Gilbert Road Medical Group, 39 Gilbert Road, Bucksburn, Aberdeen, AB21 9ANTel: 01224 712138
MBChB 2000 MRCGP
Born in West Lothian, Dr Jack graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 2000. He worked in specialties relevant to GP particularly A and E and medicine for the elderly before returning to Aberdeen in 2007 to complete GP training.
He has a particular interest in musculoskeletal problems, offering joint injections, and skin disorders.
Outside of medicine Dr Jack enjoys sports including tennis, golf and running, and visiting his family and young niece Isla who live in Edinburgh.
MBChB (Aberdeen 2003), BSc MedSci (Hon)
Dr Ehsanul Hoque was born in Bangladesh but was brought up in Aberdeen. A former pupil of Robert Gordon's College, he studied medicine at Aberdeen University, graduating in 2003 and then completed his general practice training in a variety of specialities in the Aberdeen area.
Dr Hoque joined the Practice as a partner in 2007 and has an interest in Mental Health. He fits contraceptive implants and also performs joint injections.
MBChB (Aberdeen 1988), DRCOG, DCCH, DFFP, MRCGP
Dr White was born and brought up in Edinburgh, and came to Aberdeen in 1983 to study medicine. After qualifying she gained further experience, first in Aberdeen and then at a number of other locations throughout Scotland. She returned to Aberdeen in 1995 to do GP locum work before taking up at part time partnership at the Practice in 1997. Dr White has a particular interest in child health, diabetes and chronic kidney disease.
Dr White is married to Ian and has three daughters Rebecca, Hannah and Emily. Her spare time is mainly filled with being a taxi service to her girls, but she enjoys walking, catching up with friends and is also involved in a local church.
MB ChB (1995)
Dr Crossley was born in South Africa and graduated in 1995. She moved to the UK in 1999 and worked in A&E, the orthopaedist and critical care before completing her GP training in Aberdeen in 2012. Dr Crossley joined the Practice in 2013.
She is married with two children, and loves living in Aberdeenshire.
MBBS, DFSRH, MRCGP
Dr McCourt qualified at Newcastle University in 2007. After a couple of years training in Women's and Sexual Health she moved on to complete her General Practitioner training in Yorkshire. She has recently joined her partner in Aberdeen and they enjoy mountaineering in the wilds of Scotland and further afield.
(MBChB or MBBS = standard medical degree M/FRCGP = Member/Fellow of the Royal College of GPs FPA Certificate = Family Planning Association Certificate DRCOG = Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists DCCH = Diploma of Community Child Health DFFP = Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning MFHom = Member of the Faculty of Homeopathy MRCP = Member of the Royal College of Physicians, DFSRH = Diploma for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care).
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Our surgery nurses are in attendance during the working day. They perform a wide range of tests and procedures for your doctors, as well as offering health checks and advice. You can arrange a specific appointment time to see them.
Our practice manager is responsible for the administration and smooth running of the practice. If you have any difficulties, or suggestions concerning the services provided, please contact her at the surgery.
Our receptionists and secretaries form a very important part of the practice and they will help you see the doctors or other appropriate members of the practice team. To do this job properly, they may have to ask for essential details of your problem - this information will be kept in complete confidence.
Community nurses provide skilled nursing care through assessment and care planning for housebound people. They provide support and advice for people with cancer and chronic illnesses as well as organising practical assistance and issuing nursing equipment.
You can contact them at Dyce Health Centre on 849514. When the nurses are working in the community, you can leave a message for them on an answering machine.
Health Visitors help to promote good health. They give advice on general welfare matters to all groups of people both at home and in baby and coronary rehabilitation clinics at our surgeries.
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