The Premises


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The building

The Bruntsfield Medical Practice front entrance

The Medical Centre was purpose built in 1980, and a major refurbishment of the premises was done in 2001. The Centre houses a number of community services including health visiting, district nursing, and a community psychiatric nurse.

Features of the building include wheel chair access, toilet facilities for the disabled and lift access to the first floor.


Sorry, but the car park is for staff use only. Nearby street parking is available but can be severely restricted by other users in the area, so please arrive in good time to find a parking place. Those with ‘disabled permits’ can park on the single yellow line outside the front door.

For opening times, please visit the Surgery Hours page.

Access to services by the disabled

A wheelchair is available for those with difficulty in walking which can be obtained through the reception staff. An induction loop is available to help the hard of hearing have clearer conversations. This can also be provided for individual consulting rooms when necessary. Please feel free to ask the receptionist for any help that you may require. The reception desk can also be adjusted to allow your ease of use.

Other access issues

Prams and Bicycles
Prams and bicycles may be left in the outer foyer of the main entrance to the Practice at your own risk. A metal wall bar is available for securing bicycles, however patients should provide their own chains/locks.

All dogs, with the exception of guide dogs, should be left outside the building. There are metal eyes available to secure a leash if required either side of the main sliding door.

Smoking & food

The building is a non-smoking building and we request that this be honoured. We would also request that patients do not eat or drink whilst waiting for their appointments. A cup of water may obtained from reception on request.