NHS Scotland

Whinhill Medical Practice


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We know that things can sometimes be frustrating, but we ask that you act with respect towards all of our team members. We have a zero-tolerance approach to aggressive and abusive behaviour, and you may be asked to leave our premises or reported to the police.

Find Us

Our Surgery

Opening hours

Monday 8am – 6pm

Tuesday 8am – 6pm

Wednesday 8am – 6pm

Thursday 8am – 6pm

Friday 8am – 6pm

Contact Us


20 Whinhill Road
AB11 7XH




0345 3376201

Based in the south of the city centre, the medical centre is situated within modern purpose built accommodation, is open Monday to Friday, 8am-6pm and has designated parking spaces. The service is easily accessible, with all clinical rooms on the ground floor. Language line is also available should an interpreter be required.

Services/staff include: GPs, ANPs Practice nurses, Healthcare support worker, treatment room nurses – all based in the practice.
Visiting services include: midwife, link works, Substance misuse community workers, psychological therapist, district nursing team and Health visitor.

Online consultation with a GP

Contact your doctors online to get advice and treatment by the end of the next working day.

Online consultation


All GP practices are contracted to provide essential services, that is, basic treatment of ill people.

Meet the team

Whinhill Medical Practice is run by a team of highly skilled Healthcare Practitioners.

Recommend us

Recommending our services at Whinhill Medical Practice to family and friends is an important aspect. How likely are you to recommend our service to your friends and family if you need similar care or treatment?

Friends & Family Test

How would you rate your experience with us today? To submit any feedback please click here.

GP practices are the bedrock of our healthcare services. Across Grampian we are working together to deliver the services you need.

Over the last few years GP practices have seen a huge increase in the number of people who need care and support. At the same time is has got harder to recruit new GPs, along with other vital staff.

Practices have changed and now have larger teams made up of many different professionals - for example you may have had an appointment with a highly qualified Advanced Nurse Practitioner or seen a Physiotherapist to help with back pain. These new 'multi-disciplinary' teams are of great value and have helped with the increase in demand - but the demand keeps growing.

We know some of you have real concerns about accessing community services. You might be worried help and support will not be easily available when you need it. The NHS, the health & social care partnerships, and GPs themselves are committed to building on the foundations we have; we need your help to really understand how we can move forward to a brighter future. Thank you for taking the time to fill in this short survey.


If you would like to contact us about this work please email us at: gram.generalpracticevisionprogramme@nhs.scot

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