For our most recent updates regarding Covid-19, seasonal flu vaccines or other items please see the "latest news" tab on the left which will be kept up to date with all the relevant information.
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
Are you registered with us and need to re-order your medication? Visit our prescriptions page and complete the online form. Find out more
Community COVID-19 UPDATE 22nd Feb 2021
In light of the current situation in the village here is a reminder about the Covid helpline number 0800 028 2816 and the NHS Inform website https://www.nhsinform.scot/.../infec.../coronavirus-covid-19 . Both of these resources can help answer any questions you may have regarding symptoms, self-isolation and more general advice. To book a test please call 0800 030 8013 or https://www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test .The mobile testing unit is back in Ullapool on Wednesday but there are other options and locations available via the helpline or the above link.
It is vital that if you are asked to self-isolate by Test & Protect that you do so and follow their advice very carefully.
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 22/02/2021)