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Welcome to the Garscadden Burn Medical Practice website

 Volunteers Needed For Drumchapel Parkrun!

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We are delighted to announce that from Wednesday 3rd August 2016 we will be a Training Practice. As a Training Practice we will have Specialist GP Trainee's working within the Practice.  As part of their ongoing education there may be occasions when they are required to video consultations for training purposes.  Patients will be informed in advance of this occurring and if they do not wish to take part their wishes will be respected.

Our current Trainee's are Dr Laura Davidson and Dr Sally Reeves who will be with us until August 2019. They will both see patients the same way as the other GP's.   We all wish them well in their final year as a trainee and are delighted to welcome them both back to join our team at Garscadden Burn Medical Practice.

If you need help with benefits, housing, loneliness, and much more

...contact Margaret Ann, our Community Links practitioner

We are delighted to be taking part in a Scottish Government programme to provide more support for people whose health is being affected by personal problems. See our Links Project page for more details, or speak to a receptionist who can arrange for you to see Margaret Ann.

Get active with us- take a look at our Feel Good Get Active page

Physical activity is the best medicine ever invented, and all of us in the practice are becoming more fit and active together. Have a look at our Feel Good Get Active page to keep up to date with what we are doing, and for ideas of how you can become more active too.

 Breast Screening

If you missed the mobile breast screening unit, it is still not too late to be seen. Please phone the Breast Screening Programme on 0141 800 8800 to arrange an appointment. An xray exmanination of each breast can find cancer at an early stage before a lump can be felt by you or your doctor.If you have any questions about the Breast Sceening Programme, please contact West of Scotland Breast Screening programme on 0141 800 8800 who will be happy to answer any questions you may have

 

 

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