We have 7 GP Partners attached to Tayview Medical Practice. Details of each partner, and their interests, can be found below.
We are also fortunate to have medical students attached to our practice for short periods. With the patient's consent, they may also consult with the GP and learn about general practice.
At times, such as when a doctor is on annual leave, the Practice will use a locum doctor in order to assist the Practice. Locum doctors are fully qualified general practitioners and have been fully certified by NHS health boards to enable them to locum at practices.
The practice has a team of experienced, dedicated, GP partners who aim to provide you with an excellent service in relation to your healthcare needs.
|Dr Neil John Mackintosh (m)|
MB ChB (Dundee) 1985
|Dr Clare Carolyn Brown (f)|
MB ChB (University of Glasgow) 1992
Dr Brown completed her medical training at the University of Glasgow in 1992. Upon completion, Dr Brown rotated through a number of areas within the NHS before working as a GP, at a practice in Glasgow, in 1997. Dr Brown joined Tayview Medical Practice, as a partner, in 1999.
Dr Brown's interests include diabetes and breast disease. She currently works 7 sessions per week within the Breast Surgery Department at Ninewells Hospital and provides 3 sessions of consultation time, per week, at Tayview.
Dr Brown is available, within the practice, on a Tuesday and Thursday morning.
|Dr Pauleen Frances Margaret Barrs (f)|
MB ChB (University of Dundee) 1999
Dr Barrs completed her medical training at the University of Dundee in 1999. Upon completion, Dr Barrs rotated through a number of areas within the NHS which included obstetrics and gynaecology, psychiatry, care of the elderly, ENT and opthalmology before commencing training as GP.
Dr Barrs' interests include women's health and child health. She currently works 7 sessions per week at Tayview.
Dr Barrs is available, within the practice, on a Monday morning, Tuesday morning, Wednesday morning, Thursday all day and Friday all day. There are times, depending on whether Dr Barrs is assisting with our extended hour surgeries, that her Monday or Tuesday morning may be changed to an afternoon.
|Dr Rachel Catherine Ann Monks (f)|
MB ChB DGM (Edinburgh) 1995
|Dr Moontarin Ansar (m)|
MB ChB (University of Dundee) 2003, MRCGP 2009
Dr Ansar is a full time General Practitioner and is also the GP Cluster Quality Lead for North East Fife for the Fife Health & Social Care Partnership. Between 2003 - 2008, Dr Ansar has spent time working in various departments as part of his training in NHS Tayside. He has helped facilitate and implement the Step Down Rehabilitation Unit at a local Care Home. Dr Ansar currently delivers steroid injections for the practice and is also going to be a facilitator for the Surgical Skills Unit course delivery. Together, with his colleagues, he is involved in helping deliver care to the patients of the practice.
Dr Ansar began working at Tayview Medical Practice immediately following his post qualification training within General Practice in Tayside. He is currently a GP tutor for Dundee University and provides teaching to medical students regarding general practice. As of October 2016, Dr Ansar began working with the Health & Social Care Partnership within Fife. This position involves promoting inter-practice collaboration to reflect the needs of General Practice in order to help serve the population of North East Fife as effectively as possible. Dr Ansar is also involved with the Out of Hours service for both NHS Fife and NHS Tayside.
Dr Ansar's interests include CHD (Coronary Heart Disease) management, orthopaedics and education/training.
Dr Ansar is available, within the practice, on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday morning and Friday
|Dr Christopher Goudie (m)|
MB ChB (University of Dundee) 2007, MRCGP
Dr Goudie studied medicine at the University of Dundee and graduated in 2007. Upon completion of his Degree, Dr Goudie worked within various hospital departments across Perth, Angus and Dundee before completing his GP training at a practice within Dundee. Dr Goudie is the joint diabetic lead for the practice and also has a keen interest in dermatology. He is also the lead GP for our medical students who attend from St. Andrews University.
Dr Goudie has interests in dermatology, minor surgery and diabetes.
Dr Goudie is available, within the practice, on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
|Dr Jennifer Gilmour (f)|
BSc Hons (Biochemistry & Pharmacology) (University of Southampton) 2005, MB ChB (University of Dundee) 2010, MRCGP 2016
Dr Gilmour commenced as a partner of the practice in October 2016. Prior to completing her general practice training, Dr Gilmour worked within a variety of hospital departments including surgical, medical, A&E and paediatrics.
Dr Gilmour has interests in paediatrics, end of life care, mental health and women's health.
Dr Gilmour is available, within the practice, on a Monday, Thursday and Friday.