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 Pneumococcal and Shingles Vaccinations are available to eligible patients during January and February 2020 ( subject to vaccine availability)

call for more information or to arrange an appointment on 01382 580264



Are you aware you can book an appointment with our Mental Health Specialist without seeing a GP first?

This service is available for patients aged 16-64 who are not currently being seen by NHS Mental Health Services. If you are worried about your mental health, feeling overwhelmed or low and needing to talk to someone about seeking relevant support please ask the receptionist for an appointment with our mental health specialist. 








Gillian Cruickshank
Ph.D., B.Sc. (Hons) Pharmacy, IP, SP, M.R.PharmS
Our practice pharmacist works closely with the doctors to address areas of prescribing concern. You may be invited to attend an appointment with Gillian to discuss your medication.

Community Midwives

Christine Campbell (f)

R.G.N., R.M., B(mid) Our community midwife holds an ante-natal clinic at Muirhead Medical Centre, Wednesday 9am – 4.30pm and can provide care in pregnancy, and at home during the first 10 days after the baby is born.

Community Nurses

Our district nursing team attached to the surgery covers all aspects of nursing care in the home, as well as providing support for patients and their carers. They can advise on, and provide various types of equipment and aids, e.g. walking frames, continence products. They are based within Muirhead Medical Centre and may be contacted by telephoning 01382 580551 or 01382 740211 (answering machine).

Frances Donald

R.G.N., SPDN, Nurse Prescriber,

Lesley Smith
R.G.N., B.Sc. (Hons)., Dip Diabetes
Debbie Sanderson
R.G.N. B.N.
Lesley McArtney

Healthcare Assistant

Health Visitors

Health Visitors/Public Health Nurses have a role in health promotion and health education with all age groups and are skilled in assessing and offering information on a wide range of health issues working closely with all members of the Primary Health Care Team within your GP surgery. They do not wear a uniform but do carry an identification badge, which shows their name, title and photograph. Patient’s are encouraged to seek identification.

Health Visitors/Public Health Nurses core working hours are Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm. An answer machine service is available and messages are checked twice daily during working hours. They will arrange to see you at a suitable time and place e.g. your home, GP surgery, local clinic. They may be contacted by telephoning 01382 580779 or 01382 740155 (answering machine).
Ginika Akunna

 R.G.N., R.S.C.P.H.N-H.V. , C.P.N.P.


Alison Mcintyre

R.G.N., R.S.C.P.H.N-H.V.


Attached Staff

Podiatry appointments are offered at the practice by a state registered podiatrist. Patients with a foot or lower limb problem must first be seen by a doctor, nurse or other health professional who will refer them to the service. The podiatrist will then carry out a thorough assessment of your symptoms before formulating a treatment plan and proceeding with any treatment.
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