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Welcome to the Dalhousie Medical Practice website. We hope you will benefit from a user friendly layout and information about our healthcare services. You can also find out when we are open and what to do when we are not, all from the comfort of your own home.

Serving over 8,300 patients, Our team are dedicated to your continued good health and approach your care with professionalism.

The practice normally agrees to accept all patients requesting to join its list. We do not discriminate on grounds of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, appearance, social class, religion, disability or medical condition.

New Patients Welcome - we are open to, and welcome, new patients who live within our practice area. 

To register, please request a registration form via our Practice Team at 0131-3703999 or via email at Please see our New Patients section of this website for further information. 

Flu Vaccinations 2020

This year, more than ever, it is important to get the flu vaccine.

We continue to offer appointments for our patients aged 65 years and over, and patients under 65 years with an eligible health condition. You should have received already received a letter inviting you to get the flu vaccine. Please contact us at 0131-3703999 to book your appointment.

If you are aged 60-64 you are also now eligible for the flu vaccine and can either book into an appointment at the surgery by calling 0131 370 3999 or you can attend one of the drop in centres as follows:

Drop in Flu clinics for ages 60 to 64

Where : Dalkeith Welfare Hall (next to Dalkeith Medical practice )

When : 12/12/20 0900 to 1700, 14/12/20 1800 to 2000, 15/12/20 1800 to 2000

B12 Injections

B12 injections for our patients are delivered by the Treatment Room Nursing team at Bonnyrigg Health Centre. If you require a B12 injection, please contact the Bonnyrigg Health Centre Community Desk at 0131-5379945 to arrange an appointment with the Treatment Room team. 

Seeing your GP - Important Notice

To prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, Dalhousie Medical Practice has needed to reduce the number of patients entering our building and has had to limit face to face access to the practice. 

However, we still want you to contact us by telephone if you need to speak to a GP and are worried about your health. We are always there for you. To hear about how our service has changed and how you might be able to treat yourself at home using the NHS Inform self help guides, please take a moment to listen to this short video about access your GP during this time

Thank you from the team at Dalhousie Medical Practice.

Access to Bonnyrigg Health Centre during COVID

Dalhousie Medical Practice is not accepting walk-in access and we ask that you telephone us if you need to access our services. Please do not come to the surgery unless you have a booked appointment.

If you have spoken to a GP or nurse and have been given an appointment, please phone the practice when you arrive at the designated entry point. A member of staff from our Practice will let you into the building. Please come alone where possible.

Prescriptions should be ordered by email to  Include your forename and surname, date of birth, the full name of the medication you require, plus your preferred pharmacy where your prescription will be sent to. If you do not nominate a local pharmacy we will send it to Lloyds Pharmacy on Bonnyrigg High Street.

We urge you to follow these guidelines for the safety of our community.

The health centre was completed in May 2005 and is fully compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act. It is a two-storey building with a lift, widened doorways, automatic front doors and disabled toilets.

Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

If you have symptoms associated with the Coronavirus, please contact NHS 24 by telephoning 111.

For the latest and most up to date guidance and advice on COVID-19, please visit the NHS Inform website

Minor Ailment Service

Please be aware that the community pharmacy Minor Ailment Service has now been extended to allow anyone registered with a GP practice, who has a minor illness or a common condition, to speak to a member of the pharmacy team for advice and treatment without the need to see a GP. To understand more about minor ailments.

Self Certifying and Sick Certificates

If you need advice about sick certificates and self certifying, please visit Gov.UK

One Click Away

You can now access a number of services online. Ordering a repeat prescription or sending us your comments are both just a click away. And if you are not yet registered with us you can download the necessary forms here too.

We also have a text reminder service. If you wish us to send text reminders, or invite you in for screening (e.g. seasonal flu vaccination) please tell a member of the reception team and provide us with your mobile phone number to take advantage of this service.  You can opt out of this service at any time. 


(Site updated 18/05/2021)
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