This practice has reached the required high standard for training general practitioners
and other health professionals and we have qualified doctors training to be a general
practitioner and other specialists joining the team.
Meet Our Staff
The practice manager will be able to help you with any comments you may have on
the way the practice is run and will welcome any constructive suggestions in writing
to help us maintain and improve our services to you. His remit is to ensure an efficient
and friendly service to the highest possible standard is provided for our patients.
Mr Ian Evans
Miss Dori Gyulai,
Miss Catherine Marshall, Receptionist
Miss Lauren Scott, Receptionist
Mrs Edina Singh, Receptionist
Shauna Hyde, Receptionist
Conan Doyle Medical Centre
Karen Lee is responsible for operations at the Conan Doyle Medical Centre - she is
happy to hear your comments - both good and bad and her remit is to ensure an efficient
and friendly service to the highest possible standard.
Conan Doyle Medical Centre
Mrs Ella O'Malley, Receptionist/Administrator
Miss Cheryl Gardner, Receptionist/Administrator
Mrs Meichelle Sproule, Receptionist/Administrator
Miss Lesley Richardson, Receptionist/Administrator
Appointments are available Weekdays 8.30am - 6.00pm
Our practice nurses are highly trained, specialising in the management of long-term
conditions and run specialist clinics in diabetes, coronary heart disease, respiratory
disease and sexual health. In addition they assess and co-ordinate medical or nursing
care required after discharge from hospital.
Our nurses carry out regular cervical smears and can assist with contraceptive advice.
Treatment Room Nurse
Our treatment room see patients by appointment and can also give telephone advice
and results. They provide a treatment room service, which includes first aid to minor
injuries, smears, dressing of wounds and leg ulcers, removal of sutures, routine
injections and immunisations. Our nurses also offer registration medicals to new
Our Phlebotomist holds a clinic most mornings for patients who require blood tests
Health board pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are becoming more involved in the
care of patients in General Practice. Having the pharmacy team working in our surgery
provides valuable medicines support, a close link with our community pharmacy teams
and allows our GPs to focus their skills and time where they are most needed for
patients who have more complex needs.
Who are our pharmacy team?
The pharmacy team are:
June Edwards Zainab Hayat
What does the pharmacy team do?
Provide expertise on day-to-day medicines
Give advice for patients taking multiple medications
Carry out medication reviews and other medicines-related support, including discussing
Give help for patients with their medicines following a stay in hospital, particularly
if there has been a change in regimen
Answer medications and prescription-related questions
Support managing patients’ long-term conditions, such as high blood pressure
When you may get an appointment with one of the pharmacy team
Our pharmacists can provide telephone and face-to-face appointments. The pharmacists,
pharmacy technicians or the doctors often review some or all of your medicines and
may want to talk with you about the medicines you are currently taking. In the practice
we like to review your medicine at least once a year, or more often if needed.
You may have heard people referring to Polypharmacy. It means lots of medicines.
A medicine review is particularly useful for people who take a lot of medicines;
for these people their medicines review may be called a Polypharmacy Review. Further
information is on the NHS Scotland’s website Polypharmacy: Manage medicines or the
Managing Multiple Medicines app (available at: Polypharmacy: Manage Medicines)
Information on how you and your doctor (or other healthcare professional) can work
together to decide whether you need a medicine and, if so, which to prescribe, can
be found in the Healthcare Improvement Scotland publication Medicines in Scotland:
What's the right treatment for me?. This booklet also explains the likely benefits
and possible risks of medicines.