Welcome to Glen Mor Surgery
We are a four partner group practice in the West Highland town of Fort William and we have a list of over 5,500 patients who are largely concentrated in the communities of Fort William, Caol and Corpach. We are situated in west end of the Great Glen, close to Ben Nevis and 3 miles from the Aonach Mor Ski Centre.
Our purpose built premises, the Fort William Health Centre which is near the Lochaber High School is shared by all the three town practices as well as District Nurses, Dietitians, Chiropody, Community Dentist, Child Health, Physiotherapy, Community Mental Health Team, Learning Disability, etc.
Physiotherapy / Muscle and joint problems
Most muscle and joint problems get better themselves. For advice and self management click here.
If you feel you need to see a physiotherapist we now have appointments in the Surgery.
Our physiotherapist can be booked directly through the Practice appointments system. She will assess patients without the need for you to see a Doctor first.
Click here for information
Pharmacies can provide information on many conditions and can provide treatment for uncomplicated urinary tract infections and impetigo without prescription.
You can also access emergency contraception, treatment for thrush and minor ailments for children.
Registering for minor ailments at your local pharmacy allows free access to some medication for children.
ACTIVE LIFESTYLES - click in this box
In Fort William we are in the middle of an amazing outdoor environment. At Glen Mor Medical Practice we want to encourage people of all ages and abilities to enjoy nature and exercise.
Simply spending time in nature is good for mental and physical well being.
We all know that physical exercise has benefits again for both mental and physical health.
This link highlights a few opportunities to take more control of your own health by using what we have around us.
To contact us please phone 01397 703773 in the first instance. For appointments call from 8.30am.
Email, which is checked only once a day, is not suitable for clinical enquiries or prescription requests but can be used for administrative requests, feedback or general information requirements.
If you have been asked to send a photograph please make sure it is medium format, not high resolution or very large size (ideally no more than 0.5Mb) and include your name and date of birth and the name of the GP who requested it if known.
IF YOU HAVE PREVIOUSLY EMAILED THE PRACTICE PLEASE NOTE THE PRACTICE EMAIL ADDRESS HAS CHANGED (07/09/20)
Guide to GP services during the coronavirus pandemic
Coronavirus Vaccination Information
COVID VACCINATION PROGRAMME – FORT WILLIAM
Patients who are registered with the following GP Practices:
· Glen Mor Medical Practice
· Tweeddale Medical Practice
· Craig Nevis Medical Practice
who are in JCVI Group 7,8 & 9 - those in the 50 – 64 age groups
(The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) advises the order of priority for the corona virus vaccination)
Will be invited to attend for their second dose
Astrazeneca COVID vaccination:
On 9th & 10th June at Caol Community Centre, Glenkingie Street, Caol, Fort William, PH33 7DS
13th June at Fort William Health Centre, Camaghael,
Fort William, PH33 7AQ
Eligible patients in this JCVI Groups registered with these practices will receive a letter with their scheduled appointment in due course.
Please turn up as close to your appointment time as possible, in order for us to adhere to the social distancing guidance.
Please do not call your surgery to enquire about timescales for these appointments, as your surgery will not have this information. Contact details for any queries will be included in your appointment letter.
For more information about the Coronavirus Vaccine, please visit https://www.nhsinform.scot/covid-19-vaccine
Missed Covid Vaccine Appointments
If you are aged 50-64 and have not yet been invited please follow this link. https://www.nhsinform.scot/.../missing-appointment-details
Covid vaccination passports/status certificates
Please do not contact the Practice to ask for a Covid vaccination passport or status certificate as we are unable to provide any standard document. International certification standards have not yet been agreed. The Scottish Government is working with the other UK Nations and with the World Health Organisation to agree future COVID certification requirements for international travel. As part of this, they are developing a technical solution that could allow people to access their COVID vaccination status directly.