Murrayfield Medical Centre
Murrayfield Medical Centre
0131 337 2166
0131 313 5059


During the current Coronavirus outbreak, we have revised our ways of working in order to keep our patients and staff safe. 

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. If you would usually make an appointment to see your GP for your prescription (for example: anti-depressants, contraception, HRT, pain relief), then please request a telephone consultation with your usual GP. You should order repeat prescriptions online, and they will be sent to your preferred local pharmacy for collection. 

More information relating to COVID-19 is available online at

COVID-19 Vaccinations

We have received an initial supply of the COVID-19 vaccine and, in accordance with Scottish Government guidelines, will offer vaccinations to patients over 80 years of age. If you are in this age group, please do not get in touch to request an appointment, we will contact you by telephone. 

Further updates will be added here when they become available, or please check the website of NHS Inform at:


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 post your comments in our Suggestions box at Reception, or to send them to us by using this (note we do not give medical advice by email)


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

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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