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Largs Medical Group will be closed from 5.30pm on Thursday 19th September till 8.30am on Tuesday 24th September. If you require medical advice during these times please call NHS24 on 111.

Community Pharmacy may be able to offer you advice for minor ailments. Local Pharmacies will be open their usual hours Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Boots, 42 Main Street, Largs – open 8.30am – 6.15pm

Superdrug, 6B Aitken Street, Largs – open 8.30am – 5.30pm

Halliday Pharmacy, 5 Aitken Street, Largs – open 8.30am – 4pm

Morrison’s Pharmacy, 4 Irvine Road, Largs – open 9am – 6pm


Clinics & Services

We run a range of clinics. For an appointment, or further details, please telephone our Reception 674545.


The Midwives run this clinic. If you are pregnant, you will be given a booking appointment at which the midwife will take more details and carry out some general health checks. She will be able to answer any questions you have as well as provide leaflets and booklets. You will be seen regularly throughout your pregnancy at the practice as well as the hospital of your choice. Our Midwife is also happy to advise you before you are pregnant if you have particular concerns you would like to discuss. The Midwife can be contacted at 01294 601637

Child Health and Immunisation

All new babies are invited for regular check-ups from 8 weeks old. The Health Visitors are able to provide more information and can be contacted at 687525.

Minor Surgery

We have a dedicated Minor Surgery room. We are able to remove small cysts, skin lesions, in-growing toenails, cryotherapy (freezing) of warts, etc. Some of the GPs have been trained to carry out joint injections. Please discuss this with your Doctor who will then arrange for an appointment if appropriate.


This Nurse led clinic offers advice and full diabetic check-ups at least once a year. Most of our patients with diabetes can be cared for by the practice, but a few will still need to attend the hospital for their reviews.


Asthma sufferers will receive advice and support from our Practice Nurses who specialise in asthma care. You should have an appointment at least once a year to check that you are still receiving the best care.


Many of our patients take Warfarin due to a variety of health problems. We are able to monitor this at a dedicated clinic with results available immediately. Home visits can be arranged if you are housebound.

Family Planning

We offer family planning and sexual health advice and have dedicated clinics for insertion and removal of contraceptive implants and intrauterine devices.

Foreign Travel

If you are travelling to an area that may require vaccinations or anti-malarial tablets, please ask at Reception for the Travel Vaccination form. Once you have completed your details and returned the form, we will be able to advise what vaccinations you might need. Please try to organise this several weeks ahead as some vaccinations need two doses and can take some time to work.

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