Community Midwives


Laura Cox 

Clinics are held at Kemnay Clinic, Fyfe Park.

Telephone 01467 670920

Women should call the health Centre for their first appointment

When you discover you are pregnant or should you have any pregnancy or postnatal concerns, please contact Kemnay Community Maternity Unit on 01467 670920.

If patient's need to contact a midwife after this time they will have my mobile number or the maternity unit if they need to speak to a midwife immediately.

The Inverurie unit is staffed 24 hrs. 

The direct line telephone number to Aberdeen Maternity Hospital is 01224 553602.


Community Nurses

The Community District Nursing Team is based at Kemnay Health Clinic, Fyfe Park, Kemnay.

Telephone 01467 672761

Alison Thomson:

District Nurse Team Leader RGN - 1997, Specialist Practitioner District Nursing - 2014, Independent Prescriber - 2018.

Claire Ross:  

District Nurse

Karen Hay: 

Community Nurse

Savannah Copland:

Community Nurse

 The district nursing service provides holistic assessment and nursing care to housebound patients. 

The nurses work as a team with Kemnay Medical Group assisting housebound patients to self-manage their long-term conditions enabling them to remain in their own homes. 

We can access specialist nurses including Bladder and Bowel Service, Stoma, Stroke Rehabilitation, Macmillan and Marie Curie Nurses.  We work as a multi-disciplinary team with Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, and Care management enabling and supporting people to remain independent in their own homes.

We are available from 08:30 to 17:00 Monday to Friday and can also arrange care out-with these hours as required. A message can be left on our answering machine.  Please follow the message instructions to contact a nurse out-with these hours. 

At weekends and daily between 5pm - 8.30am, a nurse can be contacted on 111.

Health Visitors

Telephone 01467 672773

Kerry Fiddes (Health Visitor)

Anne Donn (Health Visitor)

Maureen Teague (Family Development Worker)

Health visitors work closely with midwives, practice nurses and GPs, and community services to support your whole family while you adjust to becoming new parents. 

They are based in Fyfe Park within Kemnay, and will offer you support in your own home as well as in local services.  

They are there to support you, not judge you, so don’t worry if you don’t look your best or think your house is looking untidy – that is completely normal with a new baby. Health visitors visit all families who are expecting or have had a baby, to offer support and answer any questions you may have, so it is important that you understand their role and how they can support you as parents.  

What does a health visitor do?

A health visitor’s role is to support the health and development of babies and children until they are 5 years old and start going to school as well as parent’s health and wellbeing. They can give you help and advice on anything from feeding, routines, immunisations, and contraception, to your emotional and mental health They can offer: 

  • advice on your child’s growth and development
  • advice about safe sleep and sudden infant death syndrome
  • parenting support for mums, dads and carers
  • information on local support networks such as antenatal classes, father’s groups and breastfeeding support 
  • support for single parents
  • information and advice on minor illnesses, seeking further medical support and preventing accidents
  • to supporting you in maintaining a healthy lifestyle including services such as stopping smoking or substance misuse, physical activity and healthy diets
  • support with you and your family's emotional wellbeing
  • your sexual health and your relationship
  • communicating with your baby
  • supporting your child’s development
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