Doctors

Dr Alistair McLennan (he/him)

MBChB Glasgow (1995), MRCS Ed (2001), MRCGP (2008)

GP trainer (West of Scotland) and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer (Medicine) University of Glasgow Medical School

Special Interests: cardiology, musculoskeletal, minor operations

Dr Ivana Safarik (she/her)

MRCGP, MBBS 1997 London (Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine), Postgraduate Diploma in Palliative Medicine 2008 (Cardiff University)‎, CCT General Practice 2006 (PMETB), Glasgow

GP trainer (West of Scotland) and Clinical Supervisor for University of Glasgow Medical School

Special Interests: palliative medicine and cancer care

Dr Henry Stafford (he/him)

MBChB Glasgow (2008), MRCGP

Clinical Supervisor for University of Glasgow Medical School

Special Interest: diabetes

Dr Rebecca Hastings (she/her)

MBChB (2003), MRCGP (2011)

Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer (Medicine) University of Glasgow Medical School

Special Interest: paediatrics

Salaried GPs

Dr Lesley Blackwood (she/her)

MBChB, MRCGP

Dr Michaela Irvine (she/her)

MBChB, MRCGP (2021)

GP Trainees and FY2 Doctors

We are an accredited RGCP training practice, involved in the training of GPs and junior hospital doctors. This means that at any time there will be one or more GP Trainee working alongside the GP Partners. GP Trainees are fully qualified doctors with hospital experience, and are attached to the Practice for their Specialist GP Training Program and they work under supervision. FY2 Doctors are junior doctors who rotate through general practice before choosing a specialty.

Dr Marissa Jackson (she/her)

Qualified doctor specialising in general practice.

Dr Geoffrey Cross (he/him)

Qualified doctor specialising in general practice.

Medical students

We are a teaching practice, affiliated to Glasgow University School of Medicine.

We have students attached for blocks of teaching, from the first to final years of their studies. It is always very much appreciated if you allow students to sit in and observe the consultation or at times, you may be asked to see the student first and explain your problem before seeing one of the senior doctors.

This is a very important part of their training but if you feel uncomfortable with students you will always be given an opportunity to decline their presence.