Online patient services

Why not register to view, book and cancel your appointments online and be able to order your repeat prescriptions from the same system.

Just ask at reception.

Click the icon below to activate your registration / log in.



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Every effort will be made to ensure that you are seen by the doctor of your choice.

If, however, you require an urgent appointment this may not always be possible and a triage appointment with the duty doctor will be made for you. In such cases, the duty doctor will phone you and may ask you to come in to the surgery.

Patients are asked not to present themselves at reception to see the duty doctor as the doctor may have been called out on an emergency.

All consultations with a doctor are by appointment. To make an appointment, either

  • Call into the appropriate surgery in person
  • Phone Houston surgery on 01505 613240
  • Phone Bridge of Weir surgery on 01505 612555
  • Register for Patient Access which allows appointments to be made online

Appointments for both locations can be made at either surgery and can be made up to two weeks in advance.

We also offer several appointments every day which can be booked 48 hours in advance (for example, patients can phone on a Tuesday for the possibility of an appointment on the Thursday) and, during busy holiday periods, a few next day and on-the-day appointments are available.

Evening appointments

In addition, we offer appointments on a Monday evening at Bridge of Weir. These are designed for patients who are unable to attend the surgery during normal opening hours.

Patients are seen by pre-booked appointment only.  Appointments are bookable up until the Friday of the previous week and are booked consecutively from 5.30pm until 8.15pm

Patients are asked to please note that your GP appointment is for ten minutes only and that an appointment is for one patient only.  Your GP is unable to see another patient during this time.


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