To make an appointment with a Doctor or Nurse you can use the following methods:

  • In person at the reception desk
  • By telephone on 01241 859888 (we do get cancellations at short notice, so it's always worth checking)
  • Using our automated booking service - just phone 01241 859888

Please note we are unable to process appointment requests received via email or online forms.

You can read more about consultations and how to get the best out of your appointment, as well as our location.

For medical advice when the surgery is closed telephone NHS 24 on 111. Find out more about NHS 24 and emergency dental care. Call 999 in a medical emergency - when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk.

Types of Appointment

Same Day Appointments

You will be called back the the duty doctor, and if you require to be seen that day you will be asked to attend the practice to see a GP or Nurse Practitioner. If you are asked to attend you may have to wait a while before being seen BUT you will be seen that day. Some problems can be dealt with over the phone and do not require a face to face consultation. If you do not require to be seen that day you will be given an appointment in the future.

Extended Hours

These ver early morning appointments (0645-0800 hrs) are predominantly for patients who work and cannot attend during normal working hours. There is an approximate waiting time of 3 weeks.

Telephone Appointments

Many appointments can be dealt with over the phone unless an examination is required. You can book a telephone slot usually within a few days.

Routine Appointments with a GP

We endeavour to see patients as quickly as possible but be aware that the national waiting time for a routine matter is approximately 2-3 weeks.

Home Visits

Patient requests for home visits are always a high priority for action. Patients are asked to request a home visit before 10.00am where possible, in order for doctors to plan their day.

All requests for a home visit will be triaged (clinically assessed) by the duty doctor, no matter what time a patient or carer telephones the practice. Please be able to give a contact telephone number, preferably a landline, for the doctor's return telephone call.

A home visit is appropriate for any patient who is confined to their home for medical reasons only, otherwise they will be asked to attend the surgery to be seen.

Surgery Pod

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Remember to use the Surgery Pod to check your height, weight, blood pressure and lifestyle questions. You don't need an appointment - just pop in during opening hours (8am-6pm). Find out more about the Surgery Pod.

More About the Appointments System

You can find out more about how our appointment system works in our practice leaflet How to make an appointment at Carnoustie Medical Group.

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Opening Hours

The practice is open 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday.

We participate in the public holiday closure timetable as agreed by NHS Tayside for General Practice. Clinical services and requirements for advice during all out of hours periods are covered by NHS 24 on 111.

Nurse Practitioner Appointments

Why wait to see a Doctor when our Nurse Practitioners can manage and prescribe for common illnesses? They include:

  • Skin conditions & infections
  • Sprains, injuries & muscle strains
  • Ear, nose & throat problems
  • Indigestion, constipation & diarrhoea
  • Respiratory problems (flu, asthma, chest problems)
  • Urinary problems (male & female)
  • Sexual health advice & contraception
  • Feminine complaints & infections
  • Eye infections

Health Information

To complement the non-emergency NHS 24 phone service, NHS Inform provide general health information, including advice on tests, treatments, illnesses, injuries, healthy living, support and health rights. You can phone NHS Inform on 0800 22 44 88 or use the webchat option on the NHS Inform website.

NHS Inform

Touch-screen Check-in

Instead of waiting in a queue at reception desk to check-in, why not use the touch-screen (housed in the main entrance). It's simple to use and lets the Doctor/Nurse know you are waiting to be seen.

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