Dr Webster and Partners are based at Woodside Health Centre with a list size in excess of 6,800 patients. Woodside Health Centre was opened in 1971 and was the first Health Centre to be built in Glasgow. We share the premises with another seven GP practices. The Practice is open from 8:00am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 6:00pm Monday to Friday. We are closed at weekends and Public Holidays.
Dr Graham Webster M.B,ChB, Reg Aberdeen 1979 (part-time)
Dr Naila Rasul M.B.,ChB., M.R.C.G.P., Reg Glasgow 2001 (part-time)
Dr Graham Thompson M.B,ChB,M.R.C.G.P Glasgow 2006 (full- time)
Clinics & Services
Pharmacy, Community Physiotherapy, Community Nursing, Community Mental Health, Dietetics, Chiropody, Dental Services, and a range of other services.
Change of Address
It is very important that we hold a correct address and telephone number for you. If either of these change please notify us. You may change your address on our online form.
Register with our practice
Patients wishing to register with our Surgery will need to complete a registration form, which you can complete when you attend the practice. Please note downloadable registration forms can only be used by students who are currently attending Caledonian university.
Our patients are able to order repeat prescription items online. These items are listed on the right hand side of your repeat prescription computer slip. If the on line facility is unavailable please make alternative arrangements. You can either phone our automated voicemail service on 0141 531 9570 and select option 4, send in your request with S.A.E, or in person. Your prescription will be available after two full working days.
Please be aware that our staff are bound to the NHS code of confidentiality. Our staff are therefore not permitted to discuss any of our patient’s medical history, this includes their registration status, without their written consent to do so.
Once we have received their written consent and verified this with the patient, then we can provide you with this information, this includes complaining on behalf of a patient, but excludes patients who are unable to act on their own behalf and already have a designated person or carer responsible for their medical care.
We therefore respectfully ask parents, relatives, and guardians not to request information regarding their relatives/friends or to complain on their behalf unless we have their written consent to do so.
Please note in Scotland if you are 12 or over, the law assumes you can make your own decisions about your health care information unless there is evidence to suggest you can’t. If you are under 12, you may still be able to make decisions about your health care information but the doctor must believe that you understand enough to do this.
For further information please refer to “Confidentiality it’s your right” leaflet.
How well controlled is your Asthma?
Registered patients should complete our Asthma Review Form. Please note this is for registered patients only.
For further information please refer to asthma.org.uk
My Lungs My Life’ is a comprehensive, free to use website for anyone living with COPD, asthma and for parents/guardians of children with asthma. It includes videos in several languages on how to use metered dose inhalers and Turbohalers.
For further information please access the link to -> my lungs life .