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Dear Patients

It has been my pleasure to serve the patients at Hillbank Health Centre for the past 32 yrs as a family GP.  I have had the privilege of meeting many people and developing lifelong friendships with may patients and believe now is the time for me to retire.

The doctors have been trying very hard to secure the services of a replacement doctor however due to the current lack of GP's they have so far been unsuccessful.

My retirement date is 24th December 2018.

With Best Wishes,

Dr David Proudfoot MBChB

Ordering your prescription on-line has now become easier and safer!  please see the online services link above and download a registration form now to get started.  You can still order on our website as before but this will be phased out.

Should I see the Doctor or Nurse Practitioner?  Nurse Practitioners are highly trained specialist nurses who have completed further education and training so that they can provide advanced nursing care and prescribe medication.  They can provide treatment and advice for many of the problems that traditionally you saw your Dr about in the past.  If you are unsure if they can deal with your problem please ask at Reception.

inhaler2 Asthma Clinic

These clinics are provided by our practice nurses who are trained in chronic disease management. Your doctor will refer you to these clinics. 

Contact the surgery for appointment availability.

baby_StethoscopeBaby Immunisations

If your child is over 2 months old and you have not received an appointment to attend this clinic please contact the surgery.

Mothers & Baby's

There will be someone to look after your baby if necessary while you see the Doctor.  Please ask at Reception.  Babies and toddlers should never be left unattended at any time in the Surgery.

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Clinic

These clinics are provided by our practice nurses who are highly trained in chronic respiratory disease management. Your doctor will refer you to these clinics when appropriate.

Contact the surgery for appointment availability.

Diabetic Clinic 

Routine checks are made by our practice nurses trained in the management of this condition.

Contact the surgery for appointment availability.

pregant_belly Midwife Clinic

  • Friday - 9am - 12.15pm - appointment only -
  • Booking Clinic Thursday 9am -11am

This clinic is undertaken by a Midwife from Ninewells Hospital.


Women's Health Clinic / Cervical Smears

Sessions are held at various times through the week. It is recommended that most female patients between the ages of 20 and 60 have a regular cervical smear. If you are not sure when you should have a test please check with our reception staff. Information and advice is also available on other issues e.g. HRT and breast check education.

Health Promotion Clinic

This clinic is provided by our Practice Nurse and further patient information is available from the Main Reception Desk.


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