April Monday 5th April Monday 3rd May Monday 20th September Monday 27th December Tuesday 28th December 2022 Monday 3rd January Tuesday 4th January [...]
  • Flu Campaign 2020/2021 - Information will be posted here as soon as available from the Scottish Government. Please check back at the end of August for updates. [...]
  • Edinburgh Young Carers - Edinburgh Young Carers is a voluntary organisation that provides respite and support to young people between the ages of 5 and 25 who care for somebody at home. They aim to improve the lives and wellbeing of young carers by raising awareness, offering emotional and practical support and by giving each young person the opportunity to take a break from… [...]
  • Coronavirus Advice - The Scottish Government provides the following Coronavirus advice: wear a face covering avoid crowded places clean hands and surfaces regularly stay 2m away from other people self-isolate and book a test if you have COVID-19 symptoms All patients are requested to be aware of what you can and cannot do to suppress the virus by reading information from the Scottish… [...]
  • Carers and Human Rights: Free session - Tuesday 22nd September – 11am to 12.30pm on Zoom We will use our members' real life examples to explain what human rights means to you We will talk about Article 8 of the Human Rights Act, focusing on 'your private and family life' The session will cover: What are human rights? What human rights law are you covered by in… [...]