Dr Ronald Page
Bsc, MB, ChB (Edinburgh 1978), DRCOG, MRCGP (Distinction) retiring 30th November 2021
Dr Mark McDonald
MB, ChB (Dundee 1989) merging with Scoonie Practice on 1 December 2021
Dr Ruth Stevenson
MB, ChB (Manchester 2000), MRCGP, DFFP merging with Scoonie Practice on 2021
Our Practice Manager, Marion Clacken, will be only too willing to help you with any administrative or non-medical aspects of your care. She is also available to discuss any suggestions which you may have in order to improve our service to you.
All our staff are here to help you and are pleased to do so. They are your link with the rest of the Practice and may need to ask you medical details in order to work effectively. All information given to them is treated in the strictest of confidence and they are bound by the same codes of conduct as the Doctors and Nurses. The more information you are able to give them, the better they will be able to assist you.
Nursing and Attached Staff
Our Health Visitor can be contacted by phoning 01592 717827 (an answerphone is available for leaving any messages). She is available from 8.30am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday and works mainly with families with under fives. She can visit families, by arrangement, to discuss health, development and any problems in childcare.
District Charge Nurse
Clinical Support Worker
Our District Nurses can be contacted by phoning 01333 425656 extn 204 (an answerphone is available for leaving any messages). They are available from 8.30am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday and visit patients of all ages in their homes to give a wide range of nursing care and advice. After a request for nursing help, needs are assessed by the District Charge Nurse and care is planned jointly with patients and carers.
Primary Care Nurse
Michelle Ferguson RGN
Appointments with our Primary Care Nurse are available by phoning the practice on 01333 432555 and are available from 9.00am – 5.00pm Tuesday to Friday. Michelle can see patients directly or after referral by the doctor and carry out a wide range of nursing procedures. She is involved in the running of clinics for patients with chronic diseases and long term conditions and runs regular clinics for patients with asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (chronic bronchitis and emphysema), diabetes, coronary heart disease, hypertension, epilepsy, INR/warfarin monitoring.
Treatment Room Nurse
Kim Band RGN
Kim sees patients directly or after referral from the GPs. Kim can carry out a wide range of nursing procedures. Kim sees patients for blood tests, BP checks, height and weight, warfarin monitoring, ear syringing, wound care, dressings and injections.
Kim is available on a Monday and Tuesday and some Wednesday mornings
First Contact Physiotherapist
Go direct to Louise our Physio, she can assess you and diagnose what’s happening, give expert advice, refer you on to specialist services if needed
General Practice Trainees and Medical Students
The Practice may from time to time have a GP Trainee. The GP Trainee is a fully qualified Doctor who spends a year gaining experience in General Practice.
Occasionally we have medical students from Dundee University attached to the practice. The students are gaining experience under the direction of one of the Doctors in the Practice.
If a student is with us, the Receptionist will make you aware of this on your arrival at the Health Centre. If you have any objections to the student being present during your consultation, please mention this to the Doctor or Receptionist. The student will only be present during your consultation if you are happy with this arrangement.