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Nursing Team

Nurse Practitioners

Ann-Marie Gillespie – Advanced Nurse Practitioner

AnnMarieAnn-Marie is a Registered General Nurse and has extended her role with numerous diplomas and a BSc (Hons) degree in Advanced Nursing Practice.   She is an Extended Nurse Prescriber and leads the Practice Nursing Team. She has training in the diagnosis, management and treatment of a wide variety of medical conditions and has a keen interest in chronic disease management, especially respiratory medicine. She is eager to promote teaching and following further training at Masters Level, she has taken the role of Practice Nurse Trainer for NHS Education for Scotland.
Usual availability: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday morning & Thursday

Kecia McDougall – Nurse Practitioner

KeciaKecia qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1994 and gained BSc (Hons) as a Nurse Practitioner from the University of Lancaster in 2006. She is also an  Extended Nurse Prescriber. She also has training in the diagnosis, management and treatment of a wide variety of medical conditions and has a keen interest in chronic disease management, especially diabetes.
Usual availability: Monday, Tuesday morning, Thursday and Friday

 

Practice Nurses

Kirsteen Anderson

KirsteenKirsteen qualified with BSc (Hons) in Nursing studies from the University of Manchester in 1998 and has been working in Primary care since 2007 . She has qualifications in Respiratory disease management and Minor Illness and joins us from a practice in the East Neuk and NHS 24 where she has worked for the last 10 years.

She provides Chronic Disease Management clinics and Triage. Appointments can be booked with Kirsteen for Asthma/COPD reviews, health checks, blood pressure reviews, cervical smears & lifestyle advice.
Usual availability: Monday to Wednesday

Lesley Marshall

LesleyLesley provides Chronic Disease Management clinics and Triage. Appointments can be booked with Lesley for Diabetes reviews, health checks, blood pressure reviews, cervical smears & lifestyle advice.
Usual availability: Tuesday to Friday

 

Sophie Rutter

SophieSophie graduated with BSc (Hons) in Marine and Environmental Biology from University of St Andrews in 2004. She gained a Post Graduate Diploma in Adult nursing from the University of Dundee in 2009 and began work in Adamson Hospital, Cupar before joing the team in St Andrews Community Hospital in 2010, before joining us. This is her first Primary care post.

Appointments can be booked with Sophie for health checks, blood pressure reviews, weight management, injections, blood tests, ECGs and lifestyle advice.
Usual availability: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday

Kathryn Stewart

KathrynKathryn qualified with a Diploma in Adult Nursing in 1999 and has recently completed a General Practice Nursing Course with NHS Education for Scotland. She completed her BSc Nursing degree in 2015. Kathryn has a keen interest in chronic disease management and also offers appointments for cervical cytology, contraception, the warfarin clinic and childhood immunisations.

She provides Chronic Disease Management clinics and Triage. Appointments can be booked with Kathryn for the Diabetes clinic, health checks, blood pressure reviews, cervical smears & lifestyle advice.
Usual availability: Monday to Friday

Health Care Assistants

CarolineCaroline McGregor

Caroline has been working in Primary Care as part of the Administration Team for 17 years but has now completed training as a Health Care Assistant.  For the last 2 years she has been supporting the GPs and the qualified Nursing Team with tasks including ECGs, Blood Pressure Measurement, Blood tests, Urinalysis and fitting Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitors.

AudreyAudrey Millett

Audrey had been working at St. Andrews Community Hospital as a Nursing Auxilliary for 5 years before moving over to Primary Care as a Health Care Assistant.  She supports the GPs and the qualified Nursing Team with tasks including ECGs, Blood Pressure Measurement, Blood tests, Urinalysis and fitting Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitors.

Fiona WhyteIMG_0279

Fiona has been working in General Practice for 15 years. She is often out and about in the community providing home visit services, including phlebotomy, to patients that can’t make it in to see us.