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Welcome to Ullapool Medical Centre Online
The Health Centre is on North Road, on the lower floor of Mo Dhachaidh Nursing Home. There is a car park. There are automatic front doors, but if you are disabled and feel that you will require assistance, please let us know that you are coming and a member of staff will be available to help you. The practice covers the area shown on this map, from the Ross-shire county boundary to the north, Loch Droma to the east and Dundonnell to the south.
Repeat Prescriptions for Registered Patients
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Ullapool Medical Practice
Covid Vaccine Clinic
Thursday 29th April 2021
We will be holding a large vaccination clinic on Thursday 29th April. We hope to vaccinate between 300-350 patients that day, for those requiring a 2nd dose. We will call you to book you an appointment in the same way as we did for your 1st dose.
Please note there will only be parking for disabled and blue badge holders, there will be a drop off and pick up point as well but we are encouraging patients to park elsewhere or walk.
In order to facilitate this, the Practice will be closed on this date to all routine enquiries and appointments; in person and by phone.
If you have an emergency please call 999 as you normally would. Please make use of NHS24 on 111 where possible.
Please also note that any repeat prescription requests may take longer than usual for us to process.
A few points to note:
We only have the Oxford Astra Zeneca vaccine
- For your safety and ours you will be asked the Covid screening questions before entry to the building
- We will provide you with a FRSM (fluid resistant surgical mask) before entry to the building, you can either replace your own face covering/mask with the mask we give you or pop it on over the top
- If you are not able to wear a FRSM face mask for this purpose please call the Health Centre to make us aware as alternative arrangements will need to be made.
- When you attend for your vaccine please wear a loose-fitting top to give easy access to your upper arm
- If driving you will need to remain for 15mins following your vaccine, we have a socially distant and monitored space for this.
Thank you all again for your patience and understanding.
Click here to go to the NHS Inform website which contains the latest updates on the COVID-19 vaccine situation. We are awaiting further instruction from NHS Highland on what will be expected of us and will let you all know as soon as we can.
The way we access urgent care has changed due to coronavirus
- If you think you need A&E, but it’s not life-threatening, you can now call NHS 24 on 111, day or night.
- Or you can still contact your GP as normal, during the day.
- If it’s an emergency, you should continue to call 999 or go to your local A&E
(Site updated 01/05/2021)