Important - Vaccinations: In line with NHS Highland Direction GP surgeries will no longer be responsible for the delivery of vaccinations and immunisations effective 1st March 2023. If you have any queries regarding child or adult immunisations, please contact the NHS Highland Service Delivery Centre Helpline: 0800 032 0339 open Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5.00pm. For routine immunisations you are requested to wait for an appointment letter before making contact.

Kingussie Medical Practice

Ardvonie Park, Gynack Road, Kingussie, PH21 1ET

Telephone: 01540 661 233

nhsh.gp55930-admin@nhs.scot

We are currently closed. In an emergency please dial 999. If you don't feel that you can wait until we are open again please call NHS on 111 or visit NHS 111 online at 111.nhs.uk.

Services

Diabetic, Asthma/COPD, Coronary Heart Disease and Stroke Clinics are all run on a regular basis by a recall system and patients will be contacted by the practice and invited to make an appointment.

Epilepsy, Hypothyroidism and Hypertension are all also regularly monitored.

The following services are also available:

Antenatal Clinic is held every second Thursday from 2- 3.30pm. Appointments can be made via the Community Midwives, who are based in Aviemore, and can be contacted on 01479 813402.

Child Development Clinics are run in the surgery by the Public Health Nurse on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month. The public health nurse will arrange these appointments directly with you.

Chiropody Referrals, both general and diabetic, are arranged by the doctor. Patients can also self-refer using forms available from reception or Click here to download.

Community Physiotherapist sees patients referred by the doctor.  You may also self-refer if you are over 16 and have any joint, muscle, back, neck, dizziness or continence problem.  To self refer telephone 0800 917 9390, please be aware calls can take between 10 and 15 minutes.  For further information contact surgery reception.

Contraception and Sexual Health Services and advice are available at the surgery. This includes both contraceptive implant insertion and coil fitting.

Emergency Contraception (Morning After Pill) can be obtained at your local pharmacy for patients Registered in Scotland or if you are patient registered elsewhere you should ask to see a doctor or nurse urgently.

Counselling may be arranged by the doctor if they feel that this is the most appropriate course of treatment for you, or patients can self-refer. (Private charges will apply for self-referrals; please discuss this with the Counsellor). Leaflets are available in the waiting room or from reception.

Dietician – both general and diabetic sessions can be organised by the doctor or practice nurses and clinics are held regularly in the surgery.

Public Health Nurses and School Nurse covering our area are based in Aviemore and can be contacted on 01479 813403.

Minor Surgical Procedures to remove certain skin lesions can be carried out under local anaesthetic at the surgery. Other lesions, e.g. warts, can also be treated with liquid nitrogen. Please discuss this with your GP. Joint injections to relieve pain, if appropriate, can also be carried out in certain circumstances.

New Patients will be offered an introductory appointment so that a brief history of previous illnesses can be taken and routine, simple tests, e.g. blood pressure can be taken. Registration forms can be downloaded from our New Patients page.

Psychiatry Clinic is for patients referred by the doctor and is run by a Consultant Psychiatrist and his/her team, is held on Friday mornings at St Vincent’s Hospital by appointment.

Opening Times

  • Monday
    08:30am to 06:00pm
  • Tuesday
    08:30am to 06:00pm
    Extended hours available some weeks for pre-booked appointments
  • Wednesday
    08:30am to 06:00pm
    Extended hours available some weeks for pre-booked appointments
  • Thursday
    08:30am to 06:00pm
  • Friday
    08:30am to 06:00pm
  • Saturday
    CLOSED
  • Sunday
    CLOSED
NHS A-Z Conditions
Find Local Services
Live Well