Murrayfield Medical Centre

Murrayfield Medical Centre

0131 337 2166
0131 313 5059
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Email: (please do not use for prescription requests)


If you have symptoms of Coronavirus, you should self-isolate at home; do not visit the GP surgery or a hospital. If you have concerns about your symptoms, call 111 at any time

To speak with us about other health conditions, call the surgery on 0131 337 2166, when we are available from 0800 to 1800, Monday to Friday (but closed on Thursdays 1215-1315). The Receptionists have been instructed by our GPs to ask for a brief description of your symptoms if you wish to make an appointment. This allows the GPs to prioritise, as most consultations are initially carried out over the telephone.

If you or your child have any symptoms of a respiratory illness, including runny nose, sneezing, coughing, sore throat, your consultation will be by telephone. You must not come to the surgery unless specifically asked to do so following the telephone consultation


Welcome to the website for Murrayfield Medical Centre, Edinburgh. We hope you will find the site useful and would value your comments about it and your experiences of the surgery.

You are welcome to send your comments to us by using this but please be aware that we do not give medical advice by email.

SHINGLES vaccination programme 2021:

If you were between the ages of 70 and 79 years on 1st September 2020, you can receive the shingles vaccine this year.

You will receive a letter from us, inviting you for vaccination, if you are eligible. We will also send a short health questionnaire which we ask you to complete and return; we will then contact you to arrange an appointment. If you don't wish to receive the vaccine, there is no need to call the surgery; simply don't return the questionnaire. 

If you believe that you are eligible to receive the Shingles vaccine, but don't receive a letter from us by Wednesday 7th September, please contact us by email at:, or call 0131-337-2166. 

Public Holiday 20th September 2021:

The surgery will be closed on Monday 20th September 2021. Please ensure that you have sufficient supplies of medication over the holiday weekend. We will re-open at 0800 on Tuesday 21st September.


Dr Andrew Wilson
Dr Susie Nickerson
Dr Peter Doyle
Dr Claire Cordwell-Smith
Dr Joanne Preston
Dr Sandie Miller
Dr Fiona Smith

Contact Details

Dr A Wilson and Partners
Murrayfield Medical Centre
35 Saughton Crescent
EH12 5SS

phone: 0131 337 2166
fax:       0131 313 5059

Out of Hours
Opening Hours

Monday to Friday
8am to 6pm

Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays

We close for training from 12.15 to 1.15 every Thursday

Getting the Right Care in the Right Place:

Before contacting us to make an appointment, please consider whether another Health Professional may be able to help. Follow the link for more information.

Minor Injury Assessment:
If you are aged 12 years and over and have a minor injury which is less than 14 days old (for example: suspected broken bones, sprains, wounds, burns, bites and stings, eye injuries), you should call NHS24 on 111 to arrange a confidential discussion with a Nurse Practitioner, who will assess your injury and provide advice. This will take place by video call but, if you do not have video technology, you will be given an appointment to attend the Minor Injuries Service. 


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