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We would like to advise our patients of the situation this year with FLU VACCINATIONS.


All our vaccinations are being supplied in batches and we are unlikely to have the numbers we need until the end of October. Because of this we have been unable to fix a date for our flu clinic, but we expect it to be early in November.


For this reason you will not receive your Flu Invite letter until late October, so we would ask that you did not phone the surgery in the meantime as we will be unable to give you a date for the flu clinic until it becomes clearer when our vaccinations will arrive.


Thank you for your patience.


The Doctors at Grantown Medical Practice


Training Afternoons

We are closed from 1pm on the dates below for Staff Training. Patients requiring medical help should contact NHS 24 on their national number - 111.

Wednesday 14th November 2018


Sexual Health Services

Highland Sexual Health

Highland Sexual Health clinics run throughout Highland and provide: a free, confidential, one-stop service for men and women. The nurses and doctors are specially trained in sexual health and contraception and their aim is to deal with everyone in a friendly, non-judgemental and sensitive way.

 Contraception including Emergency Contraception and Contraceptive Implants 

  • Testing & Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections including HIV 
  • Pregnancy Testing and referral for Termination of Pregnancy 
  • FREE Condoms 
  • Cervical Smear testing 
  • General information and advice regarding sexual health and contraception

We are happy to see people who have symptoms or just want a check-up for sexually transmitted infections. However, please note that most tests are not sensitive enough to pick up an infection as soon as you have caught it, so if you are worried about a particular sexual contact you must wait for at least 10 days after that contact before being tested for infection. 

Women with an unplanned pregnancy who wish advice about considering abortion may seek help from their GP, Highland Sexual Health or may self refer to the Social Gynaecology service (telephone 01463 705667). It is best to seek help as soon as is practical, as we would like to see you within the Social Gynaecology clinic early in your pregnancy - as soon after 6 weeks as is possible.  If you are experiencing delays in discussing your situation it may be best to use the self referral service (01463 705667).

 Clinic Opening Times:

In Inverness clinics run daily within Raigmore Hospital.

Telephone 01463 888300   for further information and an appointment.


In Invergordon there is a clinic each Thursday within the Out-Patient Department of the County Community Hospital.

Telephone 01463 888300 for further information and an appointment.


In Aviemore there is a drop in clinic each Tuesday evening from 4.30 – 6.00pm in the Health Centre, no appointment necessary just call in.

Telephone 01463 888300 or 07929 401489 for further information.


In Fort William there is a clinic each Thursday within the Out-Patient Department in the Belford Hospital.

Telephone 01463 888300 for further information and an appointment.


In Mallaig a monthly clinic runs within the Health Centre.

Telephone 01463 888300 or 01687 462203 for further information and an appointment.


In Wick there is a weekly clinic which runs within the Out-Patient Department of Caithness General Hospital.

Telephone 01463 888300 for further information and an appointment.


In Thurso a clinic runs every two weeks within the Health Centre on Davidson Lane.

Telephone 01463 888300 for further information and an appointment.


Several GP practices within Highland also provide sexual health services; you don’t have to be registered with the practice and can visit them confidentially. These GP’s will advertise this service locally or telephone 01463 704202 for information about services close to you.


Brook Highland is a charity working to promote the sexual health and well-being of all young people under 25, living in Highland, through providing confidential clinical services, information, counselling, education and outreach. 



Updated Nov 2015

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