Meet Some Real GPs

GP has to be the most flexible career in medicine.  Whether you are looking for full or part time, partnership, salaried or locum, there will always be something out there for you.

So what career options are open to you in general practice?  Here are just a few examples from North of Scotland Trainees from the last few years. 




Greig Nicol, GP Partner with a special interest in sports and musculoskeletal.  Greig Nicol is a partner in Aberdeen.  Read about his experiences










Rosalind Adam, Salaried GP, Academic Fellow and Specialist Pain Management.  Want to know how she fits it all in....... Read on







Amy Pickles, Locum GP and Occupational Health. Amy works for NHS Grampian in their Occupational Health Service and even finds time for some GMED Out of Hours work. Read about her varied posts.





David Earley, GP Trainee.  David is a GP Trainee in ST3 and just coming to the end of his training.  Here is his take on his experiences








 Adaeze Ifezulike, GPSI Sexual Health and Out of Hours GP. Adaeze works as a "GP with Special Interest" in Sexual Health in the Centre for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Aberdeen.  She also augments this with some out of hours work with GMEDs the Grampian Out of Hours provider. See how she has used her GP Training


Gaynor Graham is a GP Partner in a rural practice in Dufftown in Moray. Read about the variety of work that that entails


Emma Smith is a GP Partner in Inverness.  She was headed for a career in General Medicine before a change of mind saw not only a switch of speciality to General Practice but also a move in location from the West of Scotland to Highland.  So what lead to her change in direction?






Katie Walter has now settled as a GP in Inverness.  Read about her experiences of the fabulous work-life balance of general practice in the Highlands.
Adrian Crofton is an Aberdeen GP and is an Educational Supervisor at Carden Practice in Aberdeen.  Adrian has kindly agreed to write a blog on his busy life as a dad, a keen climber and a GP.

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