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Port Glasgow medical centre4 Dubbs PlacePort Glasgow, PA14 5UDTel: 01475 705604
MB ChB (1986 Glasgow) DPD MRCGP
Dr Boyce has been with the practice since 1990. He offers a full range of general practice care. He has an interest in skin conditions.
MB ChB (1993 Aberdeen) DFFP DRCOG DHC MRCGP
Dr Dooley has been with the practice since 1998. As well as full general practice service, she has an interest in woman’s health.
MBChB (2009) MRCGP (2016) BSc (Hons 2003)
Dr MacPhie joined the practice as a full partner in April 2016. She offers a full range of general practice care.
MBChB MRCP MRCGP BSc (MedSci)
Dr Page joined the practice November 2018. He offers a full range of general practice care.
Primary Care Mental Health Team
Robert King and Barbara Sutherland are our community psychiatric nurses.
You can collect a self referral form from reception or call Crown House direct on 01475 558000.
The nurses look after the on-going care of any long-term illness you may have, such are high blood pressure, heart problems, asthma, COPD or diabetes. They do a wide range of procedures including dressings, injections, travel health, cervical smears, immunisations, ear syringing, blood pressure checks, ECGs, lung function tests and blood tests.
Our triage nurse Amanda MacMillan is available for telephone advice Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. She has a special interest in travel health.
Our receptionists Susan and Jennifer have been given special training and are competent to take blood. Venepuncture clinics run every morning between 8.00am and 8.30am and every afternoon between 12.30pm and 1.00pm. No appointment is needed.
Our pharmacy team, Lorna MacLeod and Gary Fingland are here thoughout the week for help and advice on any medication queries you may have.
Donna is based at the antenatal clinic at Inverclyde Royal Hospital and can be contacted on (01475) 633777.
The nurses are based at Port Glasgow Health Centre and can be contacted on 01475 745327.
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
The health visitor is based at Port Glasgow Health Centre and can be contacted on (01475) 497116.
We have an attached Palliative Care Nurse based at Ardgowan Hospice and can be contacted on (01475) 726830.