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16 Gardner Street, Glasgow, G11 5NGTel: 0141 334 2215
BSc (Hon) MBChB (Hon)
Joined the practice in January 2010, he trained at Glasgow University graduating in 1999. Dr Chan also holds a degree in Immunology. His special interests include psychiatry, men’s health and teaching medical students. Dr Chan consults for 7 sessions per week.
BSc (Hons) PhD MBCHB (Hons) MRCGP DFFP DRCOG
Joined the practice in September 2011, she trained at Glasgow University graduating in 1996. Her special interests include women’s health, diabetes, sleep health, research and teaching medical students. Dr Rouse consults for 7 sessions per week.
Margaret joined the practice in July 2017. She has 22 years experience as a Practice Manager. She works Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
The nurses are attached to the practice. They provide nursing support services for housebound patients. They can be contacted at the Sandy Road Clinic (0141 211 1404), were they are based.
The Health Visitor gives advice to parents and monitors the health of the children at the practice. She runs the child immunisation clinic. Any appointment with her needs to be made through the Sandy Road Clinic (0141 211 1408) where she is based.