To contact NHS24 out of surgery hours call freephone number 111

Apologies - online appointment booking has been suspended to prevent patients attending the practice with COVID-19 Coronavirus

Contact Reception if you would like to be able order prescriptions online

W E L C O M E   T O   A L L A N   P A R K !

From 13 December new government guidelines require that we ask patients some screening questions about respiratory symptoms and Covid tests before they can attend the practice.
Please do not enter the building if you have any respiratory or viral symptoms such as cough, sore throat, runny nose, muscle aches, shortness of breath or temperature without phoning first. Also do not enter without phoning first if you have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid in the last 14 days or who is suspected of having Covid.
We recommend you book your Covid booster vaccinations or 1st and 2nd Covid vaccines if you haven’t had them yet on the NHS Inform website or by telephoning 0800 030 8013 or attending a drop in clinic.


Need proof of your vaccinations either request online at the site below or telephone 0808 196 8565

For advice on the vaccine call 0800 030 8013 or see Coronavirus Vaccine NHS Inform

Still haven't had a vaccination?  Find how to get one here:


To minimise risk of infection please do not visit Allan Park Medical Practice unless asked to attend.  If you are unwell phone 451375 between 8-9 am and a Clinician will phone you back.  Please let Reception staff know if you feel you have Covid symptoms.  For medical emergencies call 999. 

Coronavirus symptoms are continuous cough, fever, shortness of breath and loss of taste/smell.  If you develop any of these symptoms please stay at home.  See or phone the info helpline 08000282816.  If unwell out of hours you can contact NHS24 on 111 between 6 pm and 8 am. For medical emergencies call 999.

Phone your GP if your symptoms:

  • are severe or you have shortness of breath
  • worsen during home isolation
  • have not improved after 7 days
You should also phone your GP if you develop breathlessness or it worsens, especially if you:
  • are 60 years old or over
  • have underlying poor health
  • have heart or lung problems
  • have a weakened immune system, including cancer
  • have diabetes

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