At Lorn Medical centre we value the future of General Practice and to ensure this we are a training practice.
This means we have fully qualified doctors who are completing specialist training in General Practice based in the practice. They are GP specialist trainees.
These doctors are supported and supervised by experienced GPs
As part of training these doctors may record or video consultations. This is always done with prior consent from the patient and the recordings are kept confidential viewed only by a GP trainer or GP examiner . If the doctor would like to record your consultation consent will be obtained before hand .You can withdraw this consent at anytime including during and after the recording.
We also have medical students from Aberdeen University with us twice a year.
|Dr Erik Jespersen|
MBE, MB ChB Glas 1983, MRCGP, DA, DCH, DRCOG
Has been a GP with the practice since 1989. He returned to full time GP after retiring from his NHS management responsibilities. Has a special interest in general medicine, paediatrics and mental health. He is one of the trainers in the practice.
|Dr Michael Boyle|
MB ChB Glasgow 1989
Michael has worked in the practice since 2000. Has a special interest in addiction medicine and general care.
|Dr Emma Boyle|
MB ChB Dundee 1997, DRCGP, DFFP, MRCGP
Emma joined the practice in July 2001.
She has a special interest in women's health, contraception and can fit coils and implants. She is one of our GP trainers and mentors at Lorn Medical Centre.
|Dr Ruth MacLean|
MB ChB Dundee MRCGP DFSRH
Completed her GP training with the practice and joined us as a Partner.
|Dr Fiona MacLennan|
MB ChB Dundee 1999, MRCGP, DFFP
Fiona joined the practice in July 2006, after a spell in Australia and completing some of her training in Oban.
She has an interest in child health and works one day per week (Thursday) in the child health department at Lorn & Islands District General Hospital.
|Dr Robert Waddington|
MBChB 2010 University of Aberdeen, BSc (Hons), MRCGP, DRCOG
Rob completed his GP training with us in August 2016 and joined the GP partnership in April 2017.
His specialist interests are in lifestyle medicine and he helps our patients to lead healthier lives through working as a voluntary Director for Lorn & Oban Healthy Options Charity.
Rob is one of our GP trainers and mentors at Lorn Medical Centre and is a member of the Oban Mountain Rescue Team.
|Dr Anne Kjerrstrom|
Dr Anne Kjerrstrom MRCGP MBBS PhD,
PhD from the Karolinska Institute in Infectious Disease Control
MBBS from St George's University of London
|Dr Katherine Adams|
MB ChB Manchester 1992 MRCGP DTM&H DRCOG
Has a special interest in women’s health and travel medicine.
|Dr Emma Livingstone|
MBChB, BSc (Hons), MRCGP, DRCOG, DCH
|Dr Chukwuma Okekeogbu|
MB ChB, MRCGP
After completing his GP training locally in 2014 Dr Okekeogbu (known to us all as Dr Chuma) has continued to work with us as a locum. His interests are mental health and musculoskeletal medicine.
|Dr Julie Gray|
|Dr Sally Darnborough|
|Dr David Kynaston|
|Dr David Hill|
Dr. David-J Hill. MB ChB: (Keele University), BSc Hons: (St. Andrews), MRCGP
Dr. Hill completed his training in General Medical Practice locally in Argyll, continuing on with Lorn Medical Centre as one of our GP's.
His areas of specific interest include Acute Care, Occupational Health and Medical Education; working as one of our GP Tutors.
|Dr Hannah Orrell|
Hannah is one of our GP's in training.
|Dr Miriam Gent|
Miriam is one of our GP's in training.
|Dr Susan Carswell|
Susan is one of our GP's in training.