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Please do not book an appointment to attend your GP Practice using the online service if you’ve been to mainland China, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea,Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau within the last month, and have symptoms of cough or fever or shortness of breath within 2 weeks of returning,  or after being in contact with someone with a confirmed case of coronavirus.

Please call the practice and speak to a doctor for advice or diall 111.


New Patients Welcome

New to the area and looking for a GP Practice? We would be delighted to help you.

Fill out our registration forms and come and see us with your identification - we will set you up as a patient at the practice straight away. 

Change in Practice Ownership

As with many other surgeries, Carden has a mixture of salaried GPs, locums and GP Partners who own the business.

The Partners have advised Aberdeen Health and Social Care Partnership (AHSCP) that they wish to end their contract to provide services and have worked with AHSCP to arrange the transfer of ownership of the practice to NHS Grampian where we will be directly managed by ACHSP. This transfer will take place on 5 May 2020

Our services will continue as normal and there is no need for patients to do anything -  our staff remain available to assist with all your primary care needs throughout this change of ownership.

Self Treatment and Local Pharmacy (including when to see your local pharmacy for a UTI)

Not all conditions need a visit to your GP, please click on our Self Treatment Link for information about many common minor ailments. Pharmacist are experts in medicine and your local pharmacy can also help with many minor heath concerns without the need to visit your GP. 

Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) - use the flowchart provided in the link below to check when you should be visiting your pharmacy rather than GP for a UTI/suspected UTI.  

Keeping Antibiotics Working Campaign

The campaign reminds us that a course of antibiotics is not required to treat common winter illnesses such as viral coughs, colds and flu. The video below will direct you to the Know Who To TurnTo website where you have options to select different services. Under Self Help and Pharmacist there is a link to "Coughs, Colds and More" which has brief information about self care, links to NHS Grampian Self Help Guides and the NHSInform and Antibiotic Guardian website. 

Requests for "On the Day"Appointments

All requests for "on the day" appointments are for urgent issues only. These requests are assessed by a doctor to make sure that an appointment is available that day for those of you who have an urgent medical need. All routine appointments are available to book on-line as well as by telephone or in person. To see more information on the reason our appointments are set up this way please click here  .

On Line Services - Choose and Book Your Appointments and Order Repeat Prescriptions On-line 

With our on-line service, you can see all our available GP & Nurse Practitioner appointments and book these on line. As the service is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week- you can do this when and where suits you.

Parents/carers can register children of 12 and under - the service is stopped at age 13 to ensure confidentiality of care for the young person.  

The service also gives you access to details of any repeat prescriptions you have, and lets you order these on-line.

Click here to find out how to register for our On-Line service.

Click the icon below to use the On-Line Service  

Privacy Notice (GDPR)

For information on how we deal with your personal data please click here 

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