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The Lennox Practice, Main Street, Alexandria, West Dunbartonshire, G83 0UETel: 01389 828616
BSc,MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP, St Andrews 1985, Manchester 1988. Dr Gordon is a full-time partner and Trainer. He is the Training Programme Director for GP's in training in Glasgow & Clyde area.
MBChB—Glasgow 1987, MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, Dip GUM, MIPM. Part time GP Partner and Trainer. Special interest in menopause, sexual health and contraceptive care. Fits coils and implants. Member of the Instiute of Psychosexual Medicine. Also runs shared care addictions clinic.
MB ChB (Glasgow, 1998), DRCOG, DCH, Dip Derm (Glasgow), Diploma in Practical Dermatology (Cardiff), MRCGP. I trained at the University of Glasgow and have worked in Glasgow and Cardiff as a GP for almost 15 years. I currently work part-time and have a special interest in dermatology.
RN DiPHCE, BSc Honour, Diabetes Dip, Independent & Supplementary Nurse Prescribing. Sister McLaren qualified as a Registered Nurse in 2000 and has been with the Lennox practice since 2008.
RGN. Sister Halliday qualified in 1998 and joined the Lennox practice 2011. She has a special interest in Family Planning / nexplanon
The Practice Nurse work includes:
Monitoring of chronic diseases such as Coronary Heart Disease, Asthma, COPD, Diabetes, Hypertension, Cervical smears, contraception advice, lifestyle advice, weight management, injections, travel health promotion and vaccinations.
My core duties are taking bloods, B12 injections, New Patient Medicals and Flu / Pneumo vaccinations.
Our healthcare assistant has ongoing training from our practice nurses and gained her Health Care Support Worker Certificate at Glasgow Caledonian University in 2008. Marie is available for bloods and blood pressure Monday to Thursday.
Practice Manager / Partner
Our core administration team help with the day to day running of patient services.
The reception team deal with all general enquiries, prescription requests, appointments and mail.
If you change your name, telephone number or address, please inform reception on 01389 828616.
All our practice team are bound by rules of confidentiality and data protection.
Primary Care Pharmacist
The pharmacy team liaise between Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board and the partners on prescribing issues. They also carry out reviews of patients repeat medication and provide a support service to the practice in relation to medication.
The practice works closely with the district nursing team who give nursing care to patients in their homes, particularly frail and elderly patients.
You may contact the district nurses on 01389 828315.
The practice works closely with the health visitors who are involved in the healthcare of patients, particularly children, expectant mothers, the elderly and the physically handicapped. You may contact the health visitors on 01389 828329.
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