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Craigshill Good Neighbourhood Network ( posted on Jun 14, 2018 )


Disco through the decades


22nd June 2018

CGNN Centre

1:30pm – 3:30 pm





Events will form part of The Great Get Together to mark the memory of Jo Cox MP.


To mark the occasion, CGNN will be holding a Disco.


Join Craigshill Good Neighbourhood Network for an afternoon of fun, laughter and music through the decades.  Tea, coffee and a buffet will be provided.


Music will be provided by in-house DJs.

Dress to impress!

Please confirm by calling 01506 442093 


Touch Screen Check In ( posted on Apr 30, 2018 )


We are in the process of installing a touch screen check in system.  This is a very simple way of telling us when you have arrived in the practice for an appointment with the GP or Nurse.  This should be in the practice by mid May 2018.


The touch screen will be set in various languages and available as you enter the practice.

You can still check in at the front desk too if you prefer to do so.

Introducing the Lothian Eye Network ( posted on Mar 13, 2018 )


For eye problems -  Look no further than your local optometrist


For any eye problem your first port of call should be an optometrist. An optometrist is the best person to assess urgent eye problems, check for eye disorders and treat eye conditions. They have the professional training and necessary equipment to assess most eye problems and will refer you to see a specialist when necessary.


All appointments are NHS funded.


If you already have your own optometrist you should contact them in the first instance as having previous clinical records is very useful.


If you do not already have an optometrist there is a list of those in the local area available at reception and on our website under ‘useful forms / Info Leaflets’. Please contact them and they will arrange to see you. You can also choose to visit any optometrist providing NHS services for treatment.


Please note that when you contact the optometrist of your choice their staff will assess your symptoms and offer you an appropriate appointment. The time you will have to wait will depend on the severity and duration of your symptoms. Emergency problems will be seen quickly. If your problem is urgent and they cannot manage to see you they will find someone who can.


After the appointment they may send you to a local pharmacy or request a prescription from your GP for appropriate medication or, if necessary, refer you to a hospital specialist. A report will be sent to your GP so they have a complete record.

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