Welcome to Turriff Medical Practice
Our Website has been redesigned to provide access to information about the Practice, it's Doctors and staff, and the range of healthcare services we provide. Please use the menu items on the right to browse through the different sections of our website, or use the links at the top of the page. Below you will find the latest news and updates from the Practice.
We welcome any feedback or suggestions from visitors about ways in which we can improve the website. If there is any information you require that you are unable to find on the website, please contact the Practice. Any member of staff will be happy to help.
In the event of a genuine medical emergency, dial 999 and ask for an ambulance
Latest News & Announcements
Change of Telephone Number from 1st July 2015 - NEW NUMBER: 0345 337 6320
From 1st July 2015 all NHS Grampian telephone numbers starting with 0845 will be changed to 0345. The cost to call 0345 number is the same as calling a normal local landline.
If your tariff or call package offers free or inclusive calls to landlines, numbers starting with 03 will be included in exactly the same way.
Please note: We have tried to ensure the above information is as accurate as possible and we would recommend you to check with your current provider (mobile or fixed line) who will be able to send you a list of all UK call charges.
Post Date: June 2015 · Posted By: Practice Manager
Protected Learning Time 2015
The Practice will be closed from 1.30 - 4.00pm on the following days to allow for training:
Post Date: May 2015 · Posted By: Practice Manager
Ebola in West Africa
If you are feeling unwell with symptoms such as fever, chills, muscle aches, headaches, vomiting, diarrhoea, sore throat or rash and in the past 21 days have returned from West Africa: Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone or you have care for someone with Ebola - please telephone the practice before coming into the Health Centre. Alternatively call NHS 24 on 111 or the Emergency Services on 999.
Turriff Medical Practice, NHS24 and the Emergency Services will provide advice and arrange for you to be seen in a hospital if necessary so that the cause of your illness can be determined. It is really important that medical services are expecting your arrival and calling the above services will ensure that this happens.
Post Date: December 2015 · Posted By: Practice Manager