Dr Derek Dunbar MBChB, 1985, Dundee, MRCGP

Dr Dunbar graduated from Dundee University in 1985 and gained wide hospital-based experience prior to settling into general practice in 1993. He has a special interest in asthma and COPD and enjoys working in the practice based respiratory clinics. Other special interests include Diabetes and the diagnosis and management of skin problems in general practice, including minor surgery.

Dr Finlay Currie MBChB, 1987, Aberdeen, MRCGP, Dip.Occ.Med.

Dr Currie graduated from Aberdeen University in 1987 and gained experience in a wide variety of hospital specialties before joining the practice in 1994. His special interests include Diabetes and he oversees the diabetic clinics. He enjoys performing minor surgery. In addition, he has a special interest in occupational health.

Dr Fiona Clare MB BChir, 1986, Cambridge, MRCGP, DRCOG

Dr Clare graduated from Cambridge and London in 1986. She moved to Scotland in 1987. Her particular interests include teenage health, family planning and women’s health, including menopause. She is an undergraduate tutor for Dundee University Medical students.

Dr Sharon Lee MBChB, 1997, Dundee, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP

Dr Lee graduated from the University of Dundee in 1997 and in the following four years gained extensive experience in hospitals in Scotland, England and Northern Ireland. In 2001 she returned to Scotland to complete her qualification in general practice. Her special interests include family planning, child health, women’s health and palliative care.

Dr Emma Wilson MBChB, 2003, Aberdeen, MRCGP, DCH, DFSRH

Dr Wilson graduated from Aberdeen University in 2003 and covered a wide variety of specialities working throughout Scotland. Her special interests include child health and family planning. In addition to being one of the trainers for GP Registrars, Dr Wilson is involved with work in the local postgraduate department.

Dr Morgan Davage MBChB, 2001, Dundee, MRCS, MRCGP

Dr Davage graduated from Dundee University in 2001.He worked locally in Tayside in a variety of specialities whilst training as a Surgeon. Following this he became a GP in 2007. He joined the Practice in June 2014 following 7 years as a GP Partner in Dundee. He has an interest in ENT, respiratory medicine and minor surgery. Dr Davage is one of the trainers for GP Registrars

Dr Jane Crawford

Jane Crawford is a native of South Carolina and graduated with an MD from the Medical University of South Carolina,Charleston. She completed her residency training and board certification in Family Medicine in 1996 and was in private practice in North Carolina before moving to Scotland in 2003. She worked as a GP in Moray before relocating to Perth. Her interests include family planning, minor surgery, and paediatrics.  She is an undergraduate tutor for Dundee University Medical students.


Practice Nurse Team

We have 2 practice nurses and a Health Care Assistant.   Karen Jack joined us from secondary care in 2017. She has recently completed her practice nurse diploma through NES.  Kirsty McLellan joined us in January 2019 coming from a community setting.  Our experienced Health Care Assistant, Cindy Goodrum had been with us since 2003

Together they carry out a variety of roles including:

  • collection of blood samples
  • travel advice
  • ear syringing
  • clinics for chronic diseases (such as Asthma, Hypertension and Diabetes)

The reception team will guide you as to which nurse can best address your nursing needs.

District Nurses

There are 4 District Nurses at the surgery.  The district nurses visit housebound patients in their own homes and assess their healthcare needs, providing and co-ordinating a holistic and quality-driven service to patients within the practice.  They work closely with carers, GP’s, hospitals, Palliative Services, Social Work, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Podiatry Services.

Health Visitors

We have a team of health visitors based at the practice made up of Elspeth MacGregor, Shelly Cameron & Aileen Havlin.

The Health Visitor Team at the surgery work alongside the doctors and other members of the Primary Health Care team.  Their primary aim is to promote general health and well being in individuals and families. They visit patients at home, but also provide services within the practice which covers a wide range of social and healthcare problems.  These services include: health advice to under 5’s, immunisations, developmental assessments and support services for young mothers.

Tracey Kime-Warner – Practice Pharmacist

Tracey Kime-Warner is our Locality Pharmacist with NHS Tayside who works in the medical centre. She provides advice and support on a wide variety of medication and prescribing issues to the practice medical and admin staff. She liaises with community and hospital pharmacists and can also advise patients and carers directly when required.

Tracy Kime - Pharmacist

Claire Todd – Practice Manager

Claire joined the Practice as reception supervisor in 2013 having previously worked in another local practice for a few years.  She was promoted to Practice Manager in 2019. She has completed the Practice Manager vocational training course through NES. She has a wealth of knowledge in primary care, deals with staff and is the first contact for any suggestions or complaints patients may have.

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Reception and Admin Staff

We have a highly skilled and efficient team of support staff including receptionist, administrators and a secretary.  They deal with a variety of tasks as well as manning a busy reception desk.

Our receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries.  They can provide information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query.  Receptionists make the majority of the patient appointments with GPs and nurses.

Please assist our receptionists when you are asked for what may seem like personal details – the information is to help the doctor, nurse or healthcare assistant who is going to be dealing with your problem.  All staff are bound by confidentiality protocols

The admin team perform important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, dealing with financial claims, dealing with patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits. They also issue the letters recalling patients in for clinics.

Jenni Parsons is our Practice Secretary.

We do not tolerate aggression or inappropriate behavior toward staff as they have the right to work in a safe environment. Any incidents will be reported to the police and may result in patietns being removed from our list.

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