Covid-19 Updates

We have had to change the way we work to keep everyone safe

The Government has released new infection control guidance. From Monday 13th December we have to screen every patient who will be attending the health centre with a 9 point questionnaire and we will have to introduce stricter infection control measures. This may mean that phone lines are busier than usual, however we remain open and we will continue to ensure you receive the appropriate medical care.

Please attend your appointment on your own where possible.


Please note, as the risk of COVID-19 is still at a substantial risk, we ask all patients to wear face coverings and  observe social distancing when in the surgery.

Vaccination Passport/status certificate

Please do not contact the practice to ask for a Covid vaccination passport or status certificate – we are not able to provide any standard document. NHS Inform have launched a Get a record of your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination status” servicePlease see NHSInform for further information

Isolation Notes

  • Isolation Notes are available online from NHS 111, if you are self-isolating and need a note for your employer.

  • Visit NHS Inform for the latest guidance on coronavirus COVID-19, including symptom checker, self-care and social distancing
  • If you have severe covid-19 symptoms and need further advice call NHS 24 on 111

Thank you for your cooperation during this pandemic.

Practice Update

We have all had to learn to live and work differently during the COVID 19 Pandemic. We thank all our patients for their understanding and support during this time. We have had to learn and do the majority of our work over the telephone and using email to help deliver primary medical care to our patients. This has resulted in lengthy waits to get through to us on the telephone and likewise for us to get back to patients. We are continuing to see patients both at the surgery and visit the housebound as needed.

We will continue to re-assess our service and make changes for the better. We welcome feedback but please provide this via post or email.

Prescribing Information Leaflet

 Prescribing of Diazepam for fear of flying

Doune Health Centre has taken the decision not to prescribe Diazepam when there is a fear of flying. 

Please see the information leaflet below for more information. 

Prescribing information for patients who request Diazepam for fear of flying

We are happy to receive requests for prescriptions via our Practice email:


 Please see 'quick links' for our latest news letter for more information on the practice. 


Doune Health Centre

Our aim is to care for all your health needs and we hope this website will help you access the services you require. 

Doune Health Centre comprises the main surgery in Springbank Road, Doune and a branch surgery at Thornhill Clinic in Thornhill.

The doctors and nurses offer a wide range of clinics and services to all our patients and we have suitable access for disabled persons including a hearing loop system in place at the reception desk.  







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