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Mearns Medical Centre30 Maple AvenueNewton Mearns, Glasgow, G77 5BQTel: 0141 639 2753
Our Doctors and Nurses consult between the hours of 8am and 6pm Monday/Tuesday and Wednesday/Thursday/Friday from 7.30 until 6pm
Surgery may be open on days from 7.30am but phones are not diverted until 8.30am Monday to Friday
We are available to deal with problems during these times
7.30-12.00pm emergency and routine problems
12.00-14:00 emergency problems only
14:00-17:00 emergency and routine problems
17:00-18:00 emergency problems only
We have introduced extended hours offering Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Treatment Room Nurse and Healthcare worker appointments from 7.30am Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays
Outwith these hours please contact NHS 24 on 111
Emergency cover is provided by NHS 24. If you require medical attention in the evening or at weekends, telephone the practice and a recorded message will direct you to NHS 24 or alternatively telephone the new NHS 24 number - freephone 111.
Between 8 and 8.30am Monday - Friday please telephone
0141 616 6200
Emergency problems only between 12 and 2pm Monday to Friday
The Website address is www.nhs24.com
Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
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In the event of an emergency when the surgery is closed please telephone 0141 639 2753 for the emergency on call number.