We aim to provide the best possible medical care in a safe confidential environment. Here is a brief list of the Doctors in the practice and their special interests.
Dr Emma Knowles (f) (2012)
Full- time, GP Partner providing general medical services with a special interest in Women’s Health.
Dr Margo Donachie (f) (1994)
Part-time, GP Partner providing general medical services with a special interest in Women’s health.
Dr David Baker (m) (2007)
Full-time, GP Partner providing general medical services with a special interest in musculoskeletal medicine.
Dr Eleanor Watson (f) (2013)
Part-time, GP Partner providing general medical services.
Dr Claire Campbell (f) (1994)
Part-time, GP providing general medical services with an interest in Women’s Health and Rheumatology.
We are also a training practice for Specialty Doctors who are planning a career in General Practice. At present we have:
Dr Bushraa Fashina (f), STGP3, who is with us until December 2024
Dr Isobelle Rosindell (f), STGP1, who is with us until February 2024
We also have scotGEM medical student: Simon McIntyre (M) who is with us until june 2024
If you are booked into a regular appointment then you will be made aware, at the time of booking, that you are seeing a trainee or student.
If you are attending our “Extras” clinic, then it may be a trainee who is available to see you next.
All our trainees and students are supervised by a qualified GP, whom they can approach regarding your consultation at any time. If you have any concerns, please speak to a member of our team.
Corey Trussler (m)
What is an ANP?
They are nurses who have received extra training and are able to see, diagnose and treat patients with a wide variety of problems.
Many surgeries have them working alongside GPs or in place of GPs.
As Corrie is in training he will be supervised by one of the GPs and during your consultation may discuss with a GP your situation and the best way to manage it.
Corrie’s friendly face will be with us at the surgery for 2 years