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Are you in Year 13 or starting Uni this year? - If yes, you may need the new Meningitis vaccination that protects you against Meningitis and Septicaemia.  Please make an appointment with our Practice Nurse to get yours NOW

Welcome to the Ailsa Craig Medical Practice

With this website we aim to help you find all the information you need at the click of a mouse. You can order repeat prescriptions online, download registration forms, cancel existing appointments, change the contact details we hold for you and much more.

There is a wealth of information about medical conditions and diseases in our patient information leaflets as well as all the latest practice news and developments. You can also allow us to collect travel information by using the Travel Form.

We are always looking to improve our services so please fill in our patient survey or leave some feedback on our contact page. We hope that with your help and co-operation we will be able to make this website a better place for all your online needs.

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Each Friday at Ailsa Craig we have a staff 'dress down' day where we ditch our uniforms and donate money to charity. The charity of the month for June was Francis House. Francis House provides care for children and young adults with life threatening conditions. They also provide support and friendship for the whole family. If you wish to speak to anyone from Francis House there contact number is: 0161 434 4118 or you can follow them on Facebook & Twitter.



Bowel cancer screening can save lives. If bowel cancer is found early, it is easier to treat. Screening may also pick up non-cancerous growths (polyps), which could become cancerous in the future.

Bowel cancer is treatable and curable, especially if it’s diagnosed early. Nearly everyone diagnosed at the earliest stage will survive bowel cancer. Taking part in bowel cancer screening is the best way to get diagnosed early.

Bowel cancer screening programmes in England, Wales and Northern Ireland invite people over the age of 60 to take part in screening. In Scotland, screening starts from age 50. We do not provide bowel cancer screening test kits or accept completed kits.

If you have a high risk of getting bowel cancer, you may have tests at a younger age.

Speak to your GP if you have any symptoms of a bowel problem or if you are worried about bowel cancer.

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