Practice Closures: 

1300 - 1400 Every Weekday

Friday 10th April 2020

Friday 25th December 2020

Monday 28th December 2020

Friday 1st January 2020

Monday 4th January 2021

Apologies for any inconvenience caused. 

The Practice will be open 

Friday 8th May 2020

Monday 3rd August 2020

Friday 16th October 2020



If you wish to call regarding results - please call after 2pm.  Many thanks

Repeat Medication 

Whenever possible, please order online using the prescriptions tab on this website, or hand in or post your repeat prescription slip. 

Please allow at least 3 working days from ordering to collecting your medication.


Loch Ness & Strathnairn Medical Practice is proud to be and accredited teaching Practice

We are delighted to have Medical students, Junior Doctors, and Registrars, working alongside the GP’s in the Practice.

If you do not wish to be seen by a trainee or have one present during a consultation, please inform the Reception staff.   Many thanks. 




Face Coverings

From Monday 22 June, The Scottish Government made face coverings mandatory on all public transport in Scotland.  From Friday 10 July, face coverings are mandatory in shops or businesses, visits to a care home for the elderly, visits to adults in hospitals as an outpatient and GP surgeries or pharmacies where it is not always possible to main a 2 metre distance from other people.

 Although it will not be mandatory for patients to wear a face covering while attending the practice, you can do so if you wish. The practice will not be providing masks/face coverings. We have a 2m distance policy in place and ask that whilst attending the practice, you strictly stick to this.


It is important to recognise that not everyone can wear a face covering.

People are exempt if:


  • They have a disability or health condition that means they cannot put a covering on.
  • A covering will cause them severe distress
  • They need to communicate with someone who relies on lip reading
  • They need to eat, drink or take medicine


There is no requirement to obtain evidence in the form of a letter from a doctor or government that you are exempt.

If you have a condition which means you cannot wear a face covering you need only advise if asked, that you cannot wear a face covering because you are exempt for one of the reasons listed above.

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