• Kilsyth Medical Partnership aims to deliver as high a quality of service and care as we can and treat you efficiently and kindly.
  • All members of staff must keep your medical information confidential.
  • We ask that you are polite and patient with our staff.
  • We operate a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY regarding physical or verbal abuse towards any member of staff - including on social media.

GP Partners

(Please note that listed working days are for guidance only and subject to change throughout the year to cover Duty On-Call days, holidays etc.)

Dr A McGregor (f)

MBChB MRCGP DRCOG - Qualified 1996 in Glasgow

Consults Tuesday, Wednesday morning, Thursday and Friday


Dr M Hudson (m)

MBBS - Qualified 2000 in London

Consults Monday, Thursday and Friday


Dr A McSherry (f)

BSc (Hons) MBChB DRCOG MRCGP - Qualified 1996 in Glasgow

Consults Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning


Dr E Stafford (f) 

MBChB MRCGP DRCOG Bsc. Med. Sc. DFSRH - Qualified 2007 in Aberdeen

Consults Monday, Tuesday, and Friday


Dr K Finlay (f)

MBChB MRCP DRCOG MRCGP - Qualified 2008 in Glasgow

Consults Wednesday, Thursday and Friday


Dr C Lilly (m)

MRCGP MBChB - Qualified 2006 in Glasgow

Consults Monday, Wednesday and Thursday


Dr R MacInnes (f) 

MBChB MRCGP Dip Dermatology (RCPSG) - Qualified 2006 in Aberdeen

Consults Tuesday, Thursday and Friday


Dr K Logan (f)

MBChB MRCGP BSc - Qualified 2012 in Glasgow

Consults Monday, Wednesday and Thursday


Dr F Morrison (f)

BSc (Hons) MBChB MRCGP - Qualified 2016 in Dundee

Consults Monday, Tuesday and Thursday


Dr N Jennings (m)

MBChB MRCGP - Qualified 2013 in Liverpool

Consults Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday


GP Registrars

Dr K Elliot (f)

Works Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

GP Registrars are qualified doctors who are in training to become General Practitioners. The GP Registrar is at all times supported and supervised by one of the GP Partners within the premises. If you have an appointment with this doctor, please be advised the practice may ask if the consultation can be recorded for training purposes. If this is the case, at all times will patient consent be checked ahead of the appointment by a member of staff and the doctor will ask for a consent form to be signed before the consultation begins. Recordings are made solely for training purposes and do not affect the care you receive or your medical confidentiality. If you do not wish your consultation to be recorded, your subsequent care will be unaffected. 

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