Links and Resources
Resources and support for a wide range of Mental Health Areas
A wide range of support contacts for families and individual mental health support (PDF file)
Support for young people affected by mental health difficulties
Support for those affected by mental health problems, their families and carers.
A free and confidential support service for anyone who feels under pressure and feels overwhelmed
Support for anyone who is feeling concerned by thoughts of suicide
Information and support for anyone living with a mental health condition
Sam’s is accesible to anyone in Fife who is 16+ years old. A relaxed space where you can find peer support who have shared experiences and a personal recovery journey.
Providing support to people who experienced neglect or abuse in the Scottish Care System.
Opening Times & Info
Monday to Friday 08:00 to 18:00
Bank Street Medical Group
The Health Centre
Bank Street. Cupar, KY15 4JN
Telephone: 01334 651201
New Patient Register
To make things easier for you to register, download a New Patient Registration Form and New Patient Questionnaire. Complete these at your leisure, print them off and bring them into the practice. It is practice policy to ask for the completed forms to be accompanied by photographic ID and proof of your address. Click here for more information on the Registration process.
Our Nursing team runs multiple clinics each week. Click here to find out more about the clinics we run dealing with Chronic Disease Management, Cryotherapy, Ear Syringing, Travel Vaccinations.
Latest Practice News
Having an ill child can be a very scary experience for parents. If you understand more about the illness it can help you feel more in control. This booklet is for parents and deals with common infections in children who are normally well. Click here to view or download.
A new service is now available to all our patients called ‘Community Connections Cupar”. The service is available in the practice each week, on a Tuesday, and offers support for all our patients over the age of 16 to improve their mental health and well-being through non-medical signposting to community based connections.