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Glenmill Medical Practice1191 Royston RoadGlasgow, G33 1EYTel: 0141 770 4052
MBChB, DRCOG, DCH, FRCGP, FRCP (part time)
MBChB,MRCGP (part time)
The nurses are responsible for well women & contraceptive advice, asthma, blood pressure, diabetic, heart and stroke disease as well as travel health. For travel health advice please allow a period of two weeks prior to travel. The nurses can also offer advice on weight management, diet and many other health related issues including smoking cessation. Please phone to make an appointment.
The nurses are also available for advice over the phone. Please phone reception on0141 770 4052 and request a telephone consultation appointment.
RGN, RSCN, BSc
BSc, RGN, RSCN
The healthcare assistant runs clinics for routine blood tests, collection and testing of urine, wound dressing and height and weight management.
The district nursing team carry out nursing care for the patient at home. They provide a range of equipment for the home, give advice prior to hospital admission and provide intensive nursing care and rehabilitation for patients discharged from hospital. This is done in conjunction with the Social Work Department. If you feel that they can be of help please phone them on 0141 232 8602. Out of hours 0141 531 8133.
The health visitors offer health advice and support mainly to families with young children. This includes help with parenting and behaviour management and also support to women with post natal depression.
RGN, BSc, SCPHN, CIMI, RHV, Nurse Prescriber, PgC in Child Protection
RNA SCPHN (HV), RNT, MSc, PgC in Child Protection
DipHE RGN SCPHN(HV)
Podiatry / Chiropody
The podiatrist works for the Primary Care Division and visits the practice weekly on a Monday. Patients with a foot problem will be given an assessment of their needs and advised or treated accordingly. Access is via GP/Nurse. Services offered include nail surgery, diabetic foot care, biomechanics and orthotics/appliances.