Meet the practice staff

We are incredibly proud to have a genuinely amazing selection of staff and team as a whole. You can find more information about who makes the practice up and put a face to the name of our GP’s. If you would like to find out about joining out team and indeed any current vacancies please click here.

Our Healthcare Team

Dr David Cooksey

Qualified: Edinburgh 2005

Joined The Practice: Aug 2010

In August 2010 I was delighted to be welcomed by Eyemouth Medical Practice and I’ve been a partner here since early 2011. I think this is a great area and I am really enjoying living the Borders lifestyle. At the weekend you may catch me out on my bike, walking along the coastal paths or trying to tame the garden.

Dr Kirsty Robinson

Qualified: Newcastle Upon Tyne 1996

Joined The Practice: April 2006

Areas of interest include family planning, practice administration and medical politics. I am an Educational Supervisor for doctors training in the practice. Outside of work I enjoy being active outdoors walking my dogs and gardening. I am learning to play the clarsach

Dr Yaw Nyadu

Qualified: Edinburgh 2005

Joined The Practice: August 2018

I joined the practice, following a brief spell of working in Australia, to be closer to family. I have an interest in family medicine, mental health, diabetes and minor surgery. I love sport, especially rugby and also love going outdoors and relaxing on beautiful beaches.

Rodger Adcock

Paramedic Practitioner
Qualified 2000 with the North East Ambulance Service

Date joined the practice December 2019

Born in Germany, my family and I moved around the world with my father’s job in HM Forces. After my father left the Army, we settled in North Yorkshire then Durham.
I commenced my ambulance career in 2000 and have worked as a Paramedic Practitioner in the North East of England spending some time with the neonatal intensive care and retrieval service in Newcastle. I completed my first Masters degree in 2015 and continue to teach on the MSc Clinical Skills and Paramedic course at the University of Sunderland. I started my move to primary and urgent care in 2014 and continue to develop my skills in this area.
I live in Coldstream with my wife and our young son. We spend much of our time out with our dog and commuting between the Borders and our croft on the Isle of Skye. My hobbies include ski touring, kayaking and restoring old Landrovers that invariably spend most of the time in my garage.

Kate Flowers

Qualified: Glasgow 2011

Joined The Practice: July 2019

Having trained in Scotland and then spending a few years working in England, it was great to come back over the border to Eyemouth in July 2019. My area of interest within medicine is Child and Adolescent Health. Outside work you would usually find me outdoors; I love spending time with my young children, gardening and being on the beach.

Martin Giebner

Qualifications: Qualifications - General nursing degree, Critical Care Course, Advanced Life Support, In-Flight (Aviation) Nursing, Advanced History Taking , Clinical Assessment and V300 Independent Prescribing.
Joined The Practice: May 2020

After working as a paramedic and teaching emergency care in Austria, I qualified as a nurse in 1995, and came to the UK in 1998. My main background is in critical and emergency care, and I worked in this capacity for over 20 years in Intensive Care units in London, Oxford, Austria, Switzerland, and Australia, and even as far afield as Kent!

After a spell as a flight nurse, bringing patients back home from overseas on air ambulances and scheduled flights, I wanted to do something more community based, and started working as a nurse practitioner for primary care services and GP surgeries in 2015.
Having moved to the lovely Scottish Borders, I joined Eyemouth Medical Practice in May 2020. I am enjoying very much being part of the health care team serving this community. When I’m not at work, you may see me – come rain or shine – riding my motorcycle through this beautiful landscape.

Bev Gower

Nurse Practitioner BSc (nursing) RGN
Qualified: 1985 Hereford school of Nursing
Joined The Practice: January 2019

Originally from Berwick Upon Tweed I spent most of my adult life in Herefordshire. After 28 years of hospital life I moved into primary care over 10 years ago and now work as a practice nurse / practitioner. I moved back to Berwick a couple of years back and spend my days walking the beautiful coastlines up here. I now work part time at the practice.

My main areas of interest are contraception (I fit contraceptive implants) , respiratory care especially asthma and COPD (I was a respiratory nurse specialist nurse ) and minor illness.

Corinne Clark

Practice Nurse

I started my nursing career in 1980 at Peel Hospital Galashiels Borders College of Nursing. I qualified in 1982 and left in 1983 to have my family. I came back to nursing in 1990 when I started work as an Enrolled Nurse at the Knoll Hospital in Duns then updated my training at Napier University in 1996 qualifying as a Registered General Nurse in 1998 to continue my work at the Knoll as a Staff Nurse.
I left the Knoll and came to Eyemouth to work at the Day Hospital in 2000 eventually becoming the Charge Nurse where I spent nineteen happy years nursing a wide variety of patients. I particularly enjoyed the Intravenous Therapy programme, managing complex leg ulcers and stroke care. I am a member of the Scottish Stroke Nurse Forum. I joined Eyemouth Medical Practice as a Practice Nurse in October 2019 after retiring from my Day Hospital post.

Selina Keillor

Dispenser / Clinical Assistant

I have lived and grown up in Eyemouth, I live with my husband and our two girls. We spend much of our weekend out with our dog or at home baking, cooking and generally spending quality time together.
I studied health and safety in a care setting after leaving school. I worked in a Pharmacy for 6 years as a Dispenser developing a extensive knowledge of medicines while building a wide knowledge of varied conditions and minor ailments. I started to work at EMP in 2015 where I have further developed my knowledge. I completed SVQ in Healthcare Support clinical level 7 course through Borders College and plan to extend in my clinical role in the near future.

Practice Team . . .

Karen Gillan – Practice Manager
Mairi Maltman – Assistant Practice Manager
Erin Lindsay – Lead Dispenser
Selina Keillor – Dispenser / Clinical Assistant
Jade Longman – Receptionist
Dionne McDonald – Receptionist
Ciara McGowan Receptionist
Shannon Morrison – Receptionist
Olivia Mackay – Receptionist
Kerri Ross – Office Assistant /Receptionist
Donna Sword – Secretary
Natasha Wilson Secretary

Doctor Training . . .

Since 2012 the practice has been approved as a “training practice.” You can find out what this means and how it affects you as a patient by clicking here.

Our Current Trainees

Dr Anna Badenhorst

Jan De Fusco

Chelsea Jeffrey

The Practice

Where we are and where we cover . . .

Our Catchment Area & Location

We cover Eastern Berwickshire, mainly the TD14 postcode area and, in part, TD13 and TD11. We are unable to register or retain patients who live in England who are part of the English NHS. We are split between 2 locations. Find out more about opening hours and access by clicking below.

Our Mission . . .

The Practice Team works for the benefit of all patients equally and strives to deliver high quality healthcare to each person and to promote well-being.

Service Standards

We strive to offer a first class healthcare service and as such we actively ask patients to feedback their expereinces to us. At the same time, in order for us to provide the bwe employ a code of conduct for patients