If you have a minor illness, you may not need a GP appointment.
Please take a moment to look at our minor illness page to see how you can self care with the help of the local pharmacist.
Out of Hours:NHS 24 Scotland telephone number is 111. http://www.nhs24.com/
Your GP or nurse may direct you to the NHS website http://www.theinsandouts.co.uk/
prior to your appointment, so you can learn about the different contraceptive options.
We now have online prescription ordering, which will make it quicker to safely process repeat prescription requests for you. This service is only available for patients over 16 years old.
Before you can use this service you need to do the following steps.
1) download and complete the form below (this form is also available from reception):
2) hand the form to our reception team who will process the details, before a letter is sent to your home with your registration details.
3) Complete Your Registration and Activate Your Account
Once you have received your Registration Letter you are ready to access the online services. If you have not already done so, please complete your registration by visiting My Vision Online and activating your account by entering in the information from your Registration Letter.
4) create a username and password to complete this process.
To access the new online services please login below. You must have received your Registration Letter from the Practice in order to use the new online services. Calsayseat Medical Group's Practice ID is 30701.
(you must be registered for this service before you can use it). Calsayseat Medical Group's Practice ID is 30701. This service is only available for patients over 16 years old.
include your Full Name, Date of Birth, Address and a Contact Number and what prescription is requested. Please keep your message brief, to enable us to process requests as quickly as possible. Please do not use this email address for any other clinical matters as it will be rejected.
Prescriptions Line 01224 849749
These can be obtained by prior agreement with the doctor. Drugs not shown on the right hand side of your last prescription cannot be normally issued through the prescription line service.
Your prescription may be delivered to certain chemists in the Aberdeen area by arrangement.
Your prescription will be ready 2 working days later.
If ordering your prescription on a Friday or Saturday your prescription will not be ready to collect until Tuesday after 2.00pm.
University and College Students - IF YOU ARE ILL
During the time you spend at college or university you may experience an episode of illness. This may impact on your ability to attend lectures, exams, tutorials or completing some of your course work. We can only help with significant illness. Short duration or self-limiting conditions such as colds, flu, headaches, diarrhoea and vomiting do not need a doctors letter, and we will not issue one. Sick lines for work (known as form Med 3) are only applicable for illnesses preventing employment and Statutory sick pay purposes, and are not meant to cover illness in students.