|Dr Miles B Mack|
MBChB (Edinburgh 1989) FRCGP
Miles trained in the practice and has been a partner since 1993. He undertakes a full range of medical care including some minor surgery and joint injection. He also represents the practice locally and is active in the Royal College of General Practitioners.
|Dr Moira F McKenna|
MBChB (Edinburgh 1990) FRCGP, BSc, DRCOG, DFSRH
Moira has worked at the practice since 1992 when she started as a trainee GP, becoming a partner in 1994. Outside of work she volunteers for Girlguiding and is a Deputy Lieutenant in the County.
|Dr Sharon Watters|
MBChB (Aberdeen 1995)
Originally from Ayrshire, Sharon graduated from Aberdeen University in 1995 and completed her GP training in Inverness in 2001, becoming a partner at Dingwall Medical Group later the same year.
Outside of work, she enjoys walking her dogs and spending time with her Husband and three children.
|Dr Louise MacLarty|
MBChB (Manchester 2003), MRCGP, DOccMed
Louise attended medical school at St. Andrews and then Manchester, after graduation in 2003 she moved back to the Highlands where she completed GP training. She joined Dingwall Health Centre in 2010. Louise has a special interest in occupational medicine and family planning. Outside of work, Louise spends her time looking after her young family and her ever increasing flock of sheep.
|Dr Jonathan Fletcher|
MBChB (Aberdeen 2003) DRCOG
Jonathan completed GP training in Beauly and Inverness, passing the MRCGP examination in 2008. He has lived in and around Dingwall since 2004 and joined the practice team in 2011. Professional interests include joint injections and minor surgery, geriatrics and palliative care.
|Dr Mary Mackintosh|
MBChB (Glasgow 2002) MRCP, MRCGP, DFSRH, DRCOG, DPD
Mary graduated from Glasgow University in 2002 and initially trained in hospital medicine gaining MRCP in 2006. She completed GP training in 2008 and spent 5 years working as a locum doctor and expedition medic before joining Dingwall Medical Group in 2013. Outside of work she likes spending time in the hills or on the sea. She lives on a croft on the Black Isle with her husband, daughter, cats, hens and sheep.
|Dr Iain B Craighead|
BMedBiol (Aberdeen 1989) MBChB (Aberdeen 1992) DRCOG MRCGP
Interests include Pre-hospital emergency care through BASICS Scotland, 1st team doctor for Ross County Football Club and GP trainer with NHS Education Scotland. Outside interests include Dingwall Free Church & trail running.
|Dr Andrew Jaberoo|
MBChB (Manchester 2012), MRCGP, BSc Medical Science (St. Andrews 2009)
Andrew did his medical training in St. Andrews and Manchester then worked as a doctor in Glasgow and Dumfries for 6 years. He joined the practice as a salaried GP in August 2018 and became a partner in May 2020.
Special interests include palliative care, ENT and he is trained in knee and shoulder joint injections. Outside of work he enjoys kayaking, running, DIY and painting.
|Dr Daniel Simpson|
BSc (Hons) (Aberdeen 2008) MBChB (Aberdeen 2012) MRCGP
Daniel completed his GP training in August 2018 in Inverness. He joined the practice in September 2018. He is trained in providing joint injections. Outside interests include hill walking, mountain biking and campervan trips.
|Dr Helen Lendrum|
MBChB (Glasgow 2004) MRCGP, DFRSH, DRCOG
Helen graduated from Glasgow University in 2004. She spent two years working in New Zealand and Australia before returning to Scotland to complete her GP training. She moved from Aberdeenshire to the Highlands in 2019 with her husband and two boys. Outside of work she enjoys surfing, skiing and mountain biking.
|Dr Helen Henderson|
MB ChB (Leeds 2013) BSc DTM&H
Helen is completing her final year of training with the practice to specialise in General Practice. She graduated from medicine at Leeds University and since has worked in hospitals in London, Liverpool, and Scarborough near where she grew up. Her last job was in Raigmore Emergency Department.
She has an interest in working abroad, including a six month break from training working with a Christian charity helping victims of exploitation in France. Recently married, she currently is enjoying settling into the Highland life and getting involved with their church in Culloden.
At times the practice also employs locum doctors to help cover periods when the regular doctors are away at meetings or on leave. These doctors are all fully qualified and on the Health Board Supplementary List.
Training GPs For The Future
The practice has always been involved in medical education and in fact many of the partners themselves trained in the practice. At present we provide training at three levels:
• Undergraduate Medical Students
We take students from Aberdeen and Dundee Universities for a period of between 4 weeks and 1 year for experience in general practice as part of their undergraduate medical training.
We hope you will enjoy helping with their learning as we know they appreciate their time in our practice. We feel we are able to give them experience which will be highly beneficial for their future careers.
You will always be advised in advance if the appointment is with a student or of the presence of a student and can ask for them to leave at any time. This will not prejudice your care in any way.
• General Practice Registrars
These are attached to the practice for between six and eighteen months and are here to help. They are all fully qualified and have postgraduate experience in hospital before coming to work in the practice.
• Higher Professional Training
On occasions we host doctors undertaking advanced training in specific areas of General Practice, for instance Remote and Rural Training Fellows. These are fully qualified General Practitioners with a Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training in General Practice. We feel the practice benefits from their experience and enthusiasm.