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Mill Lane Surgery, 4 Mill Lane, Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 6TLTel: 0131 5541274
(GMC 2949295) MB ChB (1984 Sheffield) MRCGP DCCH
Special interests: Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Family Planning and Teaching 2nd year Medical Students
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Special interests: Paediatrics and Teaching Final Year Medical Students
(GMC 3087721) MB ChB (Edinburgh 1985) DRCOG MRCGP
Special interests: 5th year student tutor, medicine of the elderly, tropical medicine and women's health.
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Special interests: Psychotherapy, Homeopathy, Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Nutrition
You may not always need to see a GP. Our Practice Nurses and Healthcare Assistant run clinics throughout the week and can offer many types of treatment. Please check with the receptionist to ensure that you book your appointment with the correct nurse for:
Monitoring of chronic diseases including: -
We will send you a letter inviting you to make an appointment for an annual review. These reviews are normally carried out by the nursing team.
Patients who have a confirmed pregnancy should contact the local antenatal service to arrange for their first and subsequent appointments with the midwife.
The number to phone is: 536 2009.
The District Nurses provide nursing and health care in the community, normally in the patient's home. Referrals are made by the patient's GP or by the hospital, following an admission.
To contact the District Nurse, telephone 536 6394
30 years experience as a mental health nurse. Worked within the community for last 25 years.
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