St Bernards Well 

Green Practice

Stockbridge Health Centre

1 India Pl, Edinburgh, EH3 6EH

Appointments 260 9226 (open 8:30am-1pm and 2pm-5pm)
Enquiries 260 9227 (open 8:30am-1pm and 2pm-6pm)

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Practice staff

Doctors Nursing Team Admin Team

Services provided by the Practice Nurse

There is currently one Practice Nurse within the Green Practice and she works various hours as detailed below:

Becky Millar works Monday, Tuesday AM, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

GPN Becky Millar

I qualified as a registered adult nurse from Edinburgh Napier University in 2009 and began working in the Western General Hospital and then the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. In 2013, I retrained as a community staff nurse, becoming a district nurse on completion of a Post Graduate diploma in District Nursing at Queen Margaret University. 

I began working at the Green Practice in 2016 - training under Pauline Waugh, our lead nurse. Pauline mentored me whilst completing the NHS Education and General Practice Nursing programme in 2018 and Non-Medical Prescribing for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals in 2020 at Edinburgh Napier University.

I have a special interest in long-term conditions and tissue viability.

GPN Pauline Waugh

I qualified as a nurse in Edinburgh in 1990 and I started in the Green Practice in 1997 having worked in the regional infectious diseases unit for 5 years as a Staff Nurse and HMP Barlinnie Glasgow for 2 years as a Practitioner Nurse. I am the Practice Nurse Team Leader responsible for the professional development and management of the nurse team.

I gained a Fellowship by Assessment (FBA) from the Queens Nursing Institute in Scotland in 2006 and I am a trainer currently teaching and mentoring Practice Nurse students. I also teach medical students within the practice.

I have a special interest in respiratory disease and coronary heart disease and we provide nurse lead clinics and appointments for patients with these diseases.

I am a nurse prescriber and can prescribe medications for a large number or diseases and conditions such as asthma or minor ailments such as urinary tract infections (UTI) and repeat medications such as contraceptive pills.

I plan and facilitate the practice's protected learning time afternoons on a Wednesday once a month which we use for staff training and development to help improve our services and patient care.

For a full list of the services the Practice Nurse team offers please see the nursing team section below:


  • Asthma Management
  • Blood Pressure Monitoring
  • Carer Review
  • Cervical Screening
  • Contraception Advice/Prescription
  • COPD management
  • Diabetes Management
  • Healthy Living and Diet Advice
  • HRT Prescription
  • IHD (Heart) Review
  • Minor Ailments (UTI, Cystitis, etc)
  • Over 75 Checks
  • Venepuncture
  • Well Man Checks
  • Well Women Checks

Services provided by the Phlebotomist

Diana works Monday-Friday mornings and Susie consults on Thursday afternoons

  • Assisting Coil procedures
  • Assisting Minor Surgery
  • Blood Pressure taking
  • Venepuncture

The above services are by appointment only. Appointments are available Monday to Friday throughout the day, please book appointments via the receptionist 260 9226

Services provided by the District Nurses

District Nurses provide the public with an at home nursing service, available 24hrs a day.

Day time service is available 8am to 4.30pm - 260 9202

Evening and weekend service can be accessed after 4.30pm - 111

District nursing service is based within the Health Centre. There is an answering machine attached to the direct line. Messages are read and recorded at regular intervals throughout the day (8am, 11am, 2pm, 4pm and 4.30pm). All calls will be responded to as soon as possible. Please leave your details so they can call you back.

Services provided by the Health Visiting Team

Diane Porteous
Kim Brodie
Ruth Conner
Emma Sim
Ali Blake
Health Visitor 260 9204

Health Visitor

What is a Health Visitor?

Health Visitors are qualified nurses with additional training and experience in family health and child development.

Who is the service for?

The Health Visiting Service is offered to all families with children under the age of 5 years. We also have a team of two clinical support workers who work with the elderly population.

What does the service do?

The Health Visiting Service promotes the mental, physical health and social wellbeing of children, young people and families within the community. Health Visitors provide practical help and advice to the whole family. They are proactive in promoting good health and preventing ill health.

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Green Practice - Stockbridge Health Centre 2006-2017