Our GPs provide overarching responsibility for patient care and handle most serious, acute and complex issues.

Dr Kenneth O’Neill (m)
MB ChB, BSC, MRCGP – Partner

Dr O’Neill joined the practice in 1988 and is the Senior Partner.

His areas of special interest include palliative care and care of the elderly, and he has been involved in research into dementia.

Dr Lesley Hay (f)
MB ChB, MRCGP – Partner

Dr Hay is a full time partner and joined the practice in 1991. She has responsibility for diabetic care within the practice and other areas of interest include palliative care and medical education.

She is also the partner responsible for handling any complaints received by the practice.

Dr Mark Fawcett (m)
MB ChB, MRCGP, MML – Partner

Dr Fawcett joined the practice in 2002 and currently works 7 sessions a week in the surgery. He is involved in supervising and mentoring medical students in the practice. Dr Fawcett runs the drug addiction / substance misuse clinic.

Dr Fawcett is a member of the LMC (Glasgow Medical Committee) and the Scottish General Practitioners’ Committee of the BMA.  He has a special interest in Medical Ethics.

Dr Gillian Kidd (f)
MB ChB, MRCGP – Partner

Dr Kidd joined the practice in 2008 and works 6 sessions a week. Since joining us she has developed our new Implanon fitting service. She covers the 6 week baby check clinic when Dr Gilsenan is unavailable.

She also has the role of GP Trainer supervising our Registrar GP’s.

Dr Maeve Gilsenan (f)
BSc, MBChB, MRCGP – Partner

Dr Gilsenan completed her training in Midlock Medical Centre and joined  us  as a  6 session partner in September 2014. Dr Gilsenan looks after the Child Health Clinic and carries out all the 6 week baby checks.

Dr Gilsenan also has responsibility for supervising any Medical Students on placement within the Practice.

Dr Gilsenan also has an interest in care of the elderly and visits the Care Homes we cover weekly.

Dr Kevin Currie (m)
MB ChB, MRCGP – Partner

Dr Currie completed his training in July 2014 and joined us as a partner in September 2014, he currently works 8 sessions.

Dr Currie has an interest in care of the elderly and is one of our lead GP’s for the Care Homes we look after. Dr Currie has also recently become involved in supervision and mentoring or medical registrars in the practice.

Dr Amanda Rodger (f)

Dr. Rodger is our GP Retainer who works Thursday’s and Friday’s at Midlock.

A GP Retainer is a fully registered GP with other commitments who chooses to undertake a limited amount of general practice work in order to maintain their skills. 

Dr Pete Horne (m)


Dr Alexandra Bamford (f)
Currently on maternity leave

Dr Fatima Chauhdry (f)

Dr Prithvi Shiva-Kumar (m)

Dr Victoria McKay (f)

Dr Matt Watson (m)

GP registrars are qualified doctors who have chosen to specialise in general practice. You may be asked whether you would be willing to have your consultation videoed as part of their training and feedback process. It is a useful educational tool that helps our trainees develop their consultation skills. Should you wish not to have your consultation videoed please let reception know. Our Registrars will be pleased to see you with or without the consultation being videoed.