• Pharmacy and Medicines Division

    The Scottish Government have asked the Scottish Health Council to assist them with a public engagement exercise around the Pharmacy and Medicines Division. The aim of this project is to gather views from people who regularly use pharmacies, in order to create a picture of what patients both want and need from their local pharmacies. In order to collect this information on behalf of the Scottish Government, the Local Office of the Scottish Health Council would like to hear from you if you have a long term condition and use a pharmacy regularly. We propose to hold a short focus group on the 19th March

    • 06 March 2013
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  • It costs just 82p a day

    • 04 March 2013
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  • Become a Neurological Voices Representative

    Do you have a neurological condition? Do you care for someone who has a neurological condition? Do you want to help improve health services? You can make a difference – Become a Neurological Voices representative Neurological Voices training involves 2 x 4 hour workshops where  you can find out: • How patients and carers can have their say to improve local services,eg, through the Managed Clinical Network • How to communicate your views effectively • About other neurological conditions and common issues. Training is carefully paced,with regular breaks and lunch. Travel expenses paid. Places are limited and should be booked by 6 March at the latest. To find out more or book a

    • 20 February 2013
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  • February Branch Meeting

    Western Isles MS Branch Monthly Branch Meeting Venue:  Grianan Day Centre Date:  12th February 2013 Present:        Donnie White, Anne M Macleod, Christine Stewart, Muriel Mackenzie,                           Richard Langhorne, Fiona Chisholm Apologies:   Christine Macleod Matters Arising: No items were discussed due to a meeting with Mr Iain MacIver, Reporter, regarding the Western Isles MS Society. This did not conclude until 2100 hours.   Date of Next Meeting:  12th March

  • Hydrotherapy Pool

    is available 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesday of the month 6.00 - 6.30pm. Should any one requires assistance, a poolchair is available via the hoist, just ask for it . The water temperature is 32º, if this is too hot for you, either sit at the pool side or go for a shower and re-enter.   We are restricted to 10 persons in the pool at any one time, in order to get your 30 minutes