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Old School House Surgery1 Antrim RoadLurganCo.Armagh, BT67 9BWTel: 028 38311 900
Dr Kelly joined the Practice as a Partner on 1st Jan'14, although he has been working in the Practice for the past 4years.
Dr Kelly worked in both the Ulster and Daisy Hill Hospitals in
a variety of areas including General Medicine, General Surgery,
Accident and Emergency Medicine, Paediatrics and Psychiatry.
He completed his training as a General Practitioner registrar in
The Old Schoolhouse Medical Centre.
He is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and
holds a Diploma in Mental Health.
BSc, PhD, MBChB, RCGP
Having completed a BSc Biochemistry (2001), and PhD in Molecular Oncology (2004) at Queens University Belfast, Dr Draffin qualified from Aberdeen University in 2008. After which, Dr Draffin worked mainly in the Royal Victoria Hospital and Belfast City hospital, Belfast, and Daisy Hospital, Newry, in a variety of areas including Orthopaedics, Cardiology, Respiratory, Oncology, Haematology, Accident and Emergency, and Paediatrics.
Dr Draffin completed her GP training with The Old School House Medical Centre in 2015, and is now a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners. To date, she has a specialist interest in minor surgery and family planning.
Dr Doyle joined the practice as a salaried GP in February 2019 but has been working in the practice since August 2017. He completed his training as a General Practice Registrar here in The Old School House Medical Centre. His undergraduate degree was completed in Queen’s University Belfast.
He has worked in the Royal Victoria Hospital, Daisy Hill Hospital and in Craigavon Area Hospital, in a variety of specialities, including; General Medicine, General Surgery, Trauma and Orthopaedics, Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry and Paediatrics.
He is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners
He has an interest in Minor Surgery and has a certificate in Palliative Care Medicine.
The practice is now registered for training General Practitioners. A Registrar GP will be appointed to the practice from time to time and will work in the surgery for a one year period. The Reistrar is a fully qualified doctor who is finalising his/her training before becoming a GP.
Is trained in Phlebotomy.
Carol takes bloods & BP Monitoring on Tuesday & Thursday;s from 8.30-11am. An appointment can be arranged at reception.
Maria takes bloods & BP Monitoring on Wednesday mornings from 10.30-12noon. An appointment can be arranged at reception.
Rebecca takes bloods & BP Monitoring on Friday mornings from 11am-12.30pm. An appointment can be arranged at reception.
Practice Manager- Denise has worked in General Practice for over 20yrs, working in all adminstration, from reception to practice management
Carol has worked in General Practice for over 20years, she covers all aspects of reception duties.
Carol also holds a phlebotomy clinic on Tuesday & Thursday mornings.
Una has worked in General Practice for the past 12years.
Una deals with all New Patient Registerations along with general reception duties.
Una also deals with GDPR requests.
Angela has worked in General Practice for over 20years, she deals with all reception duties.
Angela looks after medical insurance reports from Solicitors etc & GDPR requests.
Maria works in the reception area and also has a phlebotomy clinic on Wednesday morning's.
Rebecca is the newest member of the team.
Rebecca works in the reception area and also holds a phlebotomy clinic on every Friday 11-12.30pm.
Practice Based Pharmacist
Tracey Scott BSc Mpharm
Qualified Queens University Belfast 2007
Tracey worked as a Community Pharmacist for ten years, before taking up the role of Practice Based Pharmacist in January 2017.
In February 2018, she qualified as a Non-Medical Independent Prescriber after completing a Post-Graduate qualification through Queens University Belfast, with an interest in Asthma.
She is a member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland.
Tracey provides prescribing support within the Practice. Her role includes:
Reviewing patient medications, dealing with medication/prescription requests, managing medicines after hospital discharge, developing prescribing protocols, drug safety monitoring, cost-saving.
Tracey runs an asthma clinic on a Tuesday afternoon, and can also be contacted for telephone & face to face Patient Medicine advice and support.
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