Carnoustie Medical Group
Parkview Primary Care Centre
Open Monday to Friday 8am - 6pm
Dr McNaughton has been a GP Trainer and Associate Adviser for Tayside Centre for General Practice for many years and is actively involved in teaching and training of GP learners at every level. Dr McNaughton is the GP Speciality Training Programme Director for the Eastward GP training programme in Tayside and NE Fife. She is also the GP Careers Advisor. She is clinical lead in the practice for Cancer, Palliative Care, Epilepsy, Obesity and Hypothyroidism.
Dr Morton has a special interest in alternative medicine, child and women's health and family planning. Dr Morton is the clinical lead in the practice for Mental Health, Dementia and Depression.
Dr Roberts is a GP Trainer and is actively involved in the teaching and training of medical students and GP learners at every stage. She has a special interest and expertise in Women's and Children's health. Dr Roberts is also the practice clinical lead for Diabetes and Information Technology and is a GP Appraiser for NHS Tayside.
Dr Galbraith is a GP Trainer and is actively involved in teaching and training of GP learners at every level. Dr Galbraith is clinical lead in the practice for Hypertension and Chronic Kidney Disease.
Dr Howe first came to the practice as a GP Registrar in August 2006 and we were very pleased to welcome her into partnership at Carnoustie on 1 October 2008, and has an interest and expertise in Family Planning including Coil and Implanon insertion. Dr Howe is the practice clinical lead for Stroke and TIA.
Dr Khan has been associated with Carnoustie Medical Group since 2006, having joined as a trainee general practitioner and then as a longterm locum. We were delighted when he joined the practice in partnership on 1 January 2011.
Dr Davies completed his general practitioner training in Chesterfield 2008 working as a locum or salaried doctor in general practice since then. He joined the practice on 1 October 2012 and has a special interest in sports medicine.
Dr Knighton first joined the practice in 2012 as a GP Registrar. She has come back, after a short period of time, to work with us again. She has a special interest in Palliative medicine and Paediatric medicine, which she is undertaking further study to become a Paediatric Scholar. Dr Knighton is also involved with the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and acts as the East Scotland Lead for the First Five Group.
The Business manager is responsible for the co-ordination and management of all non-clinical aspects of the practice including strategic direction. Areas included are Personnel and Training; Teambuilding; Systems Organisation; Finance; Health and Safety; Information Management, Computing and Audit.
Clare manages the day to day operation of the practice as well as GMS Contract responsibilities. Responsible for group GMS Contract chronic disease management call and recall systems, stocking of stationery and equipment for the group, data and spreadsheet management including updating patient electronic records and the day to day management of the computer system including teaching new staff.
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