Welcome to the Ancrum One
Ancrum ONE offers GP medical services to patients in parts of
Dundee and the surrounding areas. All patients must be
registered with Dr Paul Clarke, Dr Faye Sinclair or Dr Sadaf
Ancrum ONE is located in Ancrum Medical Centre which is a
spacious, traditional building in Ancrum Road, Dundee,
Scotland. We share the premises with the separate Practice of
Drs Ip & Khan.
How do I register?
We accept new NHS patients wishing to join the practice. You must live within our
Practice boundary. Please either phone the practice or come down to the surgery
for more information. Alternatively, you can download the registration form and
patient questionnaire and hand back in to the surgery with a form of ID and proof
of address once completed.
Tel: 01382 669500
We are open from 8am until 6pm
Monday to Friday.
Extended hours will be provided
Monday evenings and Wednesday
morning on alternating weeks and
Friday morning. A small number of
consultation appointments with a
GP will be available each week.
Out of hours
If we are closed and you are too ill
to wait until we re-open, please
visit the NHS 24 website for
advice or call them free on 111. If
you think that someone's life is at
risk you should phone 999
The Practice is closed on NHS
Tayside Primary Care Public
Holidays and also on several
afternoons each year for Protected
Learning Time training and
education events. More info…
Dr Paul Clarke
Dr Faye Sinclair
Dr Sadaf Gill
NHS GP Practice in Dundee, Scotland
Coronavirus - Covid-19
Patients with symptoms of coronavirus infection should stay at home. Do not go to your GP, Pharmacist or Hospital.
The NHS inform website is the fastest way to get information on symptoms, self help, testing and how to self isolate.
Patients should call the practice ONLY IF their symptoms are severe or they have shortness of breath, if the symptoms worsen during the 10 day self
isolation period or have not improved after 7 days.
If you feel you need to see or speak to a GP or Nurse FOR REASONS OTHER THAN CORONAVIRUS, please phone on the normal number 01382 669500 and give your
details to a receptionist. You will be asked to give brief details of your illness and a GP or nurse will then call you back. It is likely that your problem can be managed without
the need to be seen in the surgery but the GP will ask you to attend if necessary.
Patients that are attending the practice will be required to wear a fluid resistant face mask or face shield if unable to wear a mask. Patients that are
exempt and feel unable to wear either should advise admin when arranging an appointment so alternative arrangements can be made in advance.
Please look on NHSinform for up to date information on the Covid-19 vaccines and the vaccination program. This includes information an how to make
an appointment at a vaccination clinic and how to get proof of your vaccination status.