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Physician Assistants

Mr Raees Ahmed

Physician Assistant


Our Pharmacist advises us on all aspects of prescribing within the practice. This includes providing information and clinical advice on medicines, making recommendations on cost effectiveness, reviewing individual patient's medication and other prescribing projects. He works with all members of the primary healthcare team and with patients. Any change he suggests to individual medication regimes is with the full knowledge and agreement of the doctors.

Mr Kevin Rothnie

BSc, MSc in Clinical Pharmacy, MRPharmS, Pharmacist Prescriber

Kevin runs a high blood pressure clinic on Tuesday afternoons and Thursday mornings. He is also involved with managing patients started on warfarin.

Community Nurses

B McGrory

RGN,Certificate in Nursing.

Interest in Palliative Care

V Easton

Bachelor of Nursing

Interest in the Anticoagulation Service & Palliative Care

K Lees

RGN Diploma of Higher Education in Nursing

Interest in Palliative & wound care

K Baxter

Bachelor of Nursing Degree , Community Staff Nurse

Interest in Palliative & Stoma Care

G Brown

Bachelor of Nursing Degree, Community Staff nurse

Interests are palliative care and wound management

Tracey Carnegie

Bachelor of Nursing Degree, Community Staff Nurse

Interest in Wound Care

Arlene Kerrigan

Bachelor of Nursing degree, Community Staff Nurse

Zoe Slessor

Student District Nurse

J McRitchie

Healthcare Assistant

S Valentine

Healthcare Assistant

Rebecca McLaren (f)

The District Nursing Service provide professional nursing assessment, care, advice and support in the community/community care setting for all age groups, including

  • Those who need nursing intervention to prevent any deterioration in their condition or unnecessary admission to hospital.
  • Facilitation of early discharge from hospital.
  • Palliative/terminal care patients and their families/carers.
  • Promotion of healthy living and advice if required or requested, for example weight management, exercise, alcohol intake, smoking and safety in the home.
  • Patients with complex needs, with physical disability, or with long–term conditions.
  • Support, teaching, education, training and advice for carers.

They will encourage and assist you towards self-care through a programme of rehabilitation, provision of – or advice on – essential equipment and services which are available.

They are part of a team working along with GPs, Health Visitors, Practice Nurses and many specialist nurses across Angus. We also work jointly with Local Authority, Social Work, Early Supported Discharge/Prevention of Admission Team, Hospital Staff, Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, Support Groups, Crossroads, Continence Advisory & Treatment Service, as well as many other agencies and can provide access or referral for services where appropriate.

The District Nursing Service operates from 8am until 10pm on a referral system basis for anyone who requires professional nursing assessment and/or care within their home or community care setting. To access this service please phone 01307 468889. One of the team will then contact or visit you to assess your needs. Your nursing plan of care, dressings and other equipment will be left for all the team to use. Please keep them together and in a safe place.

Health Visitors

The Health Visiting Service provides professional care, support and advice to promote and achieve health and wellbeing for pre-school children.

The Service is available to antenatal women, pre-school children and their families.

Health Visitors work in partnership with all parents, carers and other organisations to support them in giving their children the best possible start in life.

Health Visitors are trained nurses who have undergone additional training and who have expertise and experience in child health and development and family health in general.

Other members of the Health Visiting Team include Early Years Support Workers who are trained to work with children in the early years and administration staff who provide support to them. 

All team members work together to ensure that you receive the service you need.

Please feel free to ask your Health Visitor any questions that you have when you meet.

Health Visitors spend a lot of their working day on home visits however all teams have answerphones and will aim to get back to you as soon as they can if you leave a message by calling 01307 468888.  Health Visiting is a Monday - Friday service, offering both home visiting and clinic contacts. 


Ms Ellice Parsley
Ms Keri Hollis
Ms Gillian Gregory
Ms Tracey Will
Lynn Ogilvie


Attached Staff

Ashley McGregor

Community Development Worker 

Ashley from Voluntary Action Angus, can provide information on local community groups, opportunities for socialising and getting involved.

She can offer information on how you can access support from local voluntary organisations and services that may  be able to help& support you. If you would like to make an appointment or just pop in for a chat you can contact Ashley at Academy Medical Centre on 01307 462316 or alternatively you can call Voluntary Action Angus on 01307 466113.  You can also self-refer to her service by completing the the referral form.

Self-referral form for Voluntary Action Angus

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