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THE SURGERY AT 17 LEITH STREET IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.   ALL PRACTICE SERVICES WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM SPITTAL STREET

**THERE WILL BE NO WOMEN ONLY CLINIC AT LEITH STREET ON THURSDAY 19th DECEMBER 2019 - A MIXED CLINIC WILL RUN AT SPITTAL STREET**

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE

If you require medical advice, please call the practice on 0131 240 2810 to speak to a clinician or 111 for NHS 24 out of hours.  Please call 999 in a medical emergency

Edinburgh Access Practice is closed until 1:45pm on the fourth Wednesday morning of each month.  2019 WEDNESDAY AM closure dates: November 27th

BANK HOLIDAY CLOSURES FOR 2019: WEDNESDAY 25TH AND THURSDAY 26TH DECEMBER; WEDNESDAY 1ST AND THURSDAY 2ND JANUARY 2020

 

 

DOCTORS:

Our longterm team consists of three GPs, and we also are joined each year by a visiting GP fellow (academic GP).

Our GPs are Dr Digby Thomas, Dr John Budd and Dr Aisling Quiery.

The GP Fellow for 2019/2020 is Dr Gillian Noble.

Our daily clinics are run on a drop-in basis across the two surgery sights and details of these can be found under the “opening hours” section.

We offer all routine GP services at the practice.  In addition to this we all have a specialist interest in providing healthcare for patients who are homeless, and all have additional expertise in mental health problems and substance misuse problems. 

On Thursday afternoons, we offer a dedicated men-only clinic (Spittal Street – Dr Thomas) and women-only clinic (The Access Point – Dr Quiery) if patients would prefer to attend these.

Nurses

Jane Taube (f)
Leith Mullen (f)
John Murphy (m)

Healthcare Assistants

Jessie Anderson (f)

Our healthcare support worker is a specialist phlebotomist (taking blood), and helps organise and support the work of the Hepatitis C clinic at the Edinburgh Access Practice. She also works as outreach worker, supporting people in homelessness to access the services at the practice.

 
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