Meet the Team

Meet Our Doctors

Dr. R A Currie (Male)
MBChB (1982 Edinburgh), MRCGP

Available Tues, Fri am & all day Thursday.

Dr. P M Robson (Male)
MBChB (2002 Glasgow), DCH, MRCGP

Available Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri all day, Wed a.m. only  

Dr. N C Bramley (Female)
MBBS (2002 Nottingham) MRCGP (2007), DRCOG, DFSRH

Available Mon, Tues, Wed & Thursday all day.

Dr I Wilson (Male)
MBChB (2009 Aberdeen) MRCGP

Available Mon, Tues, Thursday & Friday all day 

Dr. J W Clyde (Male)
MBChB (1992 Edinburgh) MRCP, DCH, MRCGP

Available Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri all day.

Dr. K Lee (Female)
MBChB (1998 Glasgow), DFFP, DRCOG, MRCGP

Available Mon & Wed all day, Thurs a.m. only.

Dr A V Roberts (Female)
MBChB (2011 Aberdeen) MRCGP, DFSRH (2017)

Available Tues, Wed, Thursday & Friday all day.

Meet Our Nursing Staff

Trish Clyde
Advance Nurse Practitioner

Gail Hawker
Health Care Assistant

Alison Cox
Practice Nurse

Nichola Burnett
Nurse Practitioner

Alison Jardine
Health Care Assistant

Victoria Donnelly
Practice Nurse


Practice Management

Suzanne Robson
Practice Manager

Laura Currie
AssistantPractice Manager


Reception Staff

Lesley Young
Senior Receptionist

Jessica Jones

Louise Dunlop

Kerry Blower

Rachel McWilliam

Christine Dickson

Stephanie Jones

Alison Dalziel

Jillian Carmichael


Medical Secretaries

Angela Kearney

Alison Jardine

Laura Currie


Prescriptions Admin

Lindsay Hannah

Data Admin

Pam Sharkey


Clinical Pharmacy Team

The Clinical pharmacy team are here to support you with medication needs & queries.

Charlotte Medical Practice has 3 clinical pharmacists

Dr. Emily Kennedy
– Thursday Morning

Chris Dunlop
– Monday pm, Tuesday & Wednesday am & all day Thursday

Mandi McCabe
– Wednesday Pm & all day Friday

Supporting them are 2 pharmacy technicians:

Karen Titterington

Donna Davidson

Some of the ways that they can help you are:

  • General Medication enquires – if you have any queries regarding the use of a specific medicine, side effects, interactions, any concerns
  • Managing long-term conditions – they could discuss the medicines you are taking to make sure they are working for you
  • After a stay in hospital – if your medicines have been changed, they can help explain them and help you get the maximum benefit from the change
  • Reviewing your medicines – ideally, all patients on long-term medicines should have yearly reviews
  • Experiencing side effects – if you are experiencing side effects, we can discuss what the best options would be such as adjustments or switching to another medication.

First Contact Physiotherapist

Charlotte Medical Practice has a First Contact Physiotherapist 

Ruth Bell
– Monday & Friday all day & on a Wednesday morning

Our First Contact Physiotherapist can:

  • Assess you and diagnose what is happening
  • Give expert advice on how best to manage your condition
  • Refer you for further treatment, investigations or specialist services if required.

Primary Care Mental Health Nurses

Primary Care Mental Health Nurses offer mental health assessment and short term therapy for patients with mild to moderate mental health issues.

Charlotte Medical Practice has two Primary Care Mental Health Nurses

Mel Styles
– all day Tuesday & Wednesday

Lynne Rhodie
– all day Monday & Friday PM

They can help with various mental health issues including:

  • Low mood/depression
  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Adjustment issues
  • Health anxiety

Support includes self-help advice, self-management materials & individual therapy.

The Mental Health nurse will establish your needs, advise you of services that can help, or option within the Mental Health Services or if required arrange review appointments.

The Primary Care Mental Health Nurses are not suitable for patients who currently engage with Mental Health service, you should contact your Keyworker for help.

Meet Our Attached/Associated Staff

District Nursing Team

If you require a district nurse to call at your home, please telephone the surgery before 10.00 a.m.

Health Visitors – Helping you to better health.

Health Visitors are all qualified nurses, with special training and experience in child health, health promotion and health education. We are here to listen to you and to help advise and support you in all sorts of situations. Our aim is to help you and your children lead as healthy a life as possible, both physically and mentally. We are here for everyone: families with children, couples, single people, young people and older people. We can advise, listen and, if necessary, direct you to specialist help e.g. Speech Therapy, Psychology, Drug & Alcohol Service