Ancrum Medical Centre, Drs. Allen,Thomson and Ip
Ancrum Medical Centre, Drs. Allen,Thomson and Ip

Welcome to Ancrum Medical Centre                                                             Drs. Allen, Thomson and Ip

We are an established practice consisting of three partners -  Dr Liz Allen, Dr Alison Thomson and Dr Ronnie Ip. We work together in the practice with Dr Mike Gray, Dr Nicola Sammans and general practice specialist trainees. In our practice team are the manager, Fiona Robertson, the practice nurse, Deirdre Barnett, administrative and health care staff and attached staff of pharmacist, district nurses, health visitors, midwife and respiratory nurse. A number of community clincs eg warfarin and counselling also run within the practice.

We are a teaching and training practice and are committed to providing the highest standards of care.

Also working within Ancrum Medical Centre is the separate partnership of Drs I&S Arthur, Clarke and Sinclair.

 

 

 

On this website you will find all the important information about our practice and services offered. There are some practical handy tips and links to useful resources. We would welcome any feedback or suggestions for website content. 

 

 

 

Dr Mike Gray and Practice Changes

 

Dr Mike Gray retired at the end of April 2017 after nearly 30years with the practice. He will of course be much missed by colleagues and patients alike. We all wish him a long and happy retirement and hope he enjoys time with his wife and grandchildren as well as on the golf course!

 

From 10th May we welcome Dr Zareen Hossain-Ibrahim back to the practice. She will be working two days a week with us.

 

Dr Liz Allen will also soon be altering her hours of working - switching to Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays.

 

Dr Thomson's afternoons at Invergowrie will also change.

 

The new times from 10th May can be found on the consultations page.

 

 

 

 

Scottish Primary Care Information Resource (SPIRE)

NHSScotland is changing the way it uses information from GP patient records.

 

From May 2017 the way information from GP patient records is used to help plan health and care services in Scotland is changing.


Being able to use this information will mean NHSScotland can improve the quality of care,
better plan services for people with health needsand support research into new treatments.


You have a choice about your patient record being used in this way.

 

To find out more read the leaflet or go to spire.scot or call NHS inform on 0800 22 44 88.

 

 

 

 

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