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Fax Machine

Our fax machine will no longer be active from 1 February 2019.  Please either call or email us on with any future requests.  

Flu Vaccines

We currently have vaccines available for all age groups, these being:

  • 75+ years of age
  • 65-74 years of age
  • 18-64 years of age in an at risk group 
  • Under 18 years of age nasal vaccine  All primary school age children will be given the vaccine at School.  

Please contact the surgery and make an appointment as required. 

Medication Review Clinic

A medicines review is a meeting with your doctor, pharmacist or nurse to talk about your medicines.  Your medicines should be reviewed regularly (usually once a year) to check they are right for you.  The Surgery will contact you with regard to making an appointment with our pharmacist.  Further information can be found here.    

Physiotherapist Appointments

We are delighted to announce that from we have a dedicated Physio in Practice every Wednesday and Friday. This service is a specialist service to diagnose and treat patients with musculoskeletal conditions of the spine, arms, hands and legs. Patients are no longer required to self-refer but can now book directly (via the reception team) for conditions such as Osteoarthritis, Neck and shoulder pain, Low back & hip pain, Sciatica, Wrist & hand pain, Knee & ankle pain and Ligament & muscle injuries

Practice Privacy Notice

A copy of our updated Practice Privacy Notice can be found on our Policies page

Text Message Service

Fortrose Surgery will now be using SMS text messages to contact patients.  Please ensure your mobile number is kept up-to-date.

Practice Afternoon Closures

The Practice will be closed on the following dates:

  • 6 February 2019
  • 7 March 2019
  • 2 April 2019

The Surgery will be closed from 1pm for all routine appointments. For urgent matters please ring the doorbell or follow the recorded phone instruction when you call.   For emergencies always call 999 and for all general health enquiries please call NHS24 on 111 (free from landlines and mobile phones in the UK).

Practice Protocols and Policies (Confidentiality, Complaints etc.)

Please note that you can access the practice policies and how to make a complaint at the bottom of the website under the tab: Practice Policies

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