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Skerryvore PracticeThe BalfourForeland RoadKirkwall, KW15 1NZTel: 01856 888240
If you would like to register with the Practice please ask at the Reception Desk or download a Registration Form and return to the Practice. We ask to see photographic identification for all registrations.
Please the attached letter which give details of services you can access during Covid 19 pandemic Letter To PatientsPlease download our Practice Leaflet for further information about the Practice.
Our practice area covers Kirkwall and the parishes of St Ola, Orphir, Tankerness, Toab, Deerness, Holm, Firth and parts of Stenness and Rendall.
We are pleased to accept patients from these areas onto our list.
Our local Health Board is NHS Orkney and the Primary Care Department can be contacted via The Balfour, Kirkwall on Telephone 888 066 (Head of Primary Care Services).
Non-English speaking patients can request assistance from a translator using the Language Line.
Please ask at the Reception if you would like to use this service during your appointments.
If you are ill whilst you are away from home, the Practice can see you as a Temporary Resident.If you feel you need to be seen please contact the Practice to arrange an appointment.
Please note that Temporary Residents must reside within the Practice boundary.