Thomson Avenue, Johnstone, PA5 8SU
Telephone: 01505 331979
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Dr Lisa Griffin and Dr Lindsay Barclay are Partners with the surgery. Dr Alistair Doak has joined the Practice as a part-time salaried GP.
Child Health Surveillance is provided by Dr Griffin & Dr Barclay. Dr Griffin also performs coil insertion and removal at the surgery.
Dr Lisa Griffin - M.B. Bch ( Ireland ) BAO B.A. DCH
Dr Lindsay Barclay - M.B. ChB (Edinburgh) 2021 M.R.C.G.P.
Dr Alistair Doak
Our nurses Sharon, Carole and Stacey carry out all aspects of nursing care – Chronic Disease Management (Asthma, COPD, Diabeties, Heart Disease and Hypertension), smears and family planning. Sharon can fit and remove Nexplanon, please make a telephone consultation with Sharon to discuss.
Sister Sharon Chambers - Practice Nurse
Sister Carole Tong - Practice Nurse
Sister Stacey Dailly - Practice Nurse
Our Practice Manager is Anne Inglis, she should be contacted for any queries, to request records or for any suggestions that you may have.
Our secretary is Michelle Beacom. Michelle provides a secretarial service for the GP’s and sends referrals and reports for patients.
The surgery has excellent reception staff who support us all.
Loraine, Carole-Anne, Sarah, Lauren, Claire, Abbie & Louise are all highly experienced and have recently been trained to act as signposters for the Surgery. To enable them to help you, they will now ask you the reason for your call to the surgery. This will ensure they get you an appointment with the right clinician or Service.
Anne Inglis - Practice Manager
Renfrewshire Pharmacy Hub deal with all discharge letters from hospital, making amendments to discontinuing or starting new medications from patients. They can also review your medication e.g. help you reduce long term pain medication, advise on what your medication is for and change medication for a more up to date alternative.