CHANGE TO ONLINE PRESCRIPTION ORDERS - 1 JUNE 2016
As of the 1 June 2016 the online ordering service on the Dunblane Medical Practice website will no longer be available. Patients wishing to continue ordering prescriptions online will have to register for the Patient Access service.
Patient Access is the same system we use for on-line appointment booking. The system is much safer as it is linked directly to your clinical record at the Practice. Therefore the medication list is always up-to-date and accurate. If you are not already registered for this service, please see the receptionist at the Health Centre for a registration form.
Welcome to the Dunblane Medical Practice Website
Our aim is to provide the highest quality health care available under the NHS to all our patients with a well trained and motivated primary care health team.
Through this website we hope to improve our services to all our patients and enable you to find the information required at the click of a mouse. You can download registration forms and change your name and address.
You can find out information about medical conditions and diseases through our patient information leaflets as well as keep up to date with all the latest practice news and developments.
Please click here to find out more about the city of Dunblane and our community.
You can print a Special Request Order Form below to order medications that do not appear on your repeat prescription list.
SPECIAL REQUEST ORDER FORM
PATIENT SURVEY RESULTS
You can read the results from our latest Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire here
ONLINE APPOINTMENT BOOKING
You can book and cancel appointments online via the Patient Access System. If you would be interested in booking appointments online please ask at reception for further information and to be provided with secure login details. When you have the secure login details you can then register here
Following on from the Penrose Report into patients being infected by contaminated blood supplies in the 1970s and 1980s, the Scottish Government have advised that all patients who received blood transfusions prior to 1991 should be offered screening for blood-borne viruses. Everyone in Scotland who had a blood transfusion before September 1991 and who has not been tested can now get a blood screening test for Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B and HIV.If you think you are affected by this and wish to get a screening test, please contact the health centre to arrange a blood test.