It is now mandatory to wear a face covering in the health centre, if you have been asked to attend please make sure you wear one.
Information relating to exemption can be found here : https://accessibletravel.scot/face-mask-exemption-not-everyone-can-wear-one/
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Test and protect:
We are now moving to the next phase in the transition out of lockdown. 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.
If you test positive you will need to think about who you have been in close contact with and these people must self-isolate for 14 days.
Click here for NHS Inform information on Coronavirus
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Practice Update
In order to protect the health of both patients and healthcare workers, we would request that you only visit the health centre if necessary.
As our doctors are being deployed to work in the coronavirus assessment hubs there will be less GPs in the surgery.
Please only contact us for urgent or emergency issues.
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.
More information can be found at
From 16 March, we will not be offering face-to-face routine GP and nurse appointments. If you already have a booked appointment, we would request that you contact us to change this to a telephone appointment. If the clinician feels it is essential to see you, you will be offered a time to come to the practice.
Patients will continue to be triaged for urgent same-day matters. Where possible, they will be dealt with via phone. Those requiring to be seen will be invited to attend.
We are happy to receive requests for prescriptions via our Practice email:
For the most up-to-date information regarding the coronavirus (Covid-19), please visit:
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 Castlehill, 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.
PLEASE NOTE WHEN BOOKING ONLINE APPOINTMENTS: 10 minute appointment for routine matters only, please do not book for cervical screening appointments which require 20 minutes. Thank you.
(Site updated 17/07/2020)