Station Road, Dumbarton G82 1PW
TEL: 01389 811862
Dr Jane Young
Dr Alison Macphail
This website has been designed to tell you about the practice and the services that we offer. Please read it carefully. We trust that you will find it helpful and informative.
The practice, which was formed in 1986, consists of five doctors (one male and four female), each bringing with them their own areas of interest and expertise. Additional skills in clinical areas such as dermatology, asthma, diabetes and family planning bring added value to the services which are already being delivered.
Book Appointments & Order Repeat Prescriptions Online
The Practice is pleased to provide patients with access to its Clinical System via a Secure Web Interface.You can book and cancel your appointments and request repeat medication on line. To do this you need to register with the practice and obtain a password to enable you to access this service. Once your registration account is created you will need to come into the surgery with your passport or driving licence so that your account can be activated you will be able to use the system to book and cancel appointments and request repeat medication as required. Please complete an application form available from reception.
If you already have your password then you can click the link below to access Patient Access.
The surgery is open continuously from 8.00am - 6.00pm for telephone calls and 8.30am - 6.00pm for face to face contacts, Monday - Friday.
The surgery also offers extended opening hours on a Tuesday evening when appointments are available after 6.00pm.
Appointments can be made by telephoning 01389 811862 or by calling in at the surgery.
If you cannot keep an appointment please inform us as soon as possible as this will assist in oversubscribed situations.
Out Of Hours
Between 6.00pm - 8.00am Monday to Friday and from 6.00pm Friday to 8.00am Monday the surgery is closed. In order to obtain medical advice during this time please call NHS 24 on 111. An experienced nurse will make an assessment on whether you should be seen by a GP or need to go to the local hospital for further assessment or treatment.