The practice will be closed for the public holiday on:
- Monday 28th September 2020
We now have a social media presence in the form of Facebook. Please follow us on these platforms to get up to date information about the practice.
Click this link to visit us on Facebook
COVID-19 Coronavirus update 16/3/20
Firstly, now that we have moved to full triage of all appointment requests we’d like to thank patients for being both pragmatic and understanding in trying to avoid coming to the practice unless strictly necessary. We are now reducing the routine non-urgent tasks we would normally carry out, such as reviews of patients with long term conditions, minor surgery and routine blood tests. In an attempt to reduce the footfall at the practice we are trying to do as much as we possibly can over the telephone. However, if you are asked to come down to the surgery, please follow the advice on the posters and whiteboards you will see around the entrance. Please also respect our staff and do not lean through the reception window when dealing with our receptionists. They can catch this virus too.
The Government advice has also changed, and no longer requires travel to be questioned now that it is recognised the virus is in the community. If you have developed symptoms, even mild ones, you should now self isolate for seven days. Therefore please do not call the practice for general advice about COVID-19 as we will direct you to the NHS inform website which is updated with the latest official advice, including how to self isolate, and has a simple questionnaire to help you decide whether it is likely you have contracted the virus.
From the NHS Inform website:
If you have symptoms of COVID-19
If you've developed a new continuous cough and/or a fever/high temperature in the last 7 days, stay at home for 7 days from the start of your symptoms even if you think your symptoms are mild.
Phone your GP if:
- Your symptoms are severe or you have shortness of breath
- they worsen during home isolation
- they 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
If your GP is closed, phone NHS 24 (111).
If you have a medical emergency, phone 999 and tell them you have COVID-19 symptoms.
Go to https://www.nhsinform.scot/illnesses-and-conditions/infections-and-poisoning/coronavirus-covid-19#overview for more information.
If you are calling the repeat prescription line please take a second to advise us of your preferred pharmacy and we can arrange for them to collect on your behalf. It helps reduce footfall and is one less chance of you meeting infected people in what will be a potentially high risk environment.
Once again, we’d like to thank all our patients for their patience as we work through this challenge. We will continue to update this website regularly.
Welcome to New Dyce Medical Practice
Our Practice serves some 10,000 patients, mostly in the Dyce/Newmachar area but also extending into rural communities. With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.
NEW! Vacancies 2020
New Dyce is now recruiting! We are currently seeking the undernoted disciplines to join our busy team:
- a salaried GP
- part-time receptionist/telephonist
Please go to the careers link at the bottom of the page or click here for more information and details of how to apply.