Dr Guy Perrett
Dr Laura Cormack
Dr Gillian Collin
Dr Naomi Whiteford (Maternity Leave)
Dr Stuart Sutton (Paternity Leave)
Dr Alys Dean
Dr Elaine Taylor
Dr Mustafa Al Ani (Locum)
Dr Caroline Ward (Locum)
Julie Edgar RGN
The nurses provide a full range of services covering health matters such as routine injections, travel advice, cervical smears, dressings, removal of sutures, weight management and smoking cessation advice, plus clinics to monitor chronic diseases such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Health Care Assistant
Margaret Muir carries out treatment room tasks, phlebotomy and assists the nurses.
Jennifer is responsible for the day to day running of the practice. Any comments or suggestions regarding the service offered by the practice should be addressed to the Practice Manager.
Jacqueline Long co-ordinates clinical services within the practice.
Clinical Support Team/Reception/Secretarial
Elizabeth Divers, Frances Cassidy, Yvonne Johnstone, Anna Jalinska, and Andrea Keegan.
This team have the arduous task of balancing the instructions of the doctors along with the needs of our patients. They do their best to keep the practice running smoothly, help patients with enquiries and problems and help keep the computerised records up to date. All the staff have signed a confidentiality clause in their contracts and work under the direction of the doctors and the practice manager. In the course of their work they may be required to ask you for a little more information regarding your condition, they are asking this to assist the Doctor to assess the urgency of your treatment.
Health Visitors (0141 314 9008)
The Health Visiting team work mainly with families that have children under 5. They monitor the development of younger patients through child health surveillance. They are based at Glenburn Health Centre.
District Nurses (0141 314 9004)
The District Nurse Team are not based at the Practice. The District Nurses will call in at the surgery every day to exchange information about patients. They are responsible for providing home nursing, help and advice to some housebound patients and the terminally ill within the local community.
Clinics are provided by the midwives for the care of expectant mothers.