Dr Gill Foster, Consultant in Palliative Medicine and Medical Lead, has worked at Strathcarron Hospice since 1998. Gill originally trained as a GP then transferred her skills and experience to working in palliative care. She qualified as a Consultant in 2014. Gill has particular interests in education, communication training, renal palliative medicine, lymphoedema care and medicines management.  She is a trained Project ECHO facilitator.

Anna is a Scottish Gaelic speaker who completed her undergraduate medical training at St Andrews and Keele Universities before undertaking post-graduate medical training. Anna went on to complete her specialist Palliative Medicine training in Oxford and joined our Consultant team in June 2021. Anna's interests include medical education, undertaking systematic reviews, virtual consultations and the use of medications to improve symptoms. Anna is married with 3 children and enjoys sewing, crochet and hiking in her spare time.

Dr Till Kroeber, Consultant in Palliative Medicine joined Strathcarron Hospice in 2011, prior to which he was a Consultant at Farleigh Hospice in mid-Essex and the mid-Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust in Chelmsford since 2006. Till provides palliative medical support to Forth Valley Royal Hospital as well as Strathcarron and he has special interest in acupuncture and electronic records.

Dr Sarah Miller has been employed as Consultant in Palliative Medicine at Strathcarron Hospice since 2014. She has an interest in acute hospital palliative care, particularly in managing symptoms in people with respiratory and cardiac conditions, and is the lead for palliative medicine in Forth Valley Royal Hospital. Sarah is a supervisor for doctors in training and is involved in medical education and staff support. Outside of work, Sarah is married, and enjoys leading a local Girlguiding unit, running and open water swimming. She also enjoys island hopping and has visited over 90 Scottish islands.