Dr Timothy McClure MBBCH MRCGP
I am originally from Northern Ireland. I worked in Ayrshire since 2002. I have been a GP trainer in Ayrshire since 2008 and am interested in continuing with this.
Outside interests include touring Britain with our 4 children in our caravan
Dr W John Locke
Originally from Dumfries, qualified Edin 1981. Kirkcudbright 1987 onwards. Interests diabetes, health service planning and delivery. Outside interests farming and Queen of the South.
Dr Catriona Buchan
I grew up near Stirling and attended Glasgow University graduating in 1989. In 1990 I came to Dumfries to do a 3 year GP training scheme. After 1 year in Australia I worked in paediatrics firstly in Dumfries then Edinburgh, before coming to Kirkcudbright as a locum in 1996. I have been a half time partner here since 1998. I am married with 2 daughters. We enjoy the beautiful countryside of Dumfries and Galloway.
Qualified from the Royal London Hospital in 1982 and completed GP training scheme in Essex in 1986.
After working for a year in Australia and New Zealand, I became a partner in a large town practice in West Sussex where I was also involved in GP education.
I moved to Kirkcudbright , along with my wife and 2 children in August 2003.
Medical interests are dermatology and minor surgery, including joint injection. My non medical interests are hill walking and gardening.
Dr Lisa Corrie
MBChB MRCOP DFSRH DRCOG
I grew up in Balmaclellan and attended Dalry School and Kirkcudbright Academy. I studied medicine at Edinburgh University, graduating in 2002. I completed my GP training in Leith, Edinburgh. I lived and worked in and around Edinburgh until, with my family, I returned to Dumfries and Galloway in 2008
I joined Kirkcudbright and Gatehouse Medical Practice as a GP partner in August 2011. My medical interests are women's health, children's health and palliative care. I am also a medical student tutor and at present we train students from Dundee University
My outside interests mainly involve spending time with my husband and 2 children, often at the chocolate factory