The District Nurses
- Louise Elvin – CommunityCharge Nurse
- Linsey McLaren – Community Staff Nurse
- Paula Crawford – Community Staff Nurse
- Michelle Armour -Health Care Assistant
The District Nursing Team carries out nursing care for patients at the home. They contacted on 0141 531 6303.
- Diane Murray
Diane offers health advice and support to families with young children. This includes help with parenting, behaviour management and support to women with post natal depression. She sees children for development checks and immunisations at the surgery on Tuesday afternoons by appointment. She is available on the phone for an appointment and can be contacted on 0141 531 6309
The midwife can be accessed after booking an appointment through the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. Then you can be seen upstairs in the Health Centre on Wednesdays and Fridays between 1 and 5pm.
The contact number to do this is as follows:
0141 232 9455 – 8.30am-4.30pm
0141 232 9456 – Answer phone – leave a message and midwife will get back to you.
Early Pregnancy Assessment Service (under 16 weeks only) – 0141 201 2331
Mellissa Woolley – Phlebotomist.
Mellissa takes any routine bloods and Bp. Also visits our housebound patients in the community.
Well Being Nurse
Well Being Nurse – Graham Molloy . Alternate Wednesdays. For all Mental Health Well being. Appointment is required, bookable in advance.
Andrew McLafferty is with us on a Monday and Friday morning, only available with a pre-booked appointment.
An MSK (musculoskeletal) physiotherapist can provide expert assessment and advice to help you manage pain, disability and injury to your joints, muscles or spine.
We do this through questioning and physical assessment.
Debbie Trainor is our link worker who is available every Tuesday only by appointment booked in advance.
Community Link Workers are practitioners who work within GP practices providing non-medical support with personal, social, emotional and financial issues. These include low mood, anxiety and stress, social isolation, money and poverty issues, and bereavement. Community Link Workers are now one of the core services available through GP practices in Scotland.