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Community Nurses

Nurse David McCrohon (m)
Nurse Chris Smith (f)
Nurse Lauren Mcadam (f)
The nurses provide a comprehensive package of nursing care to housebound patients in the practice and those recently discharged from hospital after serious illness. They are also very involved in caring for patients with terminal illnesses. They often have nursing students or other nursing colleagues working with them who may accompany them on visits.

The District Nursing team are based at Elderpark Clinic so if you require to speak to the district nurses contact them on 0141 232 7134.

Health Visitors

Nurse Ting Choy (f)
Nurse Natalie Winston-Glass (f)
Nurse Andrew Nicol (m)

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

The health visitors have an office in the surgery and also at the Rowanpark Clinic and can be contacted by phoning 0141 276 8845.

Counsellors

Ms Anne Nisbet (f)

Addiction Counsellor

Anne attends our Tuesday drug clinic and offer support to patients with drug addiction issues. She is based at the Govan Area Community AddictionTeam and can be contacted by phoning 0141 276 8740.

 

Attached Staff

Mrs Luisa Crawford (f)

Dietician

Our dietician can help with a variety of diet related health issues. These include weight reduction, advice on illnesses which require special dietary changes such as diabetes, coeliac disease and iron deficiency anaemia’s and general healthy eating advice.

She is happy to see patients of all ages. General appointments can be arranged at reception. Specialist diabetic appointments are normally organised by our nurses.

Mr Phil Donnelly (m)

Phil is our Community Links Practitioner. Phil will work one-to-one with people to help them address various issues, such as social issues, that affect their health. He can help people to find and access various activities, services or sources of support and advice around the local area or further afield.

Just ask the GP, nurse or receptionist to make an appointment and Phil would be happy to meet you.

 
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