Community Midwives



Practice Nurses

Catriona Spalding (Lead Practice Nurse)


Pauline Clark

Sarah Fitzpatrick


Our practice nurses provide a range of services throughout the week. They perform practical procedures such as ear syringing, injections, wound care, blood tests (including ante-natal testing), blood pressure checks, travel and new patient consultation.

Please contact the receptionist for an appointment.

Diabetic and asthma clinics are held throughout the week for routine reviews and advice.

District Nurses

The district nurses can be contacted between Monday to Friday 08:00 – 16:30 by telephone on 0131 446 2360.  Outwith these times, please contact NHS24 by telephone on 111.

District Nurses are qualified nurses who have undertaken a specialist qualification in Community Health. They manage a team of qualified and unqualified nurses to deliver nursing care to patients in their homes.  The service is provided for people who are housebound and will assess, plan and provide the most appropriate high standard nursing care.  It is a 24-hour responsive service that promotes patient independence through teaching and supporting the patient and their carers.  They work in partnership with other members of the Health Care Team and local agencies to maximise the opportunity for patients to live at home.

Attached Staff

Integrated Care Pharmacist - Based Morningside Medical Practice

Claire Stein (part time)

Scott Findlay (part time)

Our integrated primary care pharmacy team lead medicines optimisation and deliver a specialist clinical pharmacy service within an agreed standard of pharmaceutical care for the identified patient population, safely, effectively and within their defined limits of responsibility, resources and activity. They provide prescribing and professional advice to medical, nursing and other healthcare staff and contribute to good clinical governance in the use of medicines.

Health Visitors

You can contact your named health visitor for advice and guidance on issues such as:

  • Baby and child growth and development
  • Childhood conditions, allergies and infections
  • Breastfeeding, bottle-feeding and weaning
  • Teething
  • Post-natal depression, and parental mental and physical health
  • Child behaviour issues, such as sleeing, eating, potty-training and tantrums
  • Support with parenting, family health and relationships

The Morningside Medical Practice Health Visitors can be contacted on 0131 312 2168.

For Health Visitors appointments and cancellations please call 0131 312 1860.


A Community Midwife runs an antenatal clinic every Friday morning.  The Midwife offers a range of antenatal services and advice.

The Morningside Medical Practice Midwife can be contacted on 0131 536 9847. The antenatal booking phone number is 0131 536 2009.


A dietician runs a clinic on a weekly basis

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