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Doctors

Dr Susan Lyon

MBChB MRCGP DPCDM

I graduated from Glasgow University & have worked as a GP within this practice in Drumchapel since 1994. I am a Member of the Royal College of GPs.
I have a postgraduate diploma in the management of Diabetes in primary care and I am responsible for the diabetes clinic within the practice. This is an aspect of my work which I find extremely satisfying & fulfilling.
I enjoy working as part of a team & enjoy the diversity & challenges that we constantly face in General Practice.

Hours:
 All day Monday, Wednesday and Thursday

Dr Peter Cawston

MBChB MSc DRCOG DGM FRCGP

GP Principal and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer

I have worked as a GP in Drumchapel since 1999. I have previously worked in France and Latin America and I speak fluent French and Spanish. I have a specialist qualification in substance misuse management and I am responsible for the practice drugs misuse clinic. My other professional interests include epilepsy,dementia, mental health problems, care of the elderly, end of life care and the effects of poverty on health. I am also  the practice business partner.

I am the clinical lead for the Scottish Government Links Worker Programme. I am also currently a steering group member of GPs at the Deep End. I am a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and I was previously a lecturer at the University of Glasgow.

Hours: Monday morning, Tuesday all day, Wednesday all day, Thursday afternoon.

Dr Jennifer McAtear

MBChB MRCGP

Following graduation in 1993 I worked for five years in various hospital specialities. I enjoyed every department I worked in and was reluctant to select just one speciality and forsake all others.. That's when I realised that General Practice would be right for me. I completed my GP training and became a Member of the Royal College of GPs in 1999, returning to hospital briefly for a further 6 months to gain additional experience before settling down to life as a full-time GP.

Hours:  Monday, Tuesday & Thursday all day and Friday morning.

Dr Jude Marshall

MBChB BSc DFSRH DRCOG MRCGP

I graduated from Medical School in Glasgow in 2004 after completing my BSc (Hons) at St Andrews University in 1999. As I had always wanted to become a generalist I then spent a number of years in training, mainly in North East Glasgow, to become a GP and I joined this practice as a partner in 2010. As well as being a Member of the Royal College of GPs I have postgraduate diplomas in sexual health and gynaecology.

My main area of professional interest is Palliative Care. I previously worked at the Marie Curie Hospice in Stobhill and I undertake training for local GPs in the palliative care. I am also the lead trainer in the Practice for GP training.

Hours: Tuesday to Friday all day

Dr Angela Martin

MBChB MRCGP MRCP

After qualifying in 2002 I worked in a variety of hospital specialites. I then worked in General Medicine for around 3 years before deciding to pursue General Practice as my chosen specialty. I am a member of both the Royal College of GPs and the Royal College of Physicians. I am also undertaking a higher qualification in Sexual Health and Contraception.  I am also a trainer in the Practice for GPs in training.

I really enjoy being a GP and the challenges that it brings but mostly I enjoy the continuity of seeing patients on a regular basis. 

Hours: I work Monday and Tuesday all day, Thursday morning and Friday all day.

Dr Barbara Meyer

MBChB 2000, MRCP, MRCGP, DCH, dip Dermatology  

I graduated in 2000 from The University Of Glasgow and initially worked in Australia in accident and emergency. Having decided on a career in dermatology, I trained as a physician in Cambridge before returning to Glasgow. Although I continued to be interested in dermatology, I realised that in order to really treat any condition it is more satisfying if you can influence other aspects of a patient's life and health which play a part in their problems. General practice was the solution for me. 

My special interests are child health, substance misuse and dermatology. 
I work Wednesday all day  and Friday morning.
Dr Sally Reeves

Dr Sally Reeves joined the Practice in February 2017 where she will continue her training with us until August 2017.  We wish her well in her new adventure towards practicing in General Practice. 

Dr Laura Davidson

Dr Davidson will join the team on Wednesday 3rd August as our Specialist GP Trainee.

 
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