If you have a new, persistent cough and/or a fever, and/or loss of taste or smell please do not come to the Health Centre, call NHS 24 on 111.

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The Scottish Government requires General Practice and other healthcare settings to have different infection control and physical distancing guidance to other places such as hospitality and shops.  This is to help reduce the risk to practice staff and to people attending the practice who may be at greater risk if they catch Covid19. The following rules still apply in General Practice:

  1. Wearing of face coverings by patients and the public (unless you are exempt)
  2. Physical distancing of 2 metres in waiting rooms
  3. Contact your practice by telephone in the first instance
  4. Wearing of PPE by staff
  5. Screening of all patients for COVID 19 symptoms

Please support Comrie Medical Centre by complying with this guidance


Up-to-date information about COVID19 can be found:

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Please see guidance for households with possible coronavirus infection. The guide helps find out if you need to self-isolate and for how long. It also gives advice on what your household and extended household should do. 


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Key Information Summary (KIS)

Key Information Summary (KIS) has been designed to support patients who have complex care needs or long term conditions.

KIS allows inportant information to be shared with health care professionals in unscheduled care.  Information is shared with patient consent and KIS will be available for users within NHS24, out of hours organisations, A & E departments plus hospital and pharmacy environments.

KIS contains special information from the GP practice and also:

  1. Future care plans
  2. Medications and allergies
  3. Current situation, including main diagnosis and current issues
  4. Carer and support details including next of kin
  5. Information and recommended action for out of hours clinicians
  6. Your wishes

In the future, KIS will also be used in scheduled care for patients with long-term conditions; for example, for those who regularly visit renal clinics and within the Scottish Ambulance Service.

For More information:

You can find out more about KIS in the following publications:

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