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Pharmacists

Ms Ruth Campbell (f)
BSc (Hons) MRPharmS, GPhC,  IndPresc.  Ruth delivers clinic in the following areas Atrial Fibrilation (irregular heartbeat), Rheumatoid Arthritis, Carers and Medication Reviews and can also help with all queries relating to medicines and healthy lifestyle, including stopping smoking.  Ruth works part time one day per fortnight.
Mrs Sabrina Ahmad (f)

MPharmS, IndPresc.  Sabrina is a pharmacist employed by the health board who works in the practice.  Sabrina is an Independent Prescriber who is involved in management of prescriptions, medication reviews, medication enquiries, health promotion and patient consultations.  Sabrina is available on a Wednesday and Thursday each week. - CURRENTLY ON MATERNITY LEAVE

Community Nurses

Based at Udston Hospital/Blantyre Health Centre, these nurses deliver nursing care to patients of all ages within their own environment. They also liaise with other agencies to support patients’ needs within the communityYou may contact them on 03003030263.

Health Visitors

Based at Blantyre Health Centre, Blantyre Health Visitors are specially trained in public health nursing.  Their remit involves the promotion of health and prevention of ill health. Working mainly with families of children under 5. You may contact them on 01698 723173.

Attached Staff

Mrs Shonaid McCabe (f)

Mrs Shonaid McCabe BSc in Occupational Therapy is an Occupational Therapist.  She will be joining the practice 3 days per week from Monday 20th November 2017.   You can self-refer to Shonaid  or alternatively referral will be made via your usual GP

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists are health professionals who help people with a range of health problems and long-term conditions to manage everyday activities (occupations) that matter to them.

 

This includes activities

  • at home -  dressing, bathing, housework, cooking, hobbies
  • at work – including paid work, volunteering, education and carer roles
  • in the community –  driving or using public transport, shopping, socialising, being physically active

 Could I benefit from Occupational Therapy?

If you have noticed any changes in your ability to carry out everyday activities, the occupational therapy service in your surgery may be able to help you.  

 

You may be experiencing difficulties due to:

  • Anxiety or low mood
  • Frailty
  • Falls or fear of falling
  • Pain or fatigue
  • Stress
  • Work-life balance

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