The Doctors at the Practice
The present medical team is as follows, and the date of qualifying is indicated:
|Dr Liam Harkins
||1992 Glasgow MBChB
|Dr Aldon Kennedy
||1994 Glasgow MBChB, MRCGP
|Dr Genelle Harkins
||1990 Aberdeen MBChB
|Dr Ruth Lannigan
||2001 Dundee MBChB, BMSc(Hons), DRCOG, DFFP
|Dr Esfandiyar Khan
||1999 Islamia, MBBS, FRCP (Edin), MRCGP, MRCP (UK), DGM
|Dr Catherine Pirret
||2006 Glasgow MBChB, BSc Med Sci, MRCGP
|Dr Katherine Stewart
||2010 Aberdeen MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP
Our practice manager is responsible for the administration, finance and the day to day running of the practice. She is available to deal with any administrative problems or general enquiries you may have. Should you have any problems regarding the practice please contact her by letter or by telephone.
||Linsey MacDonald and Karon Thomson
||RGN BSc Nurse Prescriber
||RGN RSCN BSc Nurse Prescriber
|| RGN BSc Nurse Prescriber
Our nurses help provide the services that we contract from NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde for the following enhanced services:
- The annual flu immunisation programme to protect the elderly and those patients at risk.
- Annual comprehensive reviews for patients with heart disease, diabetes, stroke, hypertension, epilepsy, asthma, COPD and thyroid.
- Regular monitoring by blood and urine test for patients on a wide range of drugs for arthritis.
They also work with the Scottish Cervical Call Recall System (SCCRS) to ensure that women between the ages of 25 – 65 years are called for their smear every three years, until aged 50 years and then every 5 years or sooner if required according to the Scottish guidelines. This can also include family planning and sexual health.
Appointments can be made for any of these review clinics by contacting the reception.
Healthcare Support Worker
||Janice Milligan, Michelle Divers, Samantha Motherwell, Mandy Poole and Anne King
|Gorbals Health Centre
||Anne Marie Little, Patricia Robertson, Jill Holland, Jackie Rodgers and Lorraine Queen
Our receptionists' aim is to help you as much as possible. Their job is difficult but if you tell them clearly what you require they will do their best to help. When dealing with your requests for medical attention they may ask for a few details, they are trained to make these enquiries so that we can help you in the most appropriate way. Our receptionists can also give you general information about the practice. They have a difficult job - so please be a patient patient!!!
The health visitors provide care to families with children in the pre-five age group. The assessment process is changing and nowadays only rigid assessment is made at eight weeks.
Our health visitors are Lyn Mackenzie and Jenni Armstrong.
Our district nurses Eleanor Campbell and May Cameron provide nursing treatment for the housebound and patients recently discharged from the hospital.
The practice is involved in undergraduate Medical Education. Occasionally students may sit in during a consultation. Patients will always be forewarned and you are always free to let the receptionists know if this is not suitable.