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New Dyce Medical Practice, Dyce Health Centre, 23a Altonrea Gardens, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB21 7NQTel: 0345 337 9922
Physician Associates are highly skilled in the assessment of the unwell patient and will work closely with the duty doctor of the day to help manage patients with new onset medical problems. The doctor, when appropriate, will prescribe medications for this group of patients.
MB ChB 2006 Aberdeen MRCGP
MB ChB Aberdeen 2008
Days of Work: Tues-Fri (am & pm)
BM BS Exeter and Plymouth 2008
Days of work: Mon, Tues, Thurs (am & pm)
Days of work: Tues & Fri (0800 - 1330 hrs)
Days of work: Wed & Thurs (am & pm)
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Days of work: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri (am & pm)
Days of work: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri (am & pm)
The Practice policy is to encourage a healthy lifestyle, and our nurses run many of the screening programmes which can help to prevent ill health. If you are invited to attend for such tests, please try to attend, as this can prevent complications in later life. If you want to speak to a practice nurse ring 0345 337 9922 and the receptionist will be glad to put you through or arrange a suitable time for you to call back.
RGN DIP HEN
RGN - Treatment Room Nurse
ACCA FCMI Practice/Business Manager
Ian is responsible for the finance and administration functions as well as the daily running of this busy practice. He is happy to hear any comments or suggestions about the services provided.
Fiona is our Administration Manager, responsible for staff matters and deputising for Ian Mcneil in his absence.
The district nurses provide care for those discharged from hospital and those who require home care. Their multifunctional role includes health promotion, teaching, rehabilitation and palliative care. In consultation with the doctors, they can also refer patients to other community services such as physiotherapy and chiropody if required.
Contact the District Nursing Team on 01224 849515
There is an answer machine service; please leave your NAME and TELEPHONE NUMBER and one of the district nurses will contact you when she returns to the office.
The health visitors specialise in the health and wellbeing of all children under five. Their role includes assessing children's development, ensuring children are vaccinated and giving appropriate information to parents. They also carry out health education talks specialising in weaning and accident prevention.
Contact the Health Visitors Team on 01224 849523
There is an answer machine service if they are unavailable, please leave a message and they will get back to you.