Meet The Team
- Nursing Staff
- Healthcare Assistant and Phlebotomists
- Practice Manager
- Administrative Team
- District Nurses
- Health Visitor
Dr Kerry Stevens, GP Partner (MA MBBChir PhD MRCGP)
Days of Work: Monday Morning, Thursday All Day.
Dr Alexa Hughes, GP Partner (MBChB MRCGP)
Days of Work: Monday All Day, Tuesday Morning, Wednesday All Day.
Dr Robbie Bolton, GP Partner (MBChB MRCGP DRCOG DCCH)
Days of Work: Monday Morning, Tuesday All Day, Alternate Thursday / Friday all day
Dr Chin Chong, Salaried GP (MBChB BScHons, MRCGP)
Days of Work: Monday All Day, Wednesday All Day, Alternate Thursday / Friday all day.
Dr Emadeldein Elhaj, GP Trainee
|Dr David McIntyre, GP Trainee
Dr David McIntyre is a fully trained and experienced doctor who is in his final year of becoming a General Practitioner. He will be with the Practice until the end of August 2021. Dr McIntyre is supervised by Dr. Bolton.
Days of work: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday all day.
As part of their training Dr Elhaj and Dr McIntyre may occasionally ask if they can record their consultations on video for discussion with a supervisor at a later date. They may also want to record your consultation via telephone. This is a routine part of their training. You will be informed in advance if your appointment is to be recorded, and you will be given the option of declining to be filmed or recorded.
Jenni Yuill, Practice Nurse
Days of Work: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday All Day, Thursday morning.
Fiona McLaughlin, Practice Nurse (RCN)
Special interests: Diabetes, Asthma and COPD.
Days of Work: Thursday afternoons and Friday mornings.
Specific services offered by our Practice Nurses include:
- Treatment of minor injuries, cuts and bruises
- Dressings and suture removal
- Cervical smears
- Contraception pill checks and contraceptive depot injections
- Travel health vaccinations and advice
- Flu, Shingles, Whooping Cough, MMR and Pneumococcal vaccinations
- Ear syringing
- Chronic disease management of: Asthma, Cardiovascular disease, COPD, Diabetes, Hypertension and Kidney disease
Carole is fully trained to take bloods at the request of a Doctor. She also works as part of the Administrative team at the Practice.
Practice Development Manager
The Practice Manager, Grazyna, is responsible for engaging with the primary health care team, conducting annual staff appraisals to include training plans, and continually looking at ways to enhance patient services including patient safety. She also manages the business side of the Practice, and operates the Practice Complaints Procedure. Please do not hesitate to contact Grazyna if you have any questions, suggestions or complaints about the Practice.
|Jay McNeill (Assistant Practice Manager)|
|Carole Paterson (Medical Receptionist / Phlebotomist)|
|Erin Nisbett (Medical Receptionist)|
|Elaine Morgan (Medical Receptionist and Summariser)|
Margaret Aston (Medical Receptionist)
|Fiona McLeod (Medical Receptionist)|
Our Office Team is here to provide a welcome Reception service to patients and visitors, and to deal with many sensitive and complicated patient matters. On of our team is appropriately trained to take blood samples. Carole may also visit patients (by request from a Doctor), who are too ill to attend the surgery to take blood tests at their home. The team also carries out a lot of “behind-the-scenes” complex work such as rota management, managing messages, calling and recalling patients to specialist clinics, generating repeat prescriptions, entering data and coding conditions and various secretarial duties.
District Nursing Team
Our District Nurses provide nursing care in your home if you need it, often on discharge from hospital. They can also provide equipment, advice, education and support to allow you to live more independently and safely at home. The District Nursing team are available 8.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., 5 days a week and can be contacted via Reception on 01875 610248 or on 01875 618954 direct. Between 4.30 p.m. and 6.00 p.m. Monday to Friday, our Receptionist can pass your message to an “on call” District Nurse. If you feel you need a District Nurse after 6.00 p.m., at weekends or on public holidays, please call NHS-24 on 111.
Health Visitors are particularly involved with family matters and the care of pre-school children. They run the children’s immunisation clinics and baby checks at Ormiston Medical Practice. Further to this they provide information, advice, education and support on many health related issues to parents, such as accident prevention, feeding problems and immunisations. The main Health Visitors Office based in Tranent can be reached on 01875 618952, or through a Receptionist on 01875 610248.