Dr David P Stewart
- MB ChB, MRCGP, DRCOG Dundee 1988
- GMC No 3283936
Dr Stewart joined Monifieth Medical Practice in 1996 having graduated from Dundee University in 1988 and subsequently trained as a GP trained in Tayside. He has enjoyed looking after the community of Monifieth over the last 28 years and watching the village and practice change and grow over the years. Dr Stewart has maintained an interest in sports medicine, minor surgery and steroid joint injections though out his practice, and has further training in respiratory medicine. He enjoys the challenge of managing skin conditions in general practice, and also shares the running of our baby clinic.
Dr Alison J Clement
- MB ChB, FRCGP Dundee 2000
- GMC No 4737821
Dr Alison Clement MBChB FRCGP has been a partner in Monifieth Medical Practice since August 2009. She particularly enjoys caring for elderly patients, having previously been involved in setting up our enhanced community support model of care. She has an interest in women's health, fitting coils and nexplanons, and supports the care of residents in the South Grange Nursing Home. Dr Clement combines her work in Monifieth with her role as Associate Medical Director for Angus Health and Social Care Partnership.
Fitting coils & nexplanons
Dr Karen Steven
- MB ChB Glasgow 1990
- GMC No 3455036
Dr Steven joined the practice in August 2009. She is a part-time partner working Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings and all day Wednesday. Dr Steven has additional skills in fitting coils and contraceptive implants. She supervises the students and junior doctors in the practice.
Coils & contraceptive implants
Dr James McDonald
- MB ChB, MRCGP Dundee 2005
- GMC No 1629664
Dr McDonald joined the practice in 2011, having graduated from Dundee University in 2005. He enjoys the varied spectrum of clinical work in general practice and has been instrumental in organising the way we look after our diabetic patients. He also has a keen interest in palliative care and is the practice lead in this area. Dr McDonald is also a GP trainer, supervising trainee doctors in the practice who are en route to becoming GPs.
Dr Saima Ali
- MB ChB, DFSRH, MRCGP Dundee 2006
- GMC No 6143374
Dr Saima Ali joined the practice in August 2014 as a GP partner. She graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 2006 and completed her GP training in Perth. Following this Dr Ali worked as a GP Retainer in her training practice and also did some out-of-hours work. She likes looking after the elderly patients within our practice and the care homes surrounding it. She is also a GP trainer, supervising our trainee doctors in the practice to become GPs. In addition to this she has a special interest in women's health.
Dr Ruth McCullagh
- MB ChB, DFSRH, MRCGP Edinburgh 2005
- GMC No 6120463
Dr McCullagh graduated from Edinburgh University in 2005 and qualified as a GP in 2014. She joined the practice as a partner in 2019. Dr McCullagh enjoys all aspects of general practice work and has a special interest in women’s health and is the practice educational programme lead.
Practice educational programme lead
Dr Sarah McLuckie
- Qualifications tbc
- GMC No 7519045
Dr McLuckie joined us as a GP Registrar and is now a Salaried GP, having completed her training in the summer of 2021. She spent four years working in a variety of medical and surgical specialities in hospitals across Tayside before joining the practice.
GP Partner Availability
These are the times our Doctors are available for consultations:
|Dr Stewart||Morning||Morning||-||All day||All day||Not in Wed|
|Dr Clement||-||All day||-||All day||-||Not in Mon, Wed, Fri|
|Dr McDonald||All day||All day||-||Afternoon||-||Not in Wed, Fri|
|Dr Steven||Morning||Morning||All day||Morning||-||Not in Fri|
|Dr Ali||All day||Morning||All day||All day||-||Not in Fri|
|Dr McCullagh||-||All day||Morning||-||All day||Not in Mon, Thu|
|Dr McLuckie||-||-||All day||All day||All day||Not in Mon,Tue|
Our busiest time is first thing in the morning and we cannot guarantee that the doctor of your choice will be available to see you.
Provision is always made for urgent cases to be seen by the duty doctor on the day.