Doctors and Staff

The Riverbank GPs

Dr J F Young
(Female) (Glasgow)

 

​​I qualified from Glasgow University in 1988 ( a long time ago ! ) I joined the Riverbank Practice in 1993 when it was " Dr Goldie and Partners" . I am now the longest serving partner in the Practice.  Every day in General Practice is different and I enjoy the variety in my job both in terms of the illnesses we treat and the patients we see. 

I am very much a generalist but have particular interests in Diabetes and in COPD. Additionally I am a Glasgow University tutor and feel privileged to teach medical students in their GP attachments. We have a hard working and loyal Practice team in Riverbank all here to help you in any way we can.

MBChB 1988
DRCOG 1990
MRCGP 1992
Diploma in Diabetes Management
Dr A K MacPhail
(Female) (Aberdeen)
MBChB 1994
MRCGP 2001
Dr C O'Connor 
(Female) (Glasgow)
MBChB 2010
MRCGP 2015
Dr S McGlory
(Female) (Manchester)
MBChB 2010
MRCGP 2017
Dr R Toal
(Female) (Glasgow)
Sports Medicine 2006
MBChB 2012
MRCGP 2019
   

Practice Staff

Practice Manager Claire Bell  
Receptionists Charlotte Jamieson Lisa McCallion 
General Office Worker Andy Holms  
Computer Operators Theresa Wallace Linda Hutchison Shona Wilson
Medical Secretaries Suzanne McCartney Nicola Connor 

Practice Nurses

Lorna MacBean Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Sister Angela Corcoran RGN

Health Care Assistant

Shona Wilson

Lorna and Angela are supported in the practice by Shona, who provides routine blood clinics, new patient medical examinations and can administer B12 injections, influenza and pneumococcal vaccinations.

Phlebotomists

Nicola Connor
Lisa McCallion

District Nurses

Debbie McKay RGN BSc Community Nursing in Home
Sarah Semple RGN
Sharon Bell RGN
Gail Weir Nursing Assistant

The district nursing team carries out nursing care for the patient at home. They are available from 8.30am - 4.30pm, five days a week and can be contacted on 01389 811816. At weekends and evenings the team can be contacted on 01389 828307.

Health Visitors

Cindy Murray
Jackie McGowan

The health visitors offer health advice and support mainly to families with young children. This includes help with parenting and behaviour management and also support to women with postnatal depression.

They see children for development checks on Thursday afternoons and offer child immunisation at the surgery on Tuesday afternoons. Both of these clinics are by appointment only.

The health visitors can be contacted on 01389 811809.