Mount Florida Medical Centre, Glasgow
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If you are on regular medication, the doctor may agree for you to obtain a repeat prescription without needing to be seen in surgery.
In this case you can order prescription requests through patient access website but must first register for the service by contacting reception.
You can also order from the practice reception.Order online
In order to register with the practice you must bring your passport and either your NHS medical card or an official document bearing your name and address. If you prefer a particular doctor eg female for a female patient and vice versa, we will note this and do our best to respect your choice. However, please bear in mind that specific doctors may not be immediately available.
All newly registered patients must see the practice nurse or health care assistant for a screening health check.Download the application form
Making an appointment
Appointments to see a doctor or nurse are made by telephoning the surgery or attending in person. If you require an on the day appointment you will be given an appointment with our Triage Nurse who will phone you back and assess what is required. If you wish to discuss more than one issue with your GP please book a double appointment. In addition, you can now book appointments and order prescriptions online. Please contact Reception to register for this service. During normal opening hours your call will be answered by a receptionist who will make an appointment for you.
When the surgery is closed, please dial 111 for the out-of-hours service.
We understand that patients are occasionally unable to keep appointments. If this is the case, we would appreciate as much notice as possible so that your appointment may be offered to someone else.
About our practice
We are committed to providing high quality NHS medical care for individuals and families in a friendly and caring environment.
We are also a training practice, having doctors in specialist training as well as medical students present at the practice.
The practice was established in Mount Florida in the 1920s and moved to the current premises in 1995. The building is B listed and a summary of its use since being built in 1907 is on display in the entrance hallway.