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.

If you have questions regarding the COVID19 vaccination programme, please visit for information.

Tay Court Surgery will not be able to provide you with evidence of your COVID vaccination status. If you wish to have a record of your COVID vaccinations please read the following document How to view your COVID19 vaccinations.


Catherine Houston

RGN, Nursing Team Leader

Olive Neave

RGN, Respiratory Nurse

Caitlin Stoves


Jane Thomson


Mark Gourlay


Our practice nurses are available daily by appointment and are committed to providing the highest standard of nursing care. The treatment room is manned by our practice nurses and also, in the mornings, by our highly-trained and competent healthcare assistant who will take your blood for analysis. The nurses work in close association with the GPs and can help and advise on a range of issues such as immunisations, cervical smear tests, blood pressure checks, removal of sutures, diets etc. They also hold regular clinics for Asthma, COPD, CHD, Minor Surgery and Diabetes.

Healthcare Assistants

Clare Dow
Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
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