The Cademuir Clinic only accepts self payments. Private Health insurers will not pay for seeing a GP.
There is no up-front fee. We will send you an invoice after your appointment so you can pay via BACS transfer.
​We don’t have a card machine and are unable to take payment details over the phone. ​Cheque is acceptable.

At a time that is suitable for you. Including evenings and weekends.
If you need an appointment outwith normal working hours, please call the clinic and we will book you in at a time that you can make.

Absolutely. Yes.
​Guidance from the Department of Health says: ‘Patients who have chosen to pay privately for an element of their care are entitled to receive NHS diagnostic tests free of charge as long as they are eligible. A referral by a private GP for an NHS diagnostic test should not be any different from an NHS GP referral.’


If you wish to speak to, or see, Dr Stewart out of hours then you can call the clinic telephone number. If available, Dr Stewart will arrange to see you as soon as possible.

Yes. However, this incurs significant extra cost. It is Dr Stewart’s intention to offer care at lowest possible cost to each patient and to use investigations where only absolutely essential.

Only if you want this to be the case.
​Dr Stewart will always recommend that information about your care is shared with your registered NHS GP. This ensures safe care when under care of more than one GP.
However, in certain circumstances, should you wish to keep your consultations private, and it is safe to do so, this will be respected.

Almost all aspects of General Practice. That means if you would normally see your own NHS GP about something, then Dr Stewart can help too.
In addition, Dr Stewart offers several procedures that can vastly improve your quality of life.

  • Ear syringing
  • Joint injections
  • Toe nail correction
  • Cryotherapy

​Dr Stewart will be unable to help patients regarding the following issues.

  • Complex mental health
  • Addiction Health
  • Use of Controlled Drugs – Opiates, Benzodiazepines and Gabapentinoids
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Absolutely. Dr Stewart can consult with any person as long as they are living in Scotland at the time of consultation.

Dr Stewart is fully registered in General Practice by the GMC (No 6157080).
Additionally he is appraised annually by NHS Education Scotland.
The Cademuir Clinic has been fully inspected and certified with Health Care Improvement Scotland (Reg number 02045)

  • MBChB – University of Dundee 2007
  • BSc Med Sci Hons  – University of Glasgow 2005
  • Previous membership to Royal College Surgeons Edinburgh
  • Member of Royal College of General Practitioners.
  • ​​Registered with Health Improvement Scotland and Information Commissioner’s Office
  • Registered Company SC 692065

  • Dr Ross Stewart GMC 6157080