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We have changed the way our phone system operates in the practice. Now when you phone you will be offered a series of four options.

If your call is a medical emergency – press 1. This will take your call through to a phone which will be answered as a priority by the reception staff. This option should be used for serious conditions such as breathing difficulties, collapse or chest pain.

If you wish to order a repeat prescription – press 2. This will then give you information on the best way to order your repeat prescription.

If you wish to speak to the district nurses or health visitors – press 3. This will then help you connect to their phone number directly.

If you wish to make an appointment or speak to one of the receptionists – press 4.

We hope that this will allow your call to get through to the correct person more quickly.

In addition we have changed the way we deal with requests for on the day appointments.  Now if you phone before 10am looking for an appointment that day you will be asked to supply your name and contact details.  A doctor will phone you back to see if the problem can be dealt with over the phone.  If you need to be seen, the doctor will arrange this directly with yourself.  We hope this will improve your experience of our services.

Welcome to St. Margaret's Health Centre Website

We are a purpose-built health centre situated in the grounds of St Margaret‘s Community Hospital (11 beds) here in Auchterarder. We cover a widely scattered rural practice providing a very broad spectrum of medical care. The health centre has suitable access for all disabled persons, having all patient services on the ground floor, and there is a separate WC for disabled patients.

We provide care for approximately 8900 patients covering an area of 100 square miles.  This care is provided from two centres - the health centre here in Auchterarder and our branch surgery in Dunning.

Health and Happiness

Our team are dedicated to your continued good health and approach your care with professionalism, discretion and friendliness. You can count on a warm welcome from everyone involved here at the practice.

Our Practice Booklet can be viewed here - Practice Booklet

St. Margaret's Hospital

St Margaret's Hospital is a great asset to the local community, allowing not only in-patient treatment and respite care but also casualty work between 08:00 and 18:00 Monday to Friday.  Any casualties "out of hours" should contact NHS 24 on 111 for advice.  Regular medical, surgical, gynaecological and orthopaedic clinics are held by visiting consultants.

(Site updated 26/10/2015)
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