Nurse Practitioners

Ms Margaret-Ann Mitchell

RGN, BSc in Cancer and Palliative Care MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice

Mrs Pauline McArthur
Mrs Maureen Easton

Advanced Nurse Practitioners 

Who are all registered general nurses who have obtained their masters qualification in Advanced Clinical Practice accredited by The Royal College of Nursing through The Robert Gordons University. 

Advance is practice is defined as:

Advanced practice is a level of practice, rather than a type of practice.  Advanced Nurse Practitioners are educated at Masters Level in the clinical practice and have been assessed as competent in practice using their expert clinical knowledge and skills.  They have the freedom and authority to act, making autonomous decisions in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of patients.  (RCN 2020) 

Specialist Nurses

Nurse Kirsteen Coady

Kirsteen Coady QN: Team lead, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Practice teacher, specialises in long term condition management , service developer to ensure high quality evidence-based person centered care.


Emma Bain
Rebecca Jack
Hannah Milne
Jacqueline Peterkin

Registered nurses with a wide range of skills which include treatment room and general nursing duties as well as skills such as a smear taking, contraception and managing people with long-term conditions.


Linda Milton
Joyce Geddes

Non-registered nursing staff who have a wide range of skills and are supervised by registered nurse.  They provide a skilled service of nursing tasks such as phlebotomy, ECG’s and BP’s.

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