As restrictions ease in Scotland to level 3 we continue to remain open to patients.  If you have any COVID symptoms please contact 111 for initial assessment.  We are unfortunately not able to asses you until we receive this report from 111. Our appointments are via telephone triage initially, where a Clinician will arrange for you to come to the Practice if required at a time that is safe to do so.  This is for your protection and that of other patients, as well as to protect staff.  Our patient advisors will ask you for further details in order to direct you to the most appropriate Clinician.

Thank you for your patience and understanding at what is a challenging time.

If you wish to register with Jedburgh Medical Practice, please first call the surgery to check you are living within our catchment area.

Please download a copy of our New Patient Registration Form and our New Patient Questionnaire and return the completed forms to the surgery either by post or through our letterbox.  It would also be helpful if you could attach a copy of your repeat medication slip if this is relevant.  Children under the age of 16, do not require a New Patient Questionnaire unless they have a complex medical history.  We ask you to complete a registration form and a medical questionnaire because it can take a considerable time for us to receive your medical records.

Your registration will be with the Practice. You are however free to indicate a preference for the doctor whom you would normally like to consult and we will record such a preference. You may also at any time request to receive certain services from e.g. a male or female doctor. Please understand however that we may not be able to accommodate your requests due to e.g. part-time working, clinical rotas, workloads, absence, professional competencies, or where the preferred practitioner does not provide the service.

New Patient Assessments

New patients (over the aged of 5 years) may be offered a health check with a member of the Nursing team to ensure that any required tests are up to date and that we have an accurate note of any repeat medication you may be taking.

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