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Practice Background

Dr. McCann lives in Duns with his wife, a nursing sister, and family. He has been a full-time GP here for 29 years, and has a particular interest in family and preventative medicine, heart disease, children’s and men’s health. He has overall responsibility for prescribing issues within the practice and ensures that this is done safely and effectively according to current guidelines. In his spare time he is a keen tennis player and plays flute and saxophone in several orchestras and other groups in the Borders.

Dr. Moralee is one of two female GPs in the practice, and has more than 20 years’ experience in general practice. She and her husband, a surgeon at Borders General Hospital, have lived in the Borders since 2000. Her interests are women’s and children’s health, diabetes and general medicine. She co-ordinates the management of patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes, stroke, asthma and high blood pressure to ensure the highest standards of modern care. She enjoys walking, cycling & skiing, and also plays the flute & piano.

Both doctors have postgraduate qualifications in general practice and child health, and Dr Moralee has a diploma in obstetrics and gynaecology.

Dr. Fiona Megahy formally joined our team in May 2016 having worked for many years as our regular locum. She has over 17 years' experience working as a GP in the Borders and undertakes regular surgeries in the practice. She has a particular interest and qualification in Sports and Exercise Medicine and in her spare time provides medical cover for Gala RFC.

Duns Medical Group is a paper-light practice, which means all clinical information is recorded on computer, with all documents and results scanned into the electronic patient record. We believe this promotes efficient record-keeping and improves clinical care. We adhere to the strict confidentiality policy of the Data Protection Act.

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