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Killearn Health CentreBalfron RoadKillearn, G63 9NATel: 01360 550339
You can now book GP appointments Online- Information HERE
Information on the Bowel Screening is available HERE
Consultation is by appointment. To make an appointment, telephone the Health Centre at 01360 550339 where the Receptionist will offer you a face to face appointment or a telephone consultation
All urgent problems are dealt with on the day.
The Receptionists are also there to receive your requests and comments. They may ask for brief details of your situation to help the Doctor judge the best way to help.
Our reception staff may also direct you to other services available to you.
Please note you can book directly with our Mental Health Nurse, and also Advanced Physio Practitioner for any aches, pains and joint problems.
If you feel that your problem can be dealt with by a telephone consultation, please phone reception and you will be given a time to call back.
House calls are at the discretion of the Doctor. Please do not ask the Doctor to call unless the patient is genuinely too ill to come to the Health Centre.
A rash or temperature does not prevent patients coming to the Health Centre and will not endanger others. Simply tell the Receptionist on arrival.
Where the condition of the patient does require a house call please try to let us know before 10.00am.
House visits are only available for patients who are housebound because of illness or disability.
Please remember that several patients can be seen in the practice in the time that it takes to make one home visit. There are also better facilities for examining and treating patients at the Health Centre.