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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 - April 2014

April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month 

Scotland fares the worst in the UK for bowel cancer with the highest incidence and highest mortality rate.  This means that more people develop and die from bowel cancer in Scotland than elsewhere in the UK.  Bowel cancer is the third most common cancer in Scotland after lung and breast cancer.  Every year, almost 4,000 people are diagnosed with the disease and 95% of the cases occur in those who are over 50. 

The Scottish Bowel Cancer Screening programme aims to detect bowel cancer at an early stage when there are potentially more treatment options and a better chance of treatment being effective. People between the ages of 50 and 74 are invited for screening every 2 years, but only about half of those sent a testing kit actually complete and return it. The home screening test is the best way to find bowel cancer early.  The screening test can spot hidden blood which can often be a sign of bowel cancer – blood you and your doctor wouldn’t even know was there. 

We would like to encourage everyone who is sent the home screening test to complete it.  We know it is all a bit embarrassing, but it is well worth just getting on and doing it.  It can be completed at home in privacy and then popped in the post.  This is perfectly safe and it is free to post the test to the Scottish Bowel Screening Centre laboratory. 

If you would like more information, there are lots of leaflets in the Health Centre and you can ask your GP or nurse for advice.  Information can also be found on the following websites:-

There is also a Freephone Patient Helpline Number for Bowel Screening : 0800 0121 833


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. 


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Health Centre Closure:

The Health Centre will be closed for Easter on the following days:

Friday 18th April 2014

Monday 21st April 2014 

In the event of a medical emergency phone

01577 865252

 and you will be connected to NHS24 and the Tayside Primary Care Emergency Service.

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