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Lochgilphead Medical Practice

*PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS ALWAYS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT SHORT NOTICE

 *Please note due to the current COVID-19 we are no longer taking any requests for specific GP's as the schedule is subject to last minute changes. 

Week Commencing: 06.04.2020
"X" refers to GP Consulting in Lochgilphead
 06.04.20

07.04.20

08.04.2009.04.2010.04.20
Dr Phillipsx
Dr Harrisx
Dr Romansxxx
Dr Helliwell
Dr Hutchinson
Dr Strainxx
Dr Henderson
Dr B O'Neillx
Dr Cameron

Dr J Barge

xxx

 Dr A Hewitt (Locum)

xx

Dr E Young (Locum)

xx

x

Dr A Harris (Locum)

 Dr S Brading (Locum)

"X" refers to GP Consulting in Inveraray & Furnace

 06.04.20

07.04.20

08.04.2009.04.2010.04.20
Dr Phillipsxx
Dr Harris
Dr Romans
Dr Helliwell
Dr Hutchinson
Dr Strain
Dr Henderson
Dr Cameronxxx
Dr  (Locum)
Dr O'Neill

 

Nurse Practitioners

Hazel Whiston (Lead Practice Nurse) (f)

RGN, BSc (Emergency Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Assessment, Common Presentations, Care of the Acutely Unwell Child / Young Person, V300 Non Medical Prescribing)

Lorna Mitchell (Advanced Nurse Practitioner) (f)

LMitchell  Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Nurses

Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.
Sarah Anderson (Practice Nurse) (f)
Fiona Munro (Senior Practice Nurse) (f)

Special interest in coronary heart disease and health promotion.

Lorraine Macintyre (Senior Practice Nurse) (f)

Special interest in sexual health, well women's health promotion and bone health/osteoporosis.

 

Joanne Robertson (f)

OCCASIONAL STAFF - NURSING TEAM

Lyndsay Martin (f)

(Advanced Nurse Practitioner)

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

Fedra Macintyre (f)

 

Kirsteen Houston (f)

 

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