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PORTOBELLO AND CONAN DOYLE SURGERIES

Conan Doyle Medical Centre,

4 Nether Liberton Lane, Edinburgh. EH16 5TY Tel: 0131 666 5160

 

Portobello Surgery,

265 Portobello High Street,Edinburgh. EH15 2AW    TEL: 0131 669 8406

At night and at weekends medical cover is provided by NHS24. Contact number is 111

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wheelchair users will find easy access at both sites. There are toilets for the disabled at the Conan Doyle Medical Centre.

 

Please keep visiting us, and if you have any suggestions that you may wish to put to us then fill in the Suggestions form

 

Consent: email /text  and Out Of Hours Information Sharing

As part of your medical care we would like to share with the Out of Hours Service.  Give your consent here

 

The surgery is starting to use an SMS (text) messaging service for appointment reminders.

Please complete  This form to inform us as to your preference for this sevice.

Or this form to change mobile number/email

 

 


Please use this website to find information about the surgeries. You can order repeat prescriptions, complete travel questionaire, cancel appointments, find out how to ..., change your details, consent to OOH sharing, text reminders and contact by email. We also have a suggestion contact form if you find there is information you require from surgery.

Both Portobello and Conan Doyle Surgeries are open from 8.30 am (doors open at 8.00 am) to 6.00pm  Monday to Friday. We do hold extended hours clinics for pre-booked appointments with GPs and Nurses (see appointments information).

WHEN SHOULD I WORRY? - Your guide to Coughs, Colds, Earache & Sore Throats

Bowel screening is important when you are over 50 click for more info

For eye, dental and feet problems and to see Physiotherapist or Midwife please click here

Welcome to Portobello Surgery/Conan Doyle Medical Centre

Opening Times

 

Newsletter Spring 2015

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Travelling to Pakistan, Cameroon, Syria, Afghanistan, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Iraq, Israel, Somalia and Nigeria

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The Thistle Foundation

 will be at Portobello Surgery the first and third Wednesday of every month from 10.30 – 11.30 and Conan Doyle  first Monday of month

Patient Links

Patient Information Links

Living it Up (https://portal.livingitup.org.uk/) is an online self-management hub which aims to empower people to improve their health and well-being. Although aimed at the over 50’s, Living it Up is useful for those with long term health conditions, care givers and anyone who wants to improve their health, well-being and quality of life. By using familiar technology like computers, tablets and smart phones, users of Living it Up are able to access innovative and trusted health, care and well-being services, local information, volunteering opportunities and products which will enable everyone to feel better connected in their communities and more in control of their own health.

The service is currently active in five areas across Scotland: Forth Valley, Highland and Argyll & Bute, Lothian, Moray, and the Western Isles, and aspires to extend its reach to the whole of Scotland and beyond.

 

 

 

Carers

 

information about free training and group work for carers

Evaluation of previous events tells us that carers feel more confident and better able to cope following participation on events. We have places available on all events and are very keen to let carers know about these free events.

Parent and Carer Support and Information Session on Young People’s Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health issues.

This session has been planned with the support of The Junction and CAHMS and will take place on Thursday 21st May, 6.30-8.30pm at The 86 Space, The Junction, 86 Junction Street, Leith.

The evening will provide an opportunity for parents who wish more information or are concerned about their teenager’s emotional wellbeing or mental health to meet other parents and supportive professionals in a safe relaxed environment.

At this initial session parents’ views will also be sought to plan future support and information sessions. Parents and carers of 11-18 year olds from across the city are welcome to attend.