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Aboyne Health CentreBellwood Road,Aboyne, AB34 5HQTel: 0345 3379955 (all calls are recorded)
Click here to use the guide to find out what to do if you have developed any symptoms and are worried about coronavirus.
Please DO NOT attend the surgery. If the guide recommends for you to contact the surgery, please stay at home and phone us on 0345 337 9955.
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We are recognised as a training practice to teach doctors the skills of general practice. These doctors are fully qualified and have worked in hospitals for between two and three years and are attached to the practice for between 6 months and one year. As part of the training we occasionally video consultations. You will always be asked for your consent before this is done and you will be able to withdraw your consent at the end of the consultation if you change your mind.
The practice frequently undertakes teaching of 4th and 5th year medical students and nursing students from the University of Aberdeen. You will always be advised if there is a student sitting in on consultations and asked for your consent in advance.
Kerry Donaldson is responsible for the business and administrative side of the practice. She is in daily contact with the Doctors and staff along with other healthcare professionals. If you have any queries or suggestions about the Practice you should contact her
Our staff are here to help everyone – doctors and patients. All information given is confidential. They have a difficult job to do – please be courteous to them at all times.
The Midwives undertake Ante-natal clinics in Aboyne Hospital. For enquiries, appointments and information please phone 013398 87821.
Jill Strathdee, provide nursing care and support where needed with help from Irene McCallum, Sylvia Johnston, Shona Coutts, Helen Gessler, Eilidh Stables, Kathy Grant and Alanna Argo. To contact them please phone 013398 87828
Karen Grant, Anne Silcock and Trina Higgins – Health Visitors (HV’s) are experienced nurses and midwives with a specialist qualification in Public Health Nursing. HV’s work with parents and carers as part of the Primary Care Team to provide high quality health care for infants and children.
To contact the Health Visiting Team call 013398 87827
Physiotherapy –NHS Grampian run a musculoskeletal out-patient service at Aboyne. If you wish to self refer you can NHS 24 Musculoskeletal advice and triage service on 0800 917 9390. If you need to cancel or re-arrange an appointment please contact the appointment line on 01779 482458.
First Contact Physiotherapy – This service is a available on Tuesday and Thursday. To enquire about or book an appointment please contact the Practice on 0345 337 9955.
Optician – David Corry holds clinics in Aboyne Hospital. For all enquiries and appointments telephone 01224 631633.