Our pharmacy team provides support in the delivery of medicines related care. They offer medication advice and answer any medication related queries or concerns, support in acute and repeat prescribing, medication reviews to ensure complete, accurate and appropriate medication records.  

If you would like to discuss or have a question about your medicines, you can call the practice and ask to speak to the pharmacist- Monday to Thursday (9:00 to 17:00)

Katrina Yu (Specialist Clinical Pharmacist)

Rose Kai-Kai (Specialist Clinical Pharmacist)

Community Midwives

The midwives hold clinics between 08:50 and 10:30 on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and liaise with the hospital midwifery service to see mothers and new babies on their return home.

Community Nurses

Nurse Paula Lees

Health Visitors

Ali Reid

Telephone Number 0131 672 9543

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 health visitors run a Well Baby Clinic (up to 8 months old) at Goodtrees Community Centre, 5 Moredunvale Place Every Wednesday 11:00 to 12:30.

Attached Staff

Community Link Workers  -  Tuesdays

Our community link workers can help to link you with a wide range of local community resources and activities.  Please make an appointment at reception.

They can signpost you onto services related to:

Finance / Housing / Adult Literacy / Health Eating / Exercise / Volunteering / Substance Misuse / Mental Health / Local Groups & Activities / Employment / Domestic Abuse / Foodbank Referral / Carer Advice Coffee Mornings / Arts & Crafts / Sports Clubs / Children's Activities / Gardening Groups

Karen Munro (Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner) - Mondays & Thursdays

Karen has joined us at Inchpark Surgery and will be available on Mondays and Thursdays.

APPs are Chartered Physiotherapists who provide expert assessment of patients with musculoskeletal conditions, e.g. back, neck, shoulder or knee pain. They can provide early diagnosis, suggest appropriate exercise to help manage your condition and, when appropriate, refer on to specialist services such as physiotherapy rehab, X-ray or orthopaedics. They can liaise with the GP to arrange medication which may help relieve musculoskeletal pain.

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