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Millig Practice12 East King StreetHelensburghG84 7QL01436 email@example.com, Tel: 01436 673366
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MBChB (1992), MRCGP, DRCOG
Surgery times: Consults all day Monday and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday mornings.
Dr Reitano joined the practice in 1996. She is involved in child health surveillance and antenatal care.
BM (1988), MRCP (Paeds 1991), MRCGP (1999), DRCOG (1999)
Surgery times: Consults all day on Monday and Tuesday & Wednesday and Thursday mornings.
Dr Clarke has a special interest in paediatrics having completed her membership exams in 1991. She is a busy mother with a keen interest in environmental issues. Enjoys walking and canoeing.
MBChB (1991), DGM, MRCGP
Surgery times: Consults Monday and Wednesday morning, all day Thursday and Friday.
Special interest in geriatric medicine.
MBChB (2001), BSc. (Hons), DCH, MRCGP, Dip. Orth Med (SOM)
Surgery times: Consults all day Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
I did my medical training in Edinburgh followed by GP training in the Borders. I have also worked as a GP in New Zealand. My special interests include minor surgery and musculoskeletal medicine. I am an experienced practitioner of acupuncture which I mainly use for joint and muscle problems.
MBChB (Baghdad) 1996, MRCGP
Surgery times: consults all day Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Qualifying as a doctor in 1996 I went on to work in General and Geriatric Medicine for some time before training as a GP in the Scottish Borders. After qualifying as a GP in 2006 I went on to work as a GP in London. I have retained my special interest in general medical problems. As a busy father of young children I enjoy spending time with family and keeping up to date with the latest technology.
Surgery times: Consults Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
I have been a qualified GP for 18 years, having previously worked in Dumbarton and then Garelochhead. Over the past couple of years I have spent more time working in hospital as part of the Clyde Breast Surgery Team and as well as doing many shifts for the GP Out of Hours service based at the Vale of Leven. I am now delighted to join the team here at Millig Practice, and I will be working half of my time here in the practice and the other half I will continue with the Clyde Breast team. I am looking forward to becoming an integral part of the Practice here and working alongside the excellent team of doctors, nurses and administration staff to deliver the best care we are able for our patients
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The practice nurses are involved in running various clinics in conjunction with the doctors and appointments can be made at reception.
Dressings, blood pressure and injections are dealt with in the Treatment Room
Health Care Assistant/Phlebotomist
The healthcare assistants are involved in taking blood, carrying out new patient checks, hypertension reviews, seasonal vaccinations and more. Appointments are available every day to see one of our healthcare assistants.
Assistant Practice Manager
The management team is involved in managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The team supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
The district nursing service is part of the practice team providing nursing care and advice to those who are housebound. The district nurses are also available by telephone on 01436-655-026.
Health visitors provide a preventative and counselling role for the practice with a special interest in family healthcare and care of elderly. The health visitors are available by telephone on 01436 655145.
We now have a Physiotherapy Team who have joined the Practice. They will see patients over the age of 16 with musculoskeletal problems. Appointments can be booked in advance through reception.