Townhead Medical Practice

    Links Health Centre, Frank Wood Way, Montrose, DD10 8TY

    Telephone: 01674 676 161
    Out of hours: 111


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    For latest information and advice on the coronavirus please go to the NHS Inform website.

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    Coronavirus: Service Updates




    Until further notice, if you require an appointment or advice, you should contact the practice.


    If you require a repeat prescription, please order this online, if you have not registered, please see the instructions on our online services page, your registration will be processed immediately.

    Self Isolation and Work:

    If you require a self certificate from work these can be accessed from DWP website (search for SC2 – statement of sickness).   Please click here for further information on benefits during coronavirus including isolation notes.

    The practice will not issue sick lines to cover COVID self isolation.

    Practice News

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    Welcome to Townhead Medical Practice

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    Get Well, Keep Well

    Of course we’re not just here for when you are unwell. Our team of healthcare professionals and back-up staff offer a number of clinics and services to promote good health and wellbeing whatever your medical condition.

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