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Physio Self referrals     

Self referrals will now be handled by telephone.  The service is operated by the Musculoskeletal Assessment & Triage Service (MATS) which is hosted by NHS24 and the telephone number is: 0800 917 9390.

Physiotherapy self referral for patients under 16 years of age.  Please fill out the form bellow and post to the address on the form.


The NHS  Muscular/Skeletal information  website has lots of self help information and exercise videos that should help you manage your problem


Dr Graham Taylor (m)

MBChB (Aberdeen 1985) MRCGP DRCOG

Dr Charles Hornsby (m)

MBChB (Dundee 1986) MRCGP DCCH Dip OBS

Dr Robert Lockhart (m)

MBChB (Aberdeen 2005) BSc Med Sci, MRCGP


Dr Kerry Cattanach (f)

MBChB (Aberdeen 2012), MRCGP, DFSRH, DRCOG

Dr Graeme Taylor (m)

MBChB(Hons) Aberdeen 2009, MRCPsych (2014) MRCGP

Salaried GP's

Dr Ronald Stewart (m)

MBChB (Aberdeen 1978) MRCP FRCGP DRCOG

Dr Sarah Packham (f)

MBBS (Newcastle Upon Tyne 2003) MRCP MRCGP  DFFP DRCOG

Dr Vicki Thomson (f)

MBChB (Aberdeen 2012), MPharms (Aberdeen 2007),MRCGP

Dr Alasdair Macgregor (m)

BMBS (2011 Peninsula Medical School) MRCGP

Dr Elouise Mair (f)


Dr Sophie Keddie

MBChB (Aberdeen 2012), MRCEM, DFSRH, BSC (HONS)

Availability of Doctors

Due to outside commitments such as the requirement to undertake continuous professional development, be involved in NHS project meetings and citations to attend court hearings, etc, doctors may be absent from the practice, often at short notice. Locums are sometimes employed in the practice to cover these periods.

Doctors In Training

We are recognised as a training practice to teach doctors the skills of General practice. These doctors are fully qualified and have usually worked in hospitals for at least three years. We are also a recognised teaching practice for Medical Students.

As part of the training we sometimes make video recordings of the consultation for discussion with small groups of doctors only. Your consent would always be asked for before any such recordings were made and you would be able to withdraw consent at the end of the consultation if you changed your mind. If you feel uncomfortable about video recordings please let us know before the consultation. It will not affect the consultation.

We are grateful for your co-operation in the important work of teaching future GPs.

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