265 Portobello High Street,Edinburgh. EH15 2AW TEL: 0131 669 8406
Edinburgh Carers Support Team will be at Portobello Surgery on the 13th April from
Confirmed case of measles in Lothian, please make sure you are up to date with vaccinations
including the MMR (measles mumps and rubella) vaccine. This is particularly important
for children and young adults.
· Routine patients who require a new walking aid assessment.
What is not appropriate?
· Patients with complex mobility needs.
· Patients who have had a significant deterioration in their mobility.
· Patients whose main complaint is pain.
This group of patients would require a comprehensive physiotherapy assessment, and
should be referred in the usual way through SCI gateway.
What if the patient already has a walking aid but it is faulty or needs replaced?
· If a patient has a walking aid that was provided by The Edinburgh Community Equipment
Stores, within the past 3 years; which is now faulty, that patient may contact them
0131 529 6300 to arrange a replacement.
Please have a look at our signposting flyers. These are to help you find the best
person to deal with you. Please click below to open both flyers and other resources
you might find helpful.
To get the results of tests, please contact reception:
Portobello: After 12 noon daily
Conan Doyle: After 2pm daily.
The practice nurses are available daily to discuss results:
Portobello: 4.00 to 4:30 pm
Conan Doyle: 12 noon to 1.00 pm.
You may also book a GP appointment if you need to discuss investigations or test
results with your GP.
Change to You may also book a GP telephone appointment if you need to discuss investigations
or test results with your GP.
Blood results:Portobello and Conan Doyle Medical Centre:
Our reception staff are available from 12 noon to 6.00 pm to give out results of
investigations to patients. Please note that it is not always possible for staff
to discuss your results with you and you may need to discuss them with your doctor
or a nurse.
We would like to apologise for the building works next door, and any disruption to
our usual car parking facilities. The site Manager hopes to have work completed by
the end of April. Towards the end of the building works we will be closing our car
park for resurfacing and the installation of bike racks and a new surgery sign.
We will endeavour to keep the car park closure to a minimum.