Patient Services

Welcome to Patient Services. These pages have been set up specifically for our patient's to find information and to request repeat prescriptions. Please note that for security reasons, none of your personal details are stored on our web server.

Patient Services Online (Appointments and Prescriptions)

Online Patient Services for appointments and prescriptions is run by our clinical service provider. If you have registered for this service, you may access it at www.patient-services.co.uk

For more information, and to register for this system, please visit www.maryfieldmedicalcentre.com/online

 

Order your Repeat Prescription

Repeat prescriptions can be ordered by using the tear-off slip attached to your prescription. These can be posted in to the surgery and, if a stamped addressed envelope is enclosed, we will post it back to you. Alternatively, requests for repeat medication can be handed in to the surgery. Due to the volume of requests we receive for repeat prescriptions we do not deal with repeat prescription requests over the telephone. Prescriptions will be ready for collection after 2 working days or can be forwarded to certain chemists for collection after 2 working days. Details of the chemist collection system are available from our receptionists.

To order your repeat prescriptions online, you can sign up for our online services. Please visit www.maryfieldmedicalcentre.com/online. You can also e-mail your prescriptions to prescriptions@maryfieldmedicalcentre.com

 

Your Details

It is important to keep your personal information up-to-date should the surgery or hospital need to contact you. If your details have changed, you can e-mail us to update your records at maryfieldmedicalcentre.tayside@nhs.net.

 

Overseas Visitor Information

Please click here to find information regarding the regulations relating to visitors from overseas visiting Scotland.

 

Information

Patient UK is a website dedicated to providing patient information leaflets. They can also provide video and audio guidance for almost all diseases, conditions, operations and medications.

You can search Patient UK here. This will navigate you away from maryfieldmedicalcentre.com.

 

 

Happy and Healthy in Dundee

Aliss is a database of local services and organisations in Dundee. IT can also tell you about interesting things happening nearby.

You can search the ALISS database here. This will navigate you away from maryfieldmedicalcentre.com.

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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS

During the Coronavirus outbreak, we will not be offering pre-bookable appointments and will be operating a triage system for patients who feel they need to be seen. Our trained Reception team will take some details from you and a clinician will call you back within 4 hours.

PLEASE DO NOT ENTER THE PRACTICE UNLESS YOU HAVE AN APPOINTMENT WHICH HAS BEEN ARRANGED BY A GP.

Repeat Prescriptions: Please do not come to the surgery to collect your prescription. Telephone and speak to reception who can arrange for prescriptions to go to your nominated chemist. Please try to make use of our online repeat prescription service. 

If you have symptoms of Coronavirus please DO NOT come to the surgery.

Phone Maryfield Medical Centre on 01382 462292 or the NHS24 helpline on 0800 028 2816 for advice.

 

You can find up to date information on Coronovirus on www.nhsinform.scot website

Online Patient Services - To ensure patient safety during the Coronavirus outbreak, we have temporarily suspended online appointment booking. If you wish to be seen by a healthcare professional please call the practice on 01382 462292.

Be aware of Scamming activity related to the Coronavirus outbreak. In order to keep yourself safe from this please be aware of the following –

 We will not telephone you regarding Coronavirus unless you have called the practice first

 We will never ask for your financial details or passwords as part of any Coronavirus communications

 We will never ask you to ‘verify’, ‘update’ or ‘reactivate’ your account or anything like that

 Do not reply to a text message regarding Coronavirus

If you think you might have responded to a text message and/or provided your personal or financial details, contact your bank immediately

If you think you have received a call or text message related to Coronavirus that you think is fraudulent please refer to the Action Fraud website. [link]

Self Isolation Note
If you need a self isolation note for your employer, there is an online system to do this at https://111.nhs.uk/isolation-note Follow the instructions to have your note e-mailed to you.