Lowther Medical Centre

Lines open at 8.00am


We provide a wide range of services and clinics for patients at our practice.

You can find out more by clicking on the links.


If you feel unwell, do you need to visit your GP Practice, or could you see your local Pharmacist? Did you know your Pharmacist can treat many minor ailments. Click here for further ... [continue] Appointments


In addition to the routine surgeries and emergency appointments, certain specialist clinics and other services may be provided at specific times or on request. However, most of our long term ... [continue] Clinics

Contact your GP practice

Depending on what you would like to do there are different ways you can contact Lowther Medical Centre. Please follow the link below to find the best way for us ... [continue] Contact your GP practice

Extended Access Appointments

Do you work weekdays? Do you need a ROUTINE GP Or Nurse appointment during the evening or weekend? Extended Access Service available Appointments bookable via your GP surgery (appointments not ... [continue] Extended Access Appointments

NHS health information

There is plenty of information to help you manage your health on the NHS website. These buttons will take you to different sections of NHS and you can look up ... [continue] NHS health information

Non-NHS services

The NHS does not pay for some of the services we provide. These include private sick notes, insurance forms, holiday cancellation forms, medical reports, fitness to travel certificates, private prescriptions, ... [continue] Non-NHS services

Personalised care

Personalised care – giving people more choice and control (NHS England and NHS Improvement) What is personalised care? Personalised care means giving people the same choice and control over their ... [continue] Personalised care

Physio – Self Referral

Self referral form for Physiotherapy Physiotherapy can be particularly beneficial if you are suffering from low back pain, neck pain, recent injuries such as strains and sprains or joint and ... [continue] Physio – Self Referral


Referral to a specialist Please click on the link below for guidance on what to expect when you are referred by your GP to see a Specialist (or therapist). Please ... [continue] Referrals

Repeat prescriptions

If you are on regular medication you may be given a computer list of your treatment. Leave your list with the receptionist at least 72 hours (i.e. 3 working days) ... [continue] Repeat prescriptions

Self care

Did you know that 10 of the most minor ailments seen by GPs can also be treated by you at home? By treating yourself at home you could save a ... [continue] Self care

Sick certificates

You do not require a doctor’s sickness certificate for any illness lasting seven days or less. Your employer may however require you to complete a self-certification form (SC2) which is ... [continue] Sick certificates

Staff Training (PLT afternoons)

The surgery will be closed for staff training one afternoon per month from 1.00 pm and the training dates are displayed below. The surgery will not re-open until the following ... [continue] Staff Training (PLT afternoons)

Test results

GPs and Nurses will advise you which tests are to be taken and when the results are likely to be returned. You can view your test results, once the doctor ... [continue] Test results

Travel health

Our comprehensive travel health advice service is provided by our experienced practice nurse team, supported by our doctors. There is also an excellent NHS travel advice website at www.fitfortravel.scot.nhs.uk which you may ... [continue] Travel health

Which clinician do I need to see?

Phlebotomist Bloods Blood pressure Our Phlebotomists are Arlene, (Janice – Bank) Health Care Assistant B12 injections ECGs Flu vaccinations NHS Health Checks Simple stitches & clip removal Simple dressings Our ... [continue] Which clinician do I need to see?

Who should I see?

We try to keep our GP appointments for patients with more serious health and long term problems. Before you book an appointment to see a doctor please consider whether an ... [continue] Who should I see?

Date published: 28th August, 2014
Date last updated: 15th November, 2014