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The Atholl Medical Centre

The medical practice at Atholl Medical Centre is the sole medical practice in the Pitlochry district and covers an area of approximately 700 square miles of North West Perthshire. The practice has its main premises at Ferry Road, Pitlochry but also has a branch surgery at Ford Road, Blair Atholl. The nearest District General Hospital is Perth Royal Infirmary.

The doctors are responsible for providing community medical facilities, including the care of the patients in the Pitlochry Community Hospital, servicing the medical needs of our many visitors and working closely with the statutory emergency services.

The Atholl Medical Centre,
Ferry Road,
PH16 5FG

Tel: Pitlochry 472558
Fax: Pitlochry 473775

New Patients - How To Register

When you wish to register with this practice as a new patient, report to reception where you will be asked to complete a registration form and a questionnaire. Alternatively, you can visit our registration page and download and print the relevant documents. You can then arrange for a consultation with the practice nurse to record your medical details.

Practice News and Notices


We have a vacancy for a part-time receptionist 18 hours per week, if you are interested please forward a cv and covering letter to:

Mrs L Peebles, Practice Manager, Atholl Medical Centre, Ferry Road, Pitlochry, PH16 5FG


  Please remember to check our Public Holiday closures from the main page and order your repeat prescriptions in plenty of time to avoid unnecessary delays. 


If you have recently visited West Africa, in particular Sierra Leone, Liberia or Guinea please note the following advice.

If you have developed any of the following symptoms, particularly of a sudden onset, within 21 days of visiting any of the above affected areas you should contact the practice immediately by telephone only and ask to speak to a GP. Please do not come in to the surgery without getting advice from a GP in the first instance.  Symptoms: fever, headache, sore throat, profuse diarrhoea & vomiting, general malaise.

  We would be obliged if you could avoid telephoning the surgery between 8.30am and 10am unless your request is for an appointment or house visit.  The phone lines are very busy at this time.  If you are looking for results please telephone between 2 and 4 pm as most results do not come in until later in the day. 

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