Dr BeaumontDr Guy Beaumont

MBChB MRCP MRCGP DRCOG DFM DMJ MFFLM (1987 Edinburgh)

Dr Beaumont has been a partner in Dumfries since 1994.
He is the Cluster Quality Improvement Lead for Dumfries, Mid and Upper Nithsdale. He is also a Forensic Physician for Police Scotland and has been since 1998.
In his spare time he is Club Doctor for Queen of the South FC.
He is available for consultation every weekday except Friday.

 

Dr WalterDr Rob Walter

MBChB MRCGP (1994 Leicester)

Dr Walter came to Dumfries in 1994, joining the practice as a partner in 2000. He splits his time between working in the practice and working as a Clinical Director for EMIS Health - the Clinical Software system that is used in the Practice and across the UK.
He consult every day except Thursdays.

 

Dr GabrielDr Alan Gabriel

MBChB MRCGP (1999 Aberdeen)

Dr Gabriel joined the practice in 2004, having trained locally in the region. 
In his spare time he likes to keep fit by taking part in a range of sports, and when family life allows it he goes out for a ride on his motorbike! 
He is available for consultations every weekday.

 

Dr ArunagirirajDr Jeyarani Arunagiriraj

MB BS DGO MRCOG Part1 DFFP MRCGP (1985 Madras)

Dr Raj has worked in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Sexual health for many years before becoming a G.P and she provides Coil insertions and contraceptive implant insertions within the practice, and is available for consultation Monday to Thursday.

 

Dr EwasDr Abdullah Ewas

BSc., MBBS, DRCOG, DCH, DFSRH, MRCGP, PgDip(dermatology)(2010 London)

Dr Ewas graduated from University College London in 2010 then moved to Dumfries in 2012 and has stayed here since! 
He has an interest in dermatology and minor surgery, including implants for contraception. 
He works five days a week, but in his spare time he enjoys hillwalking, running, cycling and swimming.

 

Dr BuchanDr Catriona Buchan

MBChB MRCGP DCH DFSRH (2007 Aberdeen)

Dr Buchan moved to Dumfries and Galloway from Edinburgh after completing her GP training. She undertook a Paediatric Scholarship and is trained to insert the contraceptive implant. Dr Buchan is the FY2 trainer in the practice.
She is available for consultation on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

 

Dr CarruthersDr Callum Carruthers

MBChB MRCGP DCH (2009 Aberdeen)

Dr Carruthers works in the practice on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. His special interests include minor surgery, joint injections and child health.
As well as working in the practice he also works in the Emergency Department at Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary, volunteers as a responder with BASICS Scotland and as an instructor training other health care professionals in pre-hospital emergency care.

 

Dr IqbalDr Javaid Iqbal

MBBS Postgraduate Diploma in Human Nutrition FRCEM Primary MRCGP (1999 Karachi)

Dr Iqbal moved to Dumfries from Cardiff in 2010 to pursue his GP training. Before that he worked in different specialties across England and Wales. He also worked in Emergency Medicine at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary for four years.
He is available for consultation from Monday to Friday excluding Thursdays.

 

Dr BuckleDr Frances Buckle

MBChB MRCGP (2012 Dundee)

Dr Buckle was born and bred in D&G. She made the move back after completing her GP training in Glasgow.
She consults on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, and alternate Mondays.

 

Dr CherianDr Sonia Cherian

MBBS MRCGP DFSRH PgDip(dermatology) PgCert(medical education) (1999 Mangalore)

Dr. Cherian pursued a portfolio GP career after completing her GP training in England (2007). She is a GP appraiser and GP CPD adviser (NHS Education for Scotland).
She is available for consultation on Thursdays, Fridays and alternate Monday/Wednesdays.

 

Dr VoyseyDr Richard Voysey

MBBS MRCGP (1999 London)

Dr Voysey started his career in ophthalmology before retraining as a GP in Langholm and Carlisle.
He joined Gillbrae in 2019 and has been heavily involved in the teaching and mentoring of St Andrews ScotGEM medical students both in the practice and at the hospital education centre, leading the simulation training for year two.
He consults at the practice on a Monday, but may be seen teaching other days.

 

Dr Whitney has decided to pursue new opportunities outside of our practice, including spending more time with her young family.

We wish her all the best for the future.