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You can self refer to see a Physio: - Self Refer

Book your appointment online:- Make an Appointment

Cairn Patient Group
Unfortunately, our PPG has been closed but we will use surveys and a new waiting room display system to communicate wit patients.

Out of Hours
When the surgery is closed and you are too ill to wait until it re-opens, contact NHS 24 on 111

We aim to have appointments available to be booked up to 6 weeks ahead but sometimes that is not possible. Please either book online or telephone 709709 to request an appointment

Home Visits
If you are unable to come to the surgery, the doctor may visit you at home if this is medically appropriate. (Patients who are housebound or too ill to come to the Practice).  We ask that patients do not abuse this service as a home visit takes up approximately 4 to 5 normal appointment slots

Self Refer Yourself (Stop Smoking, Physio & Podiatry)

There are a few local services that now offer patients the oppurtunity to self refer themselves without seeing a GP. If you feel you require to see a Physiotherapist or Podiatrist or if you would like to refer yourself to a Smoking Cessation Advisor then you can download a Self Referral form by following the links below:




Podiatry Referal Form.pdf 

Please hand the completed form into the surgery and we will send it to the appropriate people on your behalf.

However if you are at all unsure if you require Physiotherapy or Podiatry treatment or your pain/condition worsens then see your GP for advice.


Wanting to Stop Smoking?

You can self Refer to see a Stop Smoking Advisor using the form below:


Alternatively if you wish you can seek advice and help to stop smoking from most community pharmacies.


Living Life

Are you feeling low? Depressed? Anxious? Don't worry because these are common problems.  Some people are able to recover over a shorter time of a few weeks on their own while others may need to seek more specialist help and support.  That's where Living Life can help.

Living Life is a new telephone service to provide help for people suffering from low mood, mild to moderate depression, symptoms of anxiety or a combination of both.

You will be offered a series of telephone support sessions talking you through specific materials and workbooks, which will be sent to you through the post or you can download or access them via the internet.  The sessions will be weekly or fortnightly over a period of approximately 4 to 12 weeks at a time suitable to you. 

If you would like to know more about Living Life, you can self-refer (for people aged 16 and over) by calling direct - 0800 328 9655 - open from Monday-Friday 1.00pm-9.00pm

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