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Drumchapel Health Centre80-90 Kinfauns DriveGlasgow, G15 7TSTel: 0141 211 6100
MBChB MRCGP DPCDM
I graduated from Glasgow University & have worked as a GP within this practice in Drumchapel since 1994. I am a Member of the Royal College of GPs.I have a postgraduate diploma in the management of Diabetes in primary care and I am responsible for the diabetes clinic within the practice. This is an aspect of my work which I find extremely satisfying & fulfilling.I enjoy working as part of a team & enjoy the diversity & challenges that we constantly face in General Practice.Hours: All day Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
MBChB MSc DRCOG DGM FRCGP
GP Principal and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer
I have worked as a GP in Drumchapel since 1999. I have previously worked in France and Latin America and I speak fluent French and Spanish. I have a specialist qualification in substance misuse management and I am responsible for the practice drugs misuse clinic. My other professional interests include epilepsy,dementia, mental health problems, care of the elderly, end of life care and the effects of poverty on health. I am also the practice business partner.
I am also currently a steering group member of GPs at the Deep End. I am a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and I was previously a lecturer at the University of Glasgow.
Hours: Monday morning, Tuesday all day, Wednesday all day, Thursday afternoon.
Following graduation in 1993 I worked for five years in various hospital specialities. I enjoyed every department I worked in and was reluctant to select just one speciality and forsake all others.. That's when I realised that General Practice would be right for me. I completed my GP training and became a Member of the Royal College of GPs in 1999, returning to hospital briefly for a further 6 months to gain additional experience before settling down to life as a full-time GP.
Hours: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday all day and Friday morning.
MBChB BSc DFSRH DRCOG MRCGP
I graduated from Medical School in Glasgow in 2004 after completing my BSc (Hons) at St Andrews University in 1999. As I had always wanted to become a generalist I then spent a number of years in training, mainly in North East Glasgow, to become a GP and I joined this practice as a partner in 2010. As well as being a Member of the Royal College of GPs I have postgraduate diplomas in sexual health and gynaecology.
My main area of professional interest is Palliative Care. I previously worked at the Marie Curie Hospice in Stobhill and I undertake training for local GPs in the palliative care. I am also the lead trainer in the Practice for GP training.
Hours: Tuesday to Friday all day
MBChB MRCGP MRCP
After qualifying in 2002 I worked in a variety of hospital specialites. I then worked in General Medicine for around 3 years before deciding to pursue General Practice as my chosen specialty. I am a member of both the Royal College of GPs and the Royal College of Physicians. I am also undertaking a higher qualification in Sexual Health and Contraception. I am also a trainer in the Practice for GPs in training.
I really enjoy being a GP and the challenges that it brings but mostly I enjoy the continuity of seeing patients on a regular basis.
Hours: I work Monday and Tuesday all day, Thursday morning and Friday all day.
MBChB 2000, MRCP, MRCGP, DCH, dip Dermatology
I graduated in 2000 from The University Of Glasgow and initially worked in Australia in accident and emergency. Having decided on a career in dermatology, I trained as a physician in Cambridge before returning to Glasgow. Although I continued to be interested in dermatology, I realised that in order to really treat any condition it is more satisfying if you can influence other aspects of a patient's life and health which play a part in their problems. General practice was the solution for me.
MBchB RCPCH MRCGP DCH
I graduated from Medical School in Dundee in 2009 and completed my training as a GP in 2015.
I have been fortunate enough to work in multiple different hospital specialities as part of my training. Since finishing my GP training in 2015 I have worked in a variety of different GP practices around Glasgow. My postgraduate education has centred around paediatrics.
In addition to working in the practice I also continue to work in other local GP practices and work for the out of hours service.
I work all day Wednesday, Thursday morning and all day Friday.
Dr Morgan is in her final year training to become a General Practitioner.
Dr Brown in in her final year of training to become a General Practitioner
Gail is a both highly qualified General, Paediatric, Prescribing Nurse. She has worked in the Practice for over 15 years.
Gail is responsible for the running and overseeing of a variety of clinics. Well woman, contraceptive advice, cervical smears, sexual health, blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, weight management, dietary advice and epilepsy.
Gail also has a particular expertise and knowledge in specific disease areas and is responsible for these individual clinics:
Gail - Asthma, COPD, Implanon, Warts.
Gail - full day Wednesday and Thursday 08.00-17.30
RGN RSCN Nurse Prescriber
Health Care Assistant
Anne has worked with the practice since March 1993. She has worked full time with the surgery as a Healthcare assistant since 2006 and is always keen to learn new skills.
Her role includes the following:- Urinalysis, Annual Health Reviews, Keep Well, Height, Weight, Smoking and Alcohol Advice. Blood Tests and Blood Monitoring, Lifestyle Advice, Annual Influenza Vaccinations, Pneumococcal vaccinations, B12 Injections and Helicobactor Breath Tests. She also carries out housevisits once a week to our elderly housebound patients.
We are delighted to have had Sandra join the Practice in April 2020. She is a very experienced Pharmacist and works 2 days at the Practice and 3 days with the Health Board.
Sandra specialises in Diabetes and heart disease.
Tuesday and Wednesday all day
The district nursing team provide nursing care for patients at home and within Drumchapel Health Centre. You can call them 0141 211 6074
RGN Link nurse for leg ulcers
Linsey is one of the district nurses
I qualified as a Registered Nurse in September 1986 from Glasgow Royal Infirmary. I have worked in surgical wards in the RAH in Paisley before joining Gardscadden Burn Medical Practice in September 1999. I am currently the leg ulcer link nurse.
RGN BSc PGD HV
Elaine offers help advice and support to families and young children.
Our Community Links Practiitoner, Margaret Ann, will focus on the priorities of our patients by listening to and understanding their non-medical social problems such as:
housing issues, bereavement, applying for benefits, appealing DWP sanctions, domestic abuse or coming to terms with a new diagnosis.
Margaret Ann focuses on the priorities of those patients by listening to their non-health concerns, understanding the issues that are at the top of their agenda and helping them access the most appropriate support.