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Health CentreMain StreetStevenston, KA20 3ABTel: 01294 464413
We are closed on the following Public Holidays:
Monday 2nd May 2022
IF YOU REQUIRE A DOCTOR IN AN EMERGENCY WHEN WE ARE CLOSED
PLEASE TELEPHONE 111
We now offer early morning appointments on a Tuesday and Thursday for those patients who are unable to attend during the above hours.
Please ask the Receptionist for more information about this new service.
Out of hours service is covered by
Ayrshire Urgent Care Service. (AUCS)
Consultations can be arranged by ringing
This is an important telephone number to be used only when the surgery is closed, for problems which cannot wait until the practice reopens.
Please keep it in a safe place for easy reference or you may wish to access online information— www.nhs24.com
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.