We have 7 GP Partners attached to Tayview Medical Practice. Details of each partner, and their interests, can be found below.
We are also fortunate to have medical students attached to our practice for short periods. With the patient's consent, they may also consult with the GP and learn about general practice.
At times, such as when a doctor is on annual leave, the Practice will use a locum doctor in order to assist the Practice. Locum doctors are fully qualified general practitioners and have been fully certified by NHS health boards to enable them to locum at practices.
Our Practice Nursing team is experienced in providing you with a wide range of services. Such services include chronic disease management (assisting you with the management of any chronic diseases you may have such as asthma or diabetes), wound dressing, ear syringing, the taking of blood samples, blood pressure checks, travel advice and other vaccinations, cervical screening, pre-school child booster immunisations and health promotion/education.
|Ms Helen Connelly (f)|
RGN (1981), Diploma in COPD, Diploma in Asthma
Helen, who has over 10 years experience as a practice nurse, joined Tayview in August 2016 having previously worked as a Practice Nurse at another practice in Tayside. Helen completed her nurse training in 1981 and has worked within a variety of departments within both the NHS and private sector bringing with her a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Helen has gained two diplomas in COPD and Asthma and has good clinical knowledge in wound care/tissue viability, doppler and leg ulcer assessment, diabetes care, providing lifestyle advice, diabetic foot assessment, chronic disease management, cervical screening, childhood immunisations and travel advice.
Helen works Monday to Friday and rotates between both practices.
|Ms Barbara McGlashan (f)|
BA Nursing Studies with Distinction (Glasgow Caledonian University) 1991, BSc (Hons) Community Health Nursing (Queen Margaret University) 2011.
Barbara joined Tayview in August 2016 having previously worked within the Community Nursing Team at NHS Tayside as a Senior Charge Nurse. Barbara completed her nurse training in 1991 and has worked within a variety of departments within NHS Fife, NHS Tayside and NHS Greater Glasgow bringing a wealth of nursing expertise with her to Tayview.
Barbara is a qualified nurse prescriber and has clinical expertise in wound care/tissue viability, doppler and leg ulcer assessment, diabetes care, providing lifestyle advice, diabetic foot assessment and chronic disease management. She is currently undertaking training for cervical screening and can also provide patients with travel advice. Barbara has Diplomas in CHD management and Managing Diabetes in the Community. She also has certificates in Leading Better Care, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
Barbara works Monday to Friday and rotates between both practices.
Our team of experienced healthcare assistants can assist with the provision of blood taking, blood pressure checks, certain vaccinations, ear syringing, ECGs, Warfarin clinics, spirometry, height/weight/BMI measurements, alcohol advice and the monitoring of some chronic diseases such as heart disease or high blood pressure.
|Mrs Katherine (Kay) Morrison (f)|
|Ms Sandra Gillespie (f)|