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Nurse Practitioners

Sister Susan Johnston (f)

RGN BSc PgD  Sister Johnston is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner.  In addition to providing clinics for patients with chronic illnesses, she is qualified to examine, assess, make diagnoses, treat, prescribe, and make referrals for patients with certain conditions.

Our reception team has been trained to offer a same day appointment with the ANP rather than the GP for patients with symptoms relating to, for example, diabetes, breathing (coughs, sore throats, chest infections, exacerbations of asthma or COPD), skin infections, UTIs and bowel problems. If, after examining you, Sister Johnston assesses that you need to see a GP, she will make an arrangement for you to see one. 

Clinic days: Monday to Thursday inclusive.


Margaret Jamieson (f)

Margaret Jamieson, SEN, was a Health Visiting Nurse attached to the practice for over 20 years.  She is now our Health Care Support Worker, providing phlebotomy clinics and health checks.  She is available in the practice on Tuesdays and Fridays.

Sister Eileen Shenkin (f)

RGN SCM  Sister Shenkin provides clinics for patients with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, heart failure, stroke and respiratory disease.  She also offers family planning, menopause and lifestyle advice, such as smoking, alcohol and diet.  Clinic days: Tuesday and Wednesday.

Treatment Room Nurses

The Treatment Room is located behind main reception on the ground floor.  The Treatment Room Nurse is available from 08:45 - 12:00 daily and on Fridays from 1.30 - 4.15pm for wound dressings, ear syringing, phlebotomy(blood tests), etc.  If the GP or Practice Nurse asks you to attend the Treatment Room, you must make an appointment at main reception downstairs or telephone them on 0141 800 0600 to make an appointment.

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