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Welcome to Glencairn Medical Practice.

Our aim is to improve the health and wellbeing of the local community through the delivery of safe, effective and compassionate primary care services.

Our website contains a range of health information and resources, along with practical information on visiting the surgery. We hope you find the website useful and informative, and welcome your feedback and suggestions.


 

Do you receive an Influenza Vaccination?

Over the age of 65 or have a long term condition?

Are you a Patient with us?

 

We are holding drop-in flu clinics on
7th and 28th of October
between 10am and 12pm

Kilmaurs Sugery
Glencairn Medical Centre
East Park Road
Kilmaurs
KA3 2QS
Crosshouse Sugery
Crosshouse Area Centre
Annandle Gardens
Crosshouse
KA2 0LE

Please note that we will be closed on the following days:
Friday 22nd of September
Monday 25th of September

We reopen on Tuesday the 26th of September, during this time we advise the following

 
Eyecare Ayrshire

If you find that your require easy-to-understand advice regarding your eyes:
soreness, possible infection, sight issues
An Optician can help answer your questions and offer the correct advice for you.
 

 
Your Community Pharmacy

If you find that your require easy-to-understand advice on treating everyday ailments such as:
coughs, colds, and hay fever
Your Community Pharmacist can help answer your questions and offer advice on the right medicine for you.
 

 
Should you require medical advice or assistance
whilst your GP practice is closed
please contact NHS 24 on 111.
 

 
In the event of a medical emergency,
please dial 999 for an ambulance.
 

Please click on the link below to view the letter from NHS Ayrshire & Arran which was sent to patients on 24th of August 2017.

Click here to read

Further to the report in the Kilmarnock Standard, the current partners and NHS Ayrshire and Arran would like to reassure patients that the surgeries in Kilmaurs and Crosshouse are not closing, and patients will still access medical services from these sites even after the current contract changes. Therefore it is not necessary for patients to register elsewhere.

You can help the practice to keep waiting times as short as possible by utilising other local services, instead of the surgery where appropriate:

  • Your local pharmacist: for expert advice and information, including the Minor Ailment Service for coughs and colds, indigestion, constipation, and aches and pains.
  • Your dentist: for regular check-ups, routine treatments and emergency care.
  • Your optician: for any eye problems including blurred vision, difficulty seeing well, or discomfort.

Thank you.