Your Doctors

All the doctors have specialised post graduate training in General Practice and each can look after all the general medical requirements of you and your family.
  • Dr. Charlotte Peart
  • Dr. Esther T. Wilson
  • Dr. Julie Anderson
  • Dr. Sahar Hussein
  • Dr. Dawn Dorward
  • Dr. Jason Twinn
  • Dr. Virginia Hernandez Santiago
  • Dr. Meaza Tewelde
  • Dr. Beena Raschkes


Practice Manager

Mrs. Andrea Brown
The Practice Manager is in overall charge of administration of the practice. She is there to ensure that the practice works smoothly to the best advantage of patients and staff.


Practice Staff

Jimi Wilson - IT Administrator
Esther Marshall
- Secretary / Audit
Allison Robertson
Lorraine Kerr - Administrator
Monika Pilarczyk - Lead Receptionist
Jill Adam - Receptionist
Anne Barber - Receptionist
Lisa Heggie
- Receptionist
Gillian Millar - Receptionist
Dorothy Taylor - Receptionist


Practice Pharmacist

Louise Gourlay BSc(Hons)Pharmacy. MSc Prescribing Sciences.
Louise joined the practice in April 2001. Her role has been varied but has included advising patients on drug queries and carrying out medication reviews to ensure patient's medicine is still appropriate, safe, effective and needed. Advising GPs, Nurses and other practice staff on the managment of medicines and providing answers to information queries. She also supports prescribing changes in the practice in agreed areas. Louise works 2 1/2 days per week.


Advance Nurse Practitioner

Lorraine Bennett.
Lorraine's role in the practice includes giving advice and clinical decision making via appointment, telephone and independent assessment, diagnosis and treatment of a variety of acute illnesses and injuries.


Health Care Assistant

Elspeth McGarry - HCA

The role of the Health Care Assistant is to assist the nursing team. This will include phlebotomy and pre-reviews for chronic disease management.  Please note that the Health Care Assistant will only take blood test requests as directed by a GP, or for patients who have been invited for chronic disease management reviews. 


Practice Nurses

Anne Watters (Senior Practice Nurse) RGN.
Jacqui Hammond (Practice Nurse) RGN.

The practice nurses hold surgeries within the centre. They offer a wide range of services including: Health Promotion Advice, Travel Advice, Blood Pressure Checks, Long Term Condition Management, e.g. Asthma, Diabetes, Heart Disease: Ear Syringing, Wound Care, and management of some minor injuries. e.g. cuts and burns. They also do blood tests. You can make an appointment by ringing 462292.


District Nurses

The team of District Nurses is based here at Maryfield. In co-operation with the doctors and practice staff they provide a full range of nursing care and support to families and carers in their own homes, for those unable to attend surgery, 14 hours a day, 7 days a week. The District Nurses plan and provide packages of care working closely with other professionals including Doctors, Social Services, Hospitals and other health workers. Should you wish to contact them for advice/assistance please leave a message on their answer machine.

Day Time: 01382 740190
Night Time: 01382 740208
Messages are picked up by the District Nurses hourly.


Health Visitors

The Health Visitors work closely with families, giving support and information on all aspects of child and family health. They see all age groups to provide up-to-date researched-based information so that people can make informed choices about their health. They provide health promotion both in the home and in the practice setting and work closely with the general practice team. All patients in any age group registered with the practice can contact the Health Visitors for advice and support on telephone 01382 740310

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Patient Services Online

You can now manage your appointments and prescriptions online with our Patient Online Services. Please click here for more information and how to register.


Bloods Clinic
You should only need to book an appointment at the blood test clinic if the doctor has instructed you to do so, or you are due for a Chronic Disease Management (CDM) review.  Nurse will no longer take bloods unless they have been approved by a GP.