At Carnoustie Medical Group we have 7 GP Partners and 2 Salaried GPs available for consultations.
DR LYNDA J. MORTON
MBCHB ABERDEEN 1982
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 LAURA ROBERTS
MBCHB DUNDEE 1998, FRCGP, DFSRH
Dr Roberts is a GP Trainer and is actively involved in the teaching and training of GP learners at every stage. She has a special interest and expertise in child health. She has an interest in women's health and has qualifications in family planning services including coil and contraceptive implant insertion. Dr Roberts is also the practice lead for information technology, immunisations and diabetes.
DR STEPHEN GALBRAITH
MBCHB DUNDEE 1991, MRCGP, DRCOG
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. He has a special interest in sports medicine and joint injection.
DR LINDSEY HOWE
MBCHB DUNDEE 2003, MRCGP (with Distinction), DRCOG, DFSRH
Dr Lindsey Howe has been a Partner in the Practice since 2007. Dr Howe is an Undergraduate Trainer for the Practice and teaches 4th and 5th year medical students. Dr Howe has a special interest and expertise in family planning and coil and contraceptive implant insertion. Outside of work, Lindsey is a keen skiier and mother of two children.
DR TAIMUR KHAN
MBBS KARACHI 2002; MRCGP 2009
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 AMY KNIGHTON
MBCHB DUNDEE 2010, MRCGP, DCH, BSC (HONS) 2005
Dr Knighton first joined the practice in 2012 as a GP Registrar. She has come back, after a short period of time away, to work with us again. She has a special interest in palliative medicine and paediatric medicine, having recently finished her diploma in child health. Dr Knighton is also involved with the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) as first five lead for East Scotland and chair of the RCGP Scotland AiT and First Five committee. In her spare time she helps with a local Brownie Unit, loves to sing and bake, and volunteers each summer with 'Over the wall', a charity which gives kids with serious illness access to free summer camps.
Dr Finlay JM Davies
MBCHB ABERDEEN 1984, DAvMed, DCH, Dip Obs, DFFP, FRAeS
Dr Davies joined the practice in 2018. Dr Davies graduated from Aberdeen University in 1984, and has been a GP since 1991. After 13 years as a partner in General Practice he spent 12 years in the RAF so is experienced in military and aviation medicine. He regards himself as a true generalist, but with a specific interest in minor surgery.