Welcome to Airthrey Park Medical Centre University of Stirling

We are an established Medical Practice and take pride in offering a friendly personal service.

The Medical Centre was built in 1992 and is situated on the University campus. Any person living within the practice catchment area may apply to register. Whilst our services are predominantly aimed at patients in tertiary education, we welcome all those living in our catchment area.

Know who to turn to for your healthcare

We want to help you get the right medical assistance when you’re ill, injured or have a long term condition. Going directly to the person with the appropriate skills is important. This can help you to a speedier recovery and makes sure all NHS services are run efficiently.


When you need healthcare advice or help with medicines


Sudden loss of vision. Blurred vision. Painful or red eyes?


When your mouth or teeth need urgent attention

NHS Out-of-hours

When your GP and local pharmacy are closed

Minor Injuries Unit

When you need urgent care for a minor injury, burn or fracture

Accident & Emergency

When an illness or injury is serious or life-threatening


Coronavirus Update

Drop in COVID-19 Vaccinations Clinic are running every day, including weekends, from 8.30am – 19.00pm until Sunday 18th July at Forth Valley College’s Stirling, Falkirk and Alloa campuses. Anyone who is living in Forth Valley and is age 18 or over who has not had their first vaccine any anyone who has had their first dose at least 9 weeks ago can also attend for their second vaccine – no appointment necessary. 

Drop in and scheduled vaccinations begin Saturday 14th August at the University of Stirling from 8:30am to 7pm, 7 days a week in the pathfoot building. For information on local drop-in clinics, please visit https://nhsforthvalley.com/covid/covid-19-vaccination/

Please note, as the risk of COVID-19 is still at a substantial risk, we ask all patients to take into consideration face coverings and social distancing when in the surgery. 

In order to protect the health of both patients and healthcare workers, we would request that you only visit the health centre if absolutely necessary. We are currently unable to offer routine appointments.  

If you feel you need routine medical attention/advice, please phone us on 01786 463831 between 8am – 11am for a call back. A GP or nurse will call you back and arrange appropriate care.  Please do not email the practice with your medical issues but telephone for a call back in the first instance.

If you have a face-to-face appointment, please do not arrive early – try to come at your appointment time.

We are also suspending online booking and walk-ins at this time.

If you are eligible for a vaccination in the cohort’s that are currently being recalled  but have still not received your letter, please use this form to contact them:  https://www.nhsinform.scot/covid-19-vaccine/invitations-and-appointments/missing-appointment-details. Alternatively, there is a number for queries regarding appointments – 0800 130 3120.

Vaccination Centres

Enquiries related to Covid vaccination please call Scottish COVID-19 Vaccination Helpline on 0800 030 8013. The latest information on the COVID-19 vaccination programme in Forth Valley is also available on www.nhsforthvalley.com/covid/covid-19-vaccination.

Patients in the relevant priority group(s) will be contacted directly by NHS Forth Valley and not the practice.

COVID Vaccinations over 30s.

You should have been contacted regarding your first vaccine for COVID-19. If you feel you have been missed, please use the above form or number to arrange an appointment or attend a drop-in. If you are under 40 you will be offered the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

COVID Vaccinations 18-30

The registration portal is https://register.vacs.nhs.scot/  Once registered, you will receive a text/email with details of their appointment. Those who have not registered will receive a letter later inviting them to attend at a hub at a future date, or they can attend a drop-in clinic.

Those under 40 will be offered Pfizer or Moderna vaccines in line with latest guidance from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation. 17 year olds can also receive their vaccine if they will turn 18 before 31st October 2021

Vaccinations age 12 – 17

Young people with certain conditions are to be offered the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, in line with the latest advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), before the majority of schools return on the 16th of August.

If you are living with someone who is immunosuppressed or if you have severe neuro-disabilities, Down’s syndrome, underlying conditions resulting in immunosuppression, or if you have a diagnosis of Learning/Intellectual disability you will be eligible.

Young people aged 16 to 17 years of age who are at higher risk of serious COVID-19 will be invited for for a vaccination.

There is no need for anyone ages between 12- 17 to do anything, you will receive an invitation letter  and please do not attend a drop-in clinic as the vaccine cannot be administered to these groups in that setting.

Get a record of your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination status

Your vaccination status is a record of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccinations you have received.

Your status includes your name, date of birth, and any coronavirus vaccinations you have received in Scotland.


Do not contact your GP practice about your coronavirus vaccination status. GP’s cannot provide letters showing your coronavirus vaccination status.

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