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As of Monday 20th June 2016, we are operating a telephone triage system whereby you can speak directly to a doctor when calling the Practice.  If you telephone 01555 665522 between 08:30 and 10:30 and 14:30 and 16:30 and select OPTION 6 your call will be directed to one of the doctors on duty.


The doctor on duty will ask for clinical details and then agree the most appropriate care with you.  If your problem can be dealt with during the phone call, for example issuing a certificate regarding Fitness to Work, then it shall be.If a face to face consultation is required then it will be arranged.


Please try to avoid coming to the Practice to make an appointment during our opening hours.  You should, instead, phone as outlined above.


This system has proven to be successful in other practices of a similar size that have also faced access issues.


There are no changes to making an appointment with the Practice Nurse.

Appointments for the Treatment Room and for blood tests are now made by calling Lanark Health Centre on 01555 667150 from 8.30am.

Please click on the "Letter from GPs"option on the left hand side menu to view.

 We are now on Facebook -  'Woodstock Medical Centre'

Community Nurses

The District Nursing Team is responsible for the assessment and nursing care of patients within their own homes. The District Staff facilitate early discharge from hospital by providing a high level of personal service according to individual needs. They also contribute to the community care of the chronic sick, terminally ill, elderly and housebound in the community.
Monica Bone Team Leader

Joyce Lynn Nursing Sister

Christine Lindsay Community Staff Nurse 

Jacqueline Smith Community Staff Nurse

Eileen McVittie Community Staff Nurse

Carol Wood Community Staff Nurse

Audrey Telfer Community Staff Nurse 

Patricia Grant Clinical Support Worker


Health Visitors

The health visitors are qualified nurses with additional training in community health care. They are particularly skilled in seeking out and identifying health needs and work closely with all members of the Practice Team (GPs, Practice Nurses, District Nurses etc) to promote individual, family and public health. The health visitor works with all age groups, however, the majority of patients are families with pre-school children and the elderly.

Marion Leitch RGN SCM RHV F/P (Cert) (Public Health Nurse)

Hazel Verhamme RGN BSc RSCN RHV F/P (Cert) (Public Health Nurse)
Gayle Clews 1st SNNB (Public Health Nurse)
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