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NHS Inform


Opening Hours

To find out when the practice is closed for public holidays and training events, please refer to our opening hours page. 

Information about what to do when the surgery is closed is also located on this page.

Latest News

Extended Opening Hours

The Practice provides an extended hours service on Tuesday evenings between 6pm and 7.30pm to cater for patients who find it difficult to attend GP appointments during regular opening hours.

Reception staff are able to assist if you wish to utilise this service.


Dr Katy Emslie-Smith

It is with deep regret that we would like to inform our patients that Dr Katy Emslie-Smith is retiring. Her last day is Friday 16 November 2018, however due to annual leave, her last day in surgery will be Friday 26 October 2018.

Dr Emslie-Smith has been with the Erskine Practice for 25 years. She is a much loved and highly respected member of the team.  She will be missed by all of us and we are sure the patients will also miss her.

We wish her all the very best for a long and happy retirement.

Flu Vaccination

If you are eligible for a flu vaccination, please call reception on 01382 458333 to arrange an appointment with a practice nurse.

Who is eligible for a flu vaccination -

  • Anyone aged 65 years and over

In addition to this the Department of Health strongly recommends that people of any age in the following categories have the flu vaccine -

  • Chronic Respiratory Disease – including patients with asthma who are on inhaled steroids
  • Chronic Heart Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Reduced immune system due to certain illness or medication
  • Chronic Renal Disease
  • Chronic Liver Disease
  • Neurological Conditions (i.e. stroke, MS, diseases of central nervous system)
  • Carer – someone who, without payment, provides help and support to another person who could not manage without their help
  • Pregnant Women

Carrying Medicines Abroad

If you have concerns regarding taking medication abroad, please visit your local pharmacy who can help provide you with information that is needed.

Your local pharmacy can also advise on a wide range of travel- related health issues


Hearing Aid Users:

Please note that all hearing aid users who are having problems can now contact Audiology direct on telephone number 01382 596965. You do not need to be referred by the GP.


Nurse Led Clinic:

Please see details in section called Clinics and Services


Pharmacy First

Pharmacy First allows patients to access FREE advice and / or treatment for uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infection in women and Impetigo.

Please click on the icon below for more information

Pharmacy First


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