Pharmacists

Abby McFarlane (f)

Abby works with the GPs and nurse to ensure safe and up to date prescribing. She may speak with patients by phone, or see patients at the practice.

She is helped by 2 pharmacy technicians.

Denise Corrigan
Angela Ward

Community Nurses

Sister Moira Baird
Nurse Jim Denham
Nurse Michelle

The district nursing team provides nursing care and advice to people within their own home. This service is to all age groups within the community. The following are examples of the type of care provided:

Palliative Care, Complex Assessment of Health Needs & Promotion of Independence, Acute & Chronic Disease Management. Wound Assessment & Care, Leg Ulcer Management, Post Operative Care, Continence Advice, Health Promotion, Pain Management & Advice regarding other services.

Contact details as follows:

Monday to Friday (8.30 am - 4.30 pm): 0141 355 2180

Saturday/Sunday/Public Holidays (8.30 am - 4.30 pm): 0141 355 1688

Out of Hours: 0141 355 1688

Health Visitors

Ms Ann Donaghy (Health Visitor)

RGN BSc

Jennifer King (f)
Jackie Brannigan (Healthcare support worker)

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

The team are based at Easterhouse Health Centre

Ann Donaghy 0141 531 8117

Julie Craig 0141 531 8185

Counsellors

Mrs Isabella McNeill (f)

Isabella is our attached worker from NE Community Addiction Team who helps support our patients with substance misuse problems.

Attached Staff

Frank (m)

GEMAP to help with money matters

Mr Scott MacPhee-David

Community Link Worker

We now have a Community Link Worker who can refer patients to services outside the NHS which offer the opportunity for health, wellbeing and practical and emotional support.  This can include local services to support with finances, bereavement, sleeping, alcohol, drugs, anxiety and stress etc. 

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