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When the Health Centre is closed

If you require medical assistance when the Health Centre is closed, please dial 111 and you will be connected to NHS24 and the Fife Primary Care Emergency Service.

Welcome to Loch Leven Health Centre

Loch Leven Health Centre is home to two GP practices, Orwell Medical practice and St Serf's Medical practice, and a large team of allied healthcare professionals.  Together we provide primary care medical services to the people of Kinross-shire.  We hope that you will find the information about our services useful.  Quick links to our on-line services are at the foot of this page. 


News - August 2015 

Be SunSmart

Whatever your age, the best way to enjoy the sun safely and protect your skin from sunburn is to use a combination of shade, clothing and sunscreen. Children and teenagers might need a reminder or a helping hand, but setting a good example yourself is a great way to help them learn and get into good habits.

When the sun is strong or you’re at risk of burning:

  • Spend time in the shade between 11am and 3pm.
  • Cover up with a t-shirt, hat and sunglasses.
  • Use a sunscreen with a protection level of at least SPF15 and 4 stars. Use it generously and reapply regularly.

Shade:  One of the best ways to protect your skin from the harmful effects of the sun's UV rays is to spend some time in the shade.

Covering up:  When there's no shade around, the best way to protect your skin from the sun is with loose clothing, a wide-brimmed hat and good quality sunglasses.

Sunscreen: Sunscreens will not protect us completely from sun damage on their own.  However, they can be useful for protecting the parts of the skin we can't shade or cover.  This is why we recommend using sunscreens together with shade or clothing to avoid getting too much UV exposure.  More information is available on the Cancer Research website.

 

Compliments and Complaints

We are always keen to hear from patients about the services that we provide.  It is gratifying to hear when things go well, but we accept that sometimes we could improve.  We therefore encourage comments or suggestions which will enable us to identify problems and correct them.  Complaints, concerns or comments can be discussed with any clinician or member of staff at the Health Centre or they can be sent in writing to the practice manager.  Further information is available in the Policies section of the website.  

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