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Practice Changes April 2015

Due to the ongoing difficulties in recruiting replacement GPs, it has been agreed that NHS Forth Valley will take over temporary responsibility for running Kersiebank Medical Practice from 1st May 2015 to ensure that patients continue to have access to high quality local medical services.

Dr Stuart Cumming, NHS Forth Valley’s Associate Medical Director for Primary Care Services, will have clinical responsibility for the Practice during this interim period. Work is also underway to recruit a team of salaried GPs, employed by the Health Board, who would be able to provide support to Kersiebank Medical Practice and a number of other local Practices in Forth Valley which are experiencing similar difficulties in recruiting permanent staff.

In addition, NHS Forth Valley is planning to expand other services at the Practice to provide additional support to local patients. The means that you may be offered an appointment with another healthcare professional such as a physiotherapist or a mental health nurse.  In many cases this will reduce delays and ensure you have access to the specialist support and advice you require.

When you contact the Practice to make an appointment you may now be asked to speak to a Practice nurse first. The nurse can offer advice and make an appointment for you to see the most appropriate health professional.  The Practice Nurse may also be able to arrange for you to get a prescription or direct you to other local health services which are able to treat minor illnesses and injuries.

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Sexual Health Service

The Sexual Health Service runs a clinic from 5.00pm-8.00pm every second and fourth Thursday of the month. At drop-in clinics the number of patients seen may be restricted depending on volume of patients attending.

Please register at 5.00pm for drop in clinics. Appointments can also be made in advance by phoning 01786 433697.

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Our 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.