COVID-19 Due to the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, we ask that all patients who require appointments phone Reception on 01382 228228 and DO NOT attend in person to do so. All requests for appointments will be Triaged by our Reception staff in the first instance.

If you are experiencing coronavirus symptoms you should stay at home and self-isolate for 7 days. Please visit for the up-to-date information. If your symptoms worsen (or last longer than 7 days) then you should call NHS24  on 111 for further advice. Please only phone the Surgery for non-coronavirus queries.

You may be aware that GP Surgeries throughout Tayside have begun offering COVID19 vaccinations. We will be in touch with all of our eligible patients in due course. Please do not phone the Surgery with enquires. If you have questions regarding the COVID19 vaccination programme, please visit for information

Nurse Appointments

At Tay Court Surgery, our nurses are trained to deal with a range of minor illnesses and ailments (see below) and can also provide advice and information on various medical matters.

-Oral contraception- Coils/Implants/Injections- Rashes
-Contraception reviews & advice-Emergency contraception- Shingles
- Sore throat (adults)- Earache (adults)- Sinusitis (adults)
- Impetigo (adults)- Vaginal discharges/pain/rashes- Minor injury
- Eye infection- UTI (women only)- Chest infections
- Chickenpox- Hand, foot & mouth- COPD / Asthma
- Chronic Disease reviews (CHD, Diabetes, Stroke, HF, PAD)- Cervical smears- Wound care
- ECG-Phlebotomy- Hypertension

Nurse appointments are available from 08:00 to 18:00 Monday to Friday and can be booked by contacting reception or via our Patient Services website.

If you have been asked by a GP or nurse to attend the surgery in order to have blood tests done you need to book an appointment in advance. Our healthcare assistant is available in the mornings from Monday to Friday. Please ask one of our receptionists who will be happy to help.

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