Clinical Topics

Could you save a life?

CPR is a skill many of us can learn and it may just save a life.  This video can teach you how you can help in an emergency.

Going On Holiday?

pipeland-travelVaccinations and medical advice, prior to travel, are as important as packing the right clothes or remembering your passport! Read more – Travel Advice


Also known as Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis, Hayfever, is a common condition which effects many people in the Spring and Summer months.

Many people manage their symptoms entirely appropriately using over the counter products like antihistamines, nasal sprays and eye drops. If the pharmacy products don’t seem to be helping, or your symptoms include wheeze or cough, please make an appointment. If you receive Repeat Prescriptions for your Hayfever order them before your symptoms usually begin so as not to be caught out!

Sun Safety

Whether you are heading abroad or staying at home over the Summer we all need to be aware of looking after ourselves in the sun. This is especially true for children. Read more here about sunburn, sunscreens, skin cancers, Vitamin D and protecting yourself.

Assertiveness Classes

NHS Fife Psychology Department will run Assertiveness Training classes in the summer.  To book a place, please complete the Referral Form and send it to the email address on the form.

Practice Information

Practice Privacy Notice

In accordance with General Data Protection Regulations the practice has drawn up a Privacy Notice which outlines the type of data we hold, how we use it and your rights under the legislation.

Extended Hours Surgeries

Struggling to find the time to see a GP? Did you know we operate “Extended Hours” Surgeries before 08:30 and after 17:30? Read more…

Register with us

To make things easier for you to register download a New Patient Registration Form and New Patient Questionnaire. Complete these at your leisure, print them off and hand them in to us bringing with you a suitable form of ID.

Consent Survey

In order to comply with Data Protection legislation, the practice is updating our records regarding consent to contact patients by text message or email. The message is from NHS No Reply. If you receive a text or email from this, please reply to us following the instructions in the message. We will then update your records accordingly.

In the News

Breast Screening in England

NHS England have discovered a problem with the Breast Screening Service.  Some women have not been invited for their final screening in the 3 years before their 71st birthday.  More information can be found on the NHS Choices website.

If you now live in Scotland and believe you have been affected by this issue while living in England, you can ask to be screened by your local service which can be contacted on 01382 425646.

The Scottish Breast Screening Service is unaffected by this issue.