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MB, DRCOG, MRCGP, DCH is a part-time partner. She graduated from Queens University Belfast in 1990. Dr Bailie has a special interest in heart disease and dermatology. Dr Bailie is also a GP Trainer.
MB,BCH,BAO,MRCGP is a full time partner. She graduated from Queens University, Belfast in 2001. Dr Ferris has a special interest in Palliative Care and is also a GP Trainer.
MBCHB, MRCGP, is a part-time Partner. He graduated from University of Liverpool in 2010. Dr Bell has a special interest in Mental Health.
Dr R J Hamill (f) MB, BCh, BAO, MRCGP, DMH is a part time partner. She graduated from Queen’s University Belfast in 2011. Dr Hamill has a special interest in women’s health.
Community Midwives run antenatal clinics each Wednesday afternoon in Kircubbin by appointment only and also Monday mornings in Portavogie Community Centre.
Nurse Jenny Taggart
Nurse Lisa Donaghy
Nurse Gemma Ferguson
Nurse Joanne Toner
Nurse Geraldine Campbell
Nurse Louanne Birch Community Nursing Rapid Response Service
The district nurses provide nursing care in the home for those patients unable to come to the surgery. They are closely involved in the provision of care to terminally ill patients being cared for at home. If you need to contact a nurse please ring this surgery or you may be referred by a hospital referral. There are a number of services these nurses can provide, including:
To contact the District Nursing Team Service please phone Donaghadee Health Centre where a member of the Trust Services staff will direct your call. 028 9188 3775.
Macmillan Nurses work alongside doctors, nurses and other professionals to meet the needs of patients suffering from cancer. They help the patients and their carers achieve the best possible quality of life. Requests for a Macmillan Nurse should be made via a GP, district nurse or other medical professional.