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.


Lee Jackson - Prescribing Support/Care Home Technician, NVQ Level 3, Btech Diploma

The pharmacy team provide specialist advice on medication.  They carry out reviews of medication regimes, assist patients to take their medication safely and can offer advice regarding your medication.

Community Nurses

District Nurses

The District Nursing team provides specialist-nursing care within the community. They offer comprehensive, individualised nursing care to the housebound and those patients recently discharged from hospital who are not able to come to the surgery.

  • Gill Fairclough - Community Nurse Team Leader; RGN, DN, BSc

  • Gaynor Wotherspoon - Pg, Cert, BA, DN, RGN

  • Shirley Maclean - DN, RGN, Dip N

  • Karen Wesley - RN (A) Dip N

  • Frances Parkinson - RGN

  • Shirley MacNeil - RGN

  • Maree MacBeath -

  • Denise Robertson -

Macmillan Nurses

Nurse Gaynor Wotherspoon (f)
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