Imperial NwokoloMSc Physician Associate (2018), Biochemistry (2010)
Imperial qualified as a Physician Associate, from the University of Aberdeen in 2018. She has worked across acute medicine, Emergency medicine and General Practice.
Physician associates are medically trained, generalist healthcare professionals, who work alongside doctors and provide medical care as an integral part of the multidisciplinary team.
She joined the practice in 2021. She sees acute and semi-urgent presentations across different age groups. She runs the implant clinic and part of the diabetes clinic as well.
She is also part of the PA National OSCE examiner. Outside work, she enjoys spending time with her family and gets involved in her local church.
Aleksandra ClelandPhysician Associate
Physician associates (PAs) are healthcare professionals with a postgraduate generalist medical education who work alongside doctors providing medical care as an integral part of the multidisciplinary team. PAs can see patients in much the same way as GP’s do. There is no patient group that they cannot see although they cannot sign prescriptions or return to work certificates.
Aleksandra joined the practice in 2023 and has special interest in women’s health, and she is working toward a Diploma in sexual and reproductive Health.
Arun MuralidharanPhysician Associate
Cheri YuleAdvanced Nurse Practitioner
Cheri has been a qualified nurse since 2007 and started her career in ARI working in Acute Medical Admission, Gastroenterology and lastly Coronary Care Unit for 9yrs. Cheri then helped out with the Community Heart Failure Nurses for 9 months whilst covering maternity leave. From there she moved to Peterhead Minor Injury/Casualty Unit where she added Minor Injury, Minor Illness and Acutely Ill Child/Young Person to her qualifications.
Cheri started with the Calsayseat team Nov 2022 as a Trainee Nurse Practitioner and has already completed her training as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner by completing Clinical Examination Module. From her varied background she have been able to use her knowledge and skills and adapt to primary care.
Cheri lives with her husband and rottweiler pup and lives a far less interesting life than her work one.