Dr Jane Millar
MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP (Aberdeen 1995)
Dr Linda Watson
MB ChB (Edinburgh 2002)
Dr Jennifer Fildes
MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP (Edinburgh 2006)
Dr Oonagh Mccullough
MB BAO BSc MRCGP ( Belfast 2011)
Dr Sive Malone
MBBS, DCH, MRCGP (Newcastle 2011)
Our current GP Trainee is:
Dr Isameldein Mahmoud
Our Nursing Team
They Hold Daily Clinics:
Appointments are available for cervical smear tests, travel vaccinations, blood tests, contraceptive and health promotion advice, blood pressure checks, wound dressings and Disease Management. The practice nurses are contactable on our usual phone number 0131 556 8196.
Ms Sarah Mears
We currently have blood test appointments available with our phlebotomist on a Tuesday.
Primary Care Mental health Nurse
We now have a Primary Care Mental Health Nurse working with the practice 2 days a week. You will be offered an appointment with our mental health nurse in the first instance if you need to see a clinician regarding your mental health.
Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner
A GP Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner (APP) now works within your GP practice. If you have, or think you have, a musculoskeletal (MSK) problem they provide an alternative to seeing your GP.
They provide expert assessment of all MSK conditions eg muscle, bone and joint problems such as back, neck, shoulder or knee pain. They can provide you with a clinical diagnosis, give you advice on how to manage the problem and suggest appropriate exercise for you to work on independently.
With your agreement and when appropriate, they can refer you to specialist services such as physiotherapy for supported rehab, x-ray or orthopaedics. If needed, they can liaise with your GP to arrange medication or discuss any non-MSK symptoms which may have been found during your consultation.
You can request an appointment with the GP APP directly and you may also be directed to them by reception staff, who have had training to help them guide you to the GP APP. Your GP may also ask you to see the GP APP for an expert MSK opinion.
Our practice pharmacists:
- Provide expertise on day-to-day medicines
- Give advice for patients taking multiple medications
- Carry out medication reviews and other medicines-related support, including discussing side effects
- Give help for patients with their medicines following a stay in hospital, particularly if there has been a change in regimen
- Answer medications and prescription-related questions
- Produce prescriptions
- Support managing patients’ long-term conditions, such as high blood pressure
Our Practice Admin Team
BA (Hons) Business Studies with HRM
Senior Admin Supervisor
Receptionist/ Clinical Admin
Phlebotomist / Receptionist
Receptionist/ Clinical Admin
Our Attached Healthcare Team
The Health Visitors may be contacted on 0131 454 2306. All Child Immunisation appointments can be made through health visitors.
A drop in well-baby clinic is run from Leith Community Treatment Centre, Junction Place on a
Monday 13.30 – 15.30 ( excluding bank holidays).
Parent Support Group – Debenhams Cafe at Ocean Terminal, Tuesdays 15.00 – 16.00.