Dr Paul McMullan



MB ChB (Aberdeen 2009) MRCGP PGDipSEM

Dr McMullan first joined the practice as a GP Trainee in 2011 and has been a Partner since 2016.

His interests include Sports Medicine, minor surgery, joint injections and HGV/DVLA medicals. Dr McMullan is the First Team Doctor for Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club (ICTFC). 

Dr McMullan enjoys the contrasting rural and urban demands of general practice, working in both Riverside and Cromarty Medical Practices. He works alongside NHS Highland to help deliver high quality patient care as one of the District Medical Leads for Inverness.

Dr Linda Thurlow-White (f)



Dr Thurlow-White is originally from Contin and returned to the Highlands for her first GP role

Joining the team as a salaried Doctor in February 2018 Dr Thurlow-White  becoming a Partner in January 2020.  She currently works across both Cromarty and Riverside Practices.

Her special interests include Gynaecology , Sexual &Reproductive Healthcare, Paediatrics & Neonatology and Rural General Practice.  She has worked with NHSH, and alongside Dr McMullan, as District Medical lead for Mid-Ross since April 2019.

Dr Thurlow-White has a Diploma from the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare 


Dr Stroma Beattie (f)

Cromarty Medical Practice

Dr Beattie - originally from the Scottish Borders, but married to a Black Isler.

Dr Beattie studied at the University of Edinburgh, then trained in General Practice with subsequent time in Psychiatry before moving to the Far East.  On her return to the UK, she ‘re-entered’ British General Practice at Riverside Medical Practice before working in Hertfordshire.

There she spent 20 years, many of them as the International Medical Adviser to a charitable organisation working across the region - a role which combined occupational and travel medicine with general practice. 

After a brief spell in the Scottish Borders, she moved back to the Highlands and joined Cromarty Medical Practice in 2019. She enjoys the diversity of General Practice and the privilege of getting to know people in their own contexts.

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