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Doctors – Partners

Dr Grant

Dr Grant


Dr Grant graduated in 1999 from Aberdeen University and joined the practice as a Partner  in 2004. She is not in the practice on a Thursday.
While keen to keep up clinical skills in all areas, she has an interest in many things including diabetes and Child Protection.  Out with the Practice, Dr Grant has a leadership role within the Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership in Child Protection.

Dr Denison

Dr Denison


Dr Denison qualified from Aberdeen University in 1998.
She worked for a year in Aberdeen before moving to Glasgow to work for a
few years in a variety of hospital posts. It was during her time in Glasgow
that she gained Diplomas in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Sexual and Reproductive
Health and Geriatric Medicine.
She moved back to Aberdeen in 2000 and finished her GP Training in
Portlethen in 2003, gaining her Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
She worked as a partner in Kemnay in Aberdeenshire for 7 years before moving
back into the city and has been a Partner at Calsayseat since 2013.
Her interests include Undergraduate Teaching having been an Honorary Senior Lecturer
at the University of Aberdeen since 2006.
She is GP tutor for senior medical students at the practice and also teaches Physician
Associate students. Clinical interests include female health, diabetes and geriatric medicine.
She is involved in the North East of Scotland Faculty of the Royal College of General
Practitioners (RCGP) and is currently the Honorary Secretary of the Faculty Board
and a member of the Education Committee.She gained her Fellowship of RCGP in 2016.
She works Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at the practice.
She is married with 3 children.

Dr Adam

Dr Adam

Dr Cassidy

Dr Cassidy


Dr Cassidy qualified in 2001 and has worked at Calsayseat since 2007.
He has a role managing cardiovascular disease. He also is the lead for minor surgery and
performs joint injections. He also is involved in undergraduate teaching.
He works at Calsayseat each Tuesday to Friday.

Dr Newman


Salaried GPs

Dr Parker

Salaried GP

Dr. Parker graduated in 1991 from the University of Aberdeen Medical School. 
She has worked at Portlethen Medical Centre, Old Aberdeen Medical Practice and 
joined Calsayseat Medical Group in 2020 as a salaried GP.
She has an interest in clinical education and combines her GP clinical work 
with a Senior Clinical Lecturer role at the University of Aberdeen Medical School.
She completed a Diploma in Clinical Education (2018) and is a Fellow of the
Royal College of General Practitioners (2022)
She has a holistic approach to patient care, enjoys teaching healthcare students
and working as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
Dr. Parker also does GMED Out of Hours sessions in Aberdeen.

Dr Williams

Salaried GP – PhD, MBChB, BSc (Hons), MRCGP, DRCOG.

Dr. Williams works in the practice all day Thursday and on a Monday morning. Her areas of interest are women’s health and mental health. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Williams also does research into the earlier diagnosis of gynaecological cancers and is a Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen, teaching medical students. Dr. Williams also provides medical services to St.Johnstone Football Club.

Dr Finlayson


Dr Finlayson qualified from Aberdeen University Medical School in 1994. She has lived and worked locally since that time, having completed GP training in 1997. She was a partner at Northfield Medical Practice for 9 years, and has worked both in city and rural practices over the years. She has worked at Calsayseat Medical Group since 2017. She works half-time in the practice, with sessions on a Monday morning, Tuesday all day, and on a Wednesday afternoon. Her areas of clinical interest are Women’s Health and Mental Health.
In addition, she works as a Senior Clinical Lecturer for Aberdeen University Medical School, with a weekly teaching commitment at the Medical School, for 3rd Year Medical students, as well as regular sessions teaching 4th and 5th Year students at the university. Along with her Practice colleagues, she also enjoys student teaching involvement within the practice.