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Access Therapies Fife provides information to help you to deal with mental health problems and to access a range of local services
Access Therapies Fife is part of Fife’s Health and Social Care Partnership’s Psychology Service
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Joining up Care
The Fife Health and Social Care Partnership are working on reviewing and transforming a number of aspects of the delivery of local health care. The three main areas include the Out of Hours Service, Community Hospital Beds, and the development of local Community Hubs.There is currently a public consultation in progress until the 8th October 2018. We would strongly encourage our patients and local population to consider the proposals carefully and send in their views and feedback to the consultation at:
mailto:email@example.com or 01383 199/01592 226 859
One area of potential controversy is that the current Out of Hours proposals do not include a base in the East of Fife albeit they do significantly increase the home visiting capacity of a future service and we fully anticipate that the option to access Kingscross in the Out of Hours period will remain.
Non the less, your views are crucial and we would be grateful if you would share them through the contacts given above.
Dr John Kennedy works both as General Practitioner Principle at the Practice, and as the Clinical Director for the East division of the Fife Health & Social Care Partnership.He is not routinely available at the Practice on a Tuesday or Wednesday.
We have welcomed a new GP, Dr Robert Scully, who will be with us each Monday. Dr Scully has recently been appointed as Clinical Generalist Mentor at St Andrews University.
Dr Jennifer Kennedy has been promoted in her work at Dundee University. She now has the role of Convener of the medical student education for years 1 to 3. She has reduced her time as a salaried GP at Pitcairn Practice.
Welcome to Pitcairn Practice
We have two surgery buildings; Balmullo being our main site and Leuchars our branch site. Both buildings have been purpose built to provide all aspects of family medicine in pleasant surroundings.
You may use either surgery at your convenience. Both sites have full disabled and wheelchair access and specially adapted toilets with all services being on one level.