Williamwood Medical Centre
85 Seres Road,
Tel: 0141 620 0333
Fax: 0141 638 8827
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
We are changing our prescription system to EMIS Access which will allow you to order repeat prescriptions and book and cancel appointments online. To register for this service you need a form which can be obtained from the practice. Once you have your form from the practice, please go to https://app.patientaccess.com/registration/create.
If you already have your username and password you can login using the icon below.
8.00am - 1.00pm / 2.00 - 6.00pm - Monday to Friday
We offer evening surgeries on a Monday and Thursday from 6.00pm - 7.00pm. We also offer early morning surgery on Tuesdays from 06.50 - 8.00am. Consultation times for individual doctors are available on request.
Out Of Hours
Emergency cover in Glasgow is provided by GEMS (Glasgow Emergency Medical Service). In an emergency outwith surgery hours, please telephone 620 0333. An answering machine will tell you how to contact the out of hours service. This will normally be the NHS 24 number - 111. The website of NHS 24 is www.nhs24.com and this can be accessed for more information.
Our local GEMS centre is in the Victoria Infirmary, below the Casualty Department. If you require medical attention, you will usually be asked to attend the centre. Free transport will be arranged if necessary. Housecalls will still be available for the housebound or seriously ill.
Please bear in mind that all emergency cover is designed to deal with medical conditions that are too serious to wait until the next working day. We offer urgent appointments every day at the surgery, and would much rather see you ourselves, during the working day, where possible.
Dr Lesley N M Mackintosh
Dr Nigel F Pexton
Dr Naushad Ali
Dr Michael J Irvine
Dr Martina Macfarlane
Our aim is to provide high quality healthcare in a friendly, caring environment.
We have added selected videos from the NHS Website to our useful medical information page.
Williamwood is a training practice, which means that doctors who are training to become general practitioners are attached to our practice for a period of six or twelve months at a time. You can make an appointment to see one of the trainees in exactly the same way as you do for any of the other doctors or nurses. Their work is closely supervised by the GPs in the practice at all times.
The surgery is a single-storey building with level access from both the car park and the road.