Public holidays - the practice will be closed on Monday 11th October. Please phone 111 if you need assistance.
Flu/Covid Booster clinics
The Flu vaccine is for everyone aged 50 and over and those in at risk groups. We will be delivering both the flu vaccine and the Covid booster at the same time. The covid booster cannot be given less than 24 weeks from the 2nd dose.
Therefore we will be holding clinics on the following dates and will be in contact to book appointments over the coming weeks.
Wednesday 6th October
Saturday 30th October
Saturday 20th November
The majority of General Practices will not be vaccinating their own patients. This service will be delivered by the Health Boards at central locations. However as a practice we have decided that it is the best interests of our patients to offer this service in house.
All adults in Scotland should now have received their first COVID-19 vaccine appointment. If not please register at ➡ nhsinform.scot/vaccineregistration
to get it sent to you by text or email or call 0800 030 8013
NHS INFORM have developed a Covid-19 vaccination status scheme. Below is the link to the nhs inform page with instructions for people requiring information about their vaccination. This can be obtained by logging in or calling the national telephone line on 0808 196 8565.
Please see link below for the latest guidelines for covid vaccination status
Latest Guidelines for covid vaccination status
If you have a new continuous cough OR fever OR loss of / change in sense of smell or taste you and your household must self isolate and arrange a test.
More information can be found at
It is still mandatory to wear a face covering in the health centre, if you have been asked to attend please make sure you wear one.
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Test and protect:
Anyone over the age of 5 with coronavirus symptoms, however mild, should arrange to be tested, as soon as they develop symptoms.
Book a test: this can be done online at: www.nhs.uk/ask-for-a coronavirus-test
Testing will be done at a drive-through centre or using a home-testing kit.
Click here for NHS Inform information on Coronavirus
We have all had to learn to live and work differently during the COVID 19 Pandemic. We thank all our patients for their understanding and support during this time. We have had to learn and do the majority of our work over the telephone and using email to help deliver primary medical care to our patients. This has resulted in lengthy waits to get through to us on the telephone and likewise for us to get back to patients. We are continuing to see patients both at the surgery and visit the housebound as needed.
We will continue to re-assess our service and make changes for the better. We welcome feedback but please provide this via post or email.
We are happy to receive requests for prescriptions via our Practice email:
Please see 'quick links' for our latest news letter for more information on the practice.
Thank you for your cooperation during this pandemic.
Doune Health Centre
Our aim is to care for all your health needs and we hope this website will help you access the services you require.
Doune Health Centre comprises the main surgery in Springbank Road, Doune and a branch surgery at Thornhill Clinic in Thornhill.
The doctors and nurses offer a wide range of clinics and services to all our patients and we have suitable access for disabled persons including a hearing loop system in place at the reception desk.
(Site updated 24/09/2021)