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Cairntoul Practice9 Cairntoul DriveGlasgow, G14 0XTTel: 0141 959 5519
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The practice is closed daily between 12pm - 2pm for staff training.
Monday to Friday 8.30am - 6pm, and Thursday 8.30 - 12pm. Out with these hours please telephone NHS 24 on 111.
The surgery closes for staff training between 12pm - 2pm.
A receptionist at the emergency call centre will answer your call and either:
Transport to and from the centre is available if you cannot arrange this yourself. Please take a leaflet for further details from reception. Out of hours cover is now the responsibility of GGNHSB. In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.