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Advice for Parents of School-aged Children
Advice for parents and carers on managing the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on their
child’s learning and family life is now available. Following school closures, a new hub of
information has been created on parentclub.scot covering health information, advice on how
to talk about Coronavirus (COVID-19) and ideas on helping children through this time. In
addition; councils and head teachers can also advise parents and carers on the continued
provision of education and childcare for key workers.
Lincluden Medical Centre
Hello, and welcome to the Lincluden Medical Centre website.
The practice provides a wide range of medical services. We hope this website is helpful in explaining the services we offer, and how to utilise our services most effectively. We ask patients to take a moment to read our pages on making an appointment, and ordering repeat prescriptions, in particular.
Appointments and prescriptions can now be arranged online, and we hope patients will make use of this efficient and convenient development.
Our practice team is here to provide all patients with a professional and caring healthcare experience in friendly and personal surroundings. With discretion and confidentiality guaranteed your welfare is safe, secure and in good hands.
Our premises has suitable access for disabled persons and patient parking is also available.
Where we cover
Generally we cover the Towns of Uddingston and Bothwell. The general postcodes covered are G71 5, G71 6, G71 7 and G71 8. The map below will give a good idea of the area covered however please do call and ask as, due to the vagaries of area boundaries, there are some areas of G71 & that we are unable to cover as they are within Greater Glasgow Health Board.
Sign Up for online services
Click here to sign up for the online services
(Site updated 18/05/2020)