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Changes to the clinical team at New Dyce

Last month we said farewell to Dr Isabel Henderson who has been looking after our diabetic patients for the past two years and retired at the end of May, and this month it is the turn of Dr Bobby Lamberton who retires at the end of June.  The practice has been planning for these changes, so had already recruited Dr Lamberton's replacement in the partnership at Scotstown allowing Dr Ben Crockett to assume the role of lead GP for New Dyce. Dr Lamberton has been heavily involved in the setting up and support of New Dyce medical practice and will be missed by all of us. Dr Hani Zakri has now also moved into the role of GP lead for diabetics, so patients should be assured the care provided by the practice will not diminish.  We wish both our retiring doctors a long and happy retirement.

In other changes our physician associate Natasha O'Hagan has now gone off on her maternity leave, while her colleague Laura Chenevert has returned to her native America so there will be more new faces appearing at the practice in the weeks and months ahead.

Welcome to New Dyce Medical Practice

Our Practice serves some 10,000 patients, mostly in the Dyce/Newmachar area but also extending into rural communities. With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.

NEW! Vacancies 2019

New Dyce is now recruiting!  We are currently seeking a salaried GP to join our busy team, PLUS just added to our requirements, a vacancy exists for a part-time healthcare assistant/phlebotomist to support our nurses and doctors. Please go to the careers link at the bottom of the page or click here for more information and details of how to apply.

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