Welcome to the Kersiebank Medical Practice Website


On 1st April 2014, Group Medical Practice and Grange Medical Group merged to form Kersiebank Medical Practice. The aim of the merger was to provide a greater range of clinical expertise allowing us to further develop the high quality of Patient Care.

Our new website has been designed to provide our patients and other visitors with information about the practice and the range of services we offer. You’ll also find details about important practice policies and see the latest news and events from the practice.

Please use the navigation menu at the top of the website to access the pages on our site, or click on the various links found within each page. We aim to make our website as interactive and user-friendly as possible, but have also considered users of differing abilities when designing the content of the website.

We also welcome any useful feedback or suggestions for ways in which we can improve the both the website and our practices services, so please get in touch. Alternatively, you can get involved in our patient discussion groups by sending feedback on the contact page of the website.

In the event of a genuine life-threatening emergency dial 999 and ask for an ambulance!

Latest News

Problem with Prescription Orders from Certain Email Accounts

Due to a recent change with how Gmail, Yahoo! and Live email accounts work, we are experiencing some intermittent issues with receiving requests from these types of email accounts. We hope to have a fix for this implemented very soon, and will announce this on the website when completed.

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New FREE Number for NHS 24

A new free and easy to remember number for NHS 24 in Scotland is now up and running. People looking for medical help and advice can, from today (Tuesday April 29), contact NHS 24 by calling 111.

It means callers in Scotland will no longer be charged when calling NHS 24 from a landline or mobile. NHS 24 will continue to deliver the same high quality service for anyone seeking advice and support during the out of hours period until their GP surgery reopens. It previously cost the price of a local phone call from a BT landline, with calls from other landline service providers and mobile providers often costing more.

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