We are still here for all our patients - we are not closed. All appointments are via telephone triage initially and any that need a follow-up appointment will be either by video link or in person but only if no Covid-19 symptoms are present. If you feel your condition needs a review, please contact us

The Covid-19 link on the right of this page contains some very useful information - please review this list before contacting the Practice with a Covid-19 query.

Face mask/scarf - All patients who are invited in for a face to face consultation are asked to wear a face covering. This can be a face mask or homemade scarf. This is for the protection of the staff who will wear a mask for the protection of you.

Latest News

Reduced Service - Thu 7 July 2022

The Practice is getting a new back-up computer system on Thursday 7 Jul 2022. This means we will have no access to patient clinical records. We expect this to last all morning. We will not be able to deal with routine appointments during this period.
Please call back after 1pm to arrange any routine appointments.
If you have an urgent or emergency issue, please continue to call us. An urgent or emergency situation is one that may require hospital admission

Child Fevers

Child Mental Health - Patient and Carer Workshops

Fife CAHMS - Patient and Carer Workshops

NHS Fife Podiatry - during Covid

Please see the link Patient Information on the right

Positive You service

Please see the link under Further Information on the right of this page for details of this service

Text Messaging

We hope to have a text messaging service set up soon. If you would like more information and to register for this service. Please select the link on the right of this page.

Covid-19 - Please see our Covid-19 patient information page (under further information) for the latest on Covid-19

Optometry - Emergency eye provision

If you have concerns about your eye(s) or vision you should phone your normal optometry practice as a first step (link to  If it does not offer telephone support (or if calls are not transferred to another practice) then phone the closest local practice that does. You will then be given further help and advice from an optometrist. If it is then decided that an emergency appointment is required, then this will be arranged for you. This will normally be at an optometry practice but, only if absolutely necessary, hospital consultations can also be organised. 

 As from 7th April emergency eye appointments in the community are only available from a limited number of practices. These have the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required to reduce the infection risk for both patients and practitioner'

The link will be updated regularly so that patients will be able to access the optometrist that are available

Nurse Practitioners - What can they do for you?

Many patients do not realise we have a highly trained group of nurse practitioners at the Practice. They are specialist nurses with advanced training who can prescribe and refer to hospital with GP approval. If you have any of the following medical problems, please ask for an appointment with one of our Nurse Practitioners and not a GP. By freeing up a GP appointment, you are allowing someone with a significant complex problem to be seen:

Coughs and colds

Sore Throats/Ears

High Temperature

Abdominal Pain

Diarrhoea  and Vomiting

Urinary Tract Infection

Musculoskeletal Injury/Pain

Skin problems/rash/infection

Sticky/Red eyes

Mental Health - Helping Yourself

Please see the helpful guidance on managing mild mental heath issues contained on this website Access Therapies Fife

Welcome to Lomond Practice

With patient’s needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.

Keep and eye on the patient information link (right of page) for helpful information for patients managing their own health

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