Oakview Medical Practice is a training practice, and all of our doctors participate in the training of new GP’s. The GP’s assigned to our practice for training are GP Registrars, who are fully qualified doctors here to gain extra skills to be able to work as a GP. GP Registrars will see patients on their own or, occasionally, with one of the partners participating in the consultation. You as a patient may also be asked to participate in video training for the GP Registrar. The video session is not concerned with looking at the patient, it is about assessing the GP Registrar's consultation skills and is designed to help the registrar become an effective GP. If you have any questions regarding our GP registrars please ask our reception team.
Current registrars working within the practice are: Dr Marie McAlary; Dr Katherine McKay; Dr Leudamina Kuz
|Practice nurses are registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses spend much of their time in the management of chronic diseases including asthma, COPD, diabetes, heart disease, stroke and chronic kidney disease. They also assess and treat minor ailments and carry out cervical smears. |
Our nurses are heavily involved in triage of requests for same day appointments and house visits.
RGN, Dip Asthma, Dip Family Planning, Dip Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Independent Nurse Prescriber.
Sister Crombie's main role is evidence-based management of chronic diseases. Her particular interests include respiratory disease, and women's health. She is skilled in the insertion and removal of contraceptive implants.
RGN, Dip Nursing, Dip Sexual & Reproductive Health, Dip Asthma, Dip Triage in Primary Care, Dip Diabetes.
Independent Nurse Prescriber.
Sister Rennie is mainly involved in the management of chronic disease. Her particular interests included diabetes, ischaemic heart disease, and travel medicine.
|Nurse Suzanne Ferguson (f)|
|Miss Karen Graham (f)|
|Miss Catherine McQuilkie (f)|
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.
|Miss Joanne Rainey (f)|