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Whiteinch Medical Practice1215 Dumbarton RoadGlasgow, G14 9UTTel: 0141 739 2556
If you have been identified and considered to be at extremely high risk of severe illness with COVID-19 and received a letter from Dr Calderwood it has been suggested that you take a look at the following link for further advice and information
Dr Khan is the Principal GP at the Practice. Having worked in Accident & Emergency medicine since 2005, Dr Khan then choose to become a GP and in 2016. She is a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
Our practice is a teaching practice. We are fortunate to have medical students attached to our practice for short periods. When booking an appointment you will be informed should students be present - if you do not wish to have the students present during your consultation please inform the receptionist prior to your appointment.
Our district nursing team provide a wide range of services within the community.
Contact telephone numbers can be obtained by calling our reception desk.
District Nursing single point of access: 0141 355 2180