DR RICHARD CONLAN
Qualified 1998: Dundee MBChB MRCGP DRCOG DCH
DR CATHY MURRAY
Qualified 1995: Edinburgh MBChB MRCGP DRCOG DFFP
DR GARY O'NEILL
Qualified 2006: Aberdeen MBChB MRCGP
DR GUNAMINI DAHANAYAKE
Qualified 2001: University of Colombo, Sri Lanka MB BS MRCS (Ed) DOHNS MRCGP
DR CIARA HARVEY
Qualified 2011: Manchester MBChB MRCGP
DR YULIA GAIDAKOVA
Qualified 1999: Glasgow MBChB, MRCGP
DR ROWAN CALLOWAY
Qualified 2014: UCL, London MBBS BA MRCGP
DR LUCIE SHIPLEY
Qualified 2011: Leeds MBChB
The Practice employs locum doctors on a sessional basis if required when one or more of the above doctors are absent.
Advanced Nurse Practitioners are qualified to diagnose and manage health problems, recommend treatments and prescribe medications. They can provide you with information and advice and, if necessary, refer you to a Doctor or other health care professional. They may be able to help you with such conditions as coughs and colds, “flu-like” illness, sore throats, “tummy bugs”, urinary tract infections, vaginal discharge, head lice, scabies, chest infections, skin conditions, sore eyes, sore ears and other minor illness.
The Practice Nursing Team provides advice on all aspects of health and illness, with a focus on preventative health care. Appointments may be made to see members of the Team for Asthma, Diabetes, Family Planning advice, Cervical Smears, New Patient Registration, Travel advice, Smoking Cessation, blood pressure monitoring, and routine blood tests.
Members of the Practice Nursing Team also provide contraception services.
The Health Care Assistants are involved with sample testing, blood pressure monitoring and blood testing. They also manage warfarin treatment using the coaguchek system.
Phlebotomists are trained in blood sampling and undertake routine and urgent blood tests.
Treatment Room Nurses
Treatment Room Nurses are responsible for dressings, removal of stitches, injections, BP monitoring, dietary advice and cardiograms. They also take cervical smears, see patients with urinary tract infections and undertake ear syringing by appointment only on patients who have initially been assessed by the GP. Injuries that occur on the same day, e.g. burns, cuts and eye injuries may be seen.
The District Nurses are responsible for maintaining individuals in their own homes, maximising their ability to self-care, teaching and educating both patients and Carers.
They can be contacted on: 0131 561 5519.
Health Visitors are trained Nurses with additional training/experience in child, family and community health. They carry out developmental screening and immunisations and work as part of a team, which includes other health colleagues as well as social work, education and the voluntary sector. Their aim is to provide a holistic service to families; primarily the “under-5s”.
They can be contacted on: 0131 561 5524.
The Midwives are involved in the care of all women throughout their pregnancy. The Midwives hold antenatal booking and return appointment clinics.
They can be contacted on: 0131 561 5533.