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Easter Holiday Closure


Please note Brunton Place Surgery will be closed for the public holidays on Friday 19th April and Monday 22nd April


In the event of an emergency please dial 999


Should you require medical advice please call

NHS 24 on 111


Minor Surgery

Do you have any minor skin imperfections such as, moles, cysts or skin tags that you would like to have removed? Are these causing you pain, bleeding, infection trauma or distress?

If you have any minor skin problems that you would like treated and are concerned about the waiting times for referral under the NHS, then contact us for assessment and treatment in our monthly minor surgery clinic at Brunton Place Surgery.

Dr Sam Watt and Dr Faye Porter are trained in minor surgery in and are able to perform the necessary minor surgery procedures at our practice. Please make an appointment with us and we will be able to help you.

  • Dr Watt and Dr Porter can also administer pain relieving anti-inflammatory steroid injections to help with stiff and aching joints

Have you had your flu vaccination?

  • Are you over 65
  • Do you have a chronic condition
  • Is your child aged 2-5 and not at school

You may be eligible for a free flu jag if you fall into one of the categories above.

Please book an appointment by calling our reception team on 0131 557 5545


Registration Forms

Brunton Place Surgery Currently has a restriction on the number of new patients we can register each week. Please be advised that this will be STRICTLY limited to 30 per week which are available from 8am on Tuesday mornings.

Once all 30 registration forms have been handed out we will NOT issue any more.



We are introducing a new service called the Health Station that will let you perform some of your own tests at a time that is convenient for you without the need for an appointment.

We may ask you to use the Health Station to record your blood pressure, height, weight, and relevant questionnaires for your health conditions. The information is saved directly into your patient record electronically.

Using the Health Station when asked to do so by the doctor or nurse will give the clinician your test results before your appointment, freeing up more time in your appointment to discuss your condition.


Change to our Online Prescription Ordering Service


If you want to join this service all you need to do is ask the receptionist to print you a pin number and then register online within 14 days

If you are using our previous online prescription ordering service, you will need to ask the receptionist for a pin number before the old system is stopped on 1st September 2015. 

If you already use our online appointment booking system you will automatically gain access to online prescription ordering via your existing pin number from Monday 6th July 2015

  If you require any further information on this service please ask a member of the reception team


Have you registered for Online Appointment Booking? Click here for info.

It will be necessary initially for you to register to use the internet appointment booking facility. Ask the receptionist for a registration form ( one registration form for each adult and child, in the household ), which provides the information you need to register to use the internet facility.

Have you tried the Online Prescription Request service? 

Text Message Appointments Reminders - Do we have your correct mobile number?

Aged 50-74? Have you completed Bowel Screening Kit? See further information.

Bowel cancer is the third most common cancer in the UK.  The earlier it's found, the more effectively it can be treated.  If you are aged 50-74 you will automatically be sent a free bowel screening kit.  If you are over 74, you can request a kit by calling 0800 707 6060.  More information on the programme can be found on the Bowel Screening website.

Free NHS 24 Telephone Number - Dial 111 


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