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01505 320 208
The doctors and staff at the Riverview Medical Centre in Johnstone are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare. We offer a wide variety of medical services.About the practice
There are many symptoms and conditions for which you may not need to contact the GP surgery at all. NHS Inform has information about almost every symptom, illness and condition and gives excellent advice about self help for many of these. Should you require additional advice, the following list suggests who would be most appropriate to contact:
Patients are able to book ten minute routine GP appointments online through our patient access service. If you have not registered for this service please contact reception to arrange for your personal log on details. More info…
Please allow 2 working days for any repeat prescriptions to be ready to collect from the surgery. You may order repeat prescriptions by phoning your request to your usual pharmacist (this is often quicker than contacting the surgery); completing the tear off section of your last prescription (on the right hand side of each repeat prescription) and putting it it into the red box in reception; online using our Patient Access service More info…
All GP practices are contracted to provide essential services which is the basic treatment of ill people. We also provide the additional services including Child Health Surveillance with the Health Visiting team; Contraceptive Services; Maternity Services with the Midwifery team; Immunisation of Children; Cervical Smears; Travel advice and selected immunisations. More info…
An increasing number of patients are attending late for their appointments. If you arrive 5 or more minutes late for your appointment you will not be seen. If you are less than 5 minutes late you may be seen, but this will be at the Doctor or Nurse’s discretion.You may be offered the option to wait until there is a free space in the clinic (if there are any empty appointments) – this could take from a few minutes to several hours. If we hold an up to date mobile number for you, a text reminder of your appointment can be sent 24 hours in advance. Please check with reception that you have given us permission for this.
June 23, 2020
Please see the Transport Scotland website for information about the mandatory wearing of facemasks on public transport in Scotland. For those who are exempt, your GP is not required to issue a letter to confirm this.
June 8, 2020
To ensure the safety of all patients and staff, face masks must be worn for all face to face appointments at the surgery. Please put on your face mask outside. Do not enter the surgery until the GP, Nurse or…
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The practice is open at the following times:
|Monday||8am-12:30pm & 1:30pm-6pm|
|Tuesday||8am-12:30pm & 1:30pm-6pm|
|Wednesday||8am-12:30pm & 1:30pm-6pm|
|Thursday||8am-12:30pm & 1:30pm-6pm|
|Friday||8am-12:30pm & 1:30pm-6pm|
Please note the practice will close for lunch and training between 12.30pm and 1.30pm.
The practice will be closed on Renfrewshire public holidays. View the list of Renfrewshire public holidays here.Opening hours »
There are many services available in Glasgow to help you to stay healthy. Some of these services can be accessed directly, and for others you need to be registered with a GP practice.
Consultations are by appointment only. We do not offer a walk-in service. If you arrive at the surgery and do not have an appointment, you may not be seen. The practice may ask you to come back at another time, or may suggest that you are seen by another health care professional or another service.
If you have an appointment please attend at the time stated. If you are not going to be able to attend please let the practice know in advance so that the appointment can be used by someone else who needs it.
If you become unwell when your surgery is closed, please telephone the surgery on 01505 320208 and your call will be transferred to NHS24. You can also telephone NHS24 on 111 directly.