DR Siobhan Mc Court
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Siobhan offers the full range of general practice care including full womena��s general practice based health care a�� contraception, fertility/infertility, antenatal/maternity care, implanon and mirena coil insertion, menopause care and cervical smears.
She is experienced in the acute and chronic care of children and adults, male and female and has worked in both adult and childrena��s accident and emergency departments. Siobhan looks after chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and also provides full medicals, mini-medicals, travel vaccinations and STI screening.
Dr. Georgina Connellan
Georgina graduated from UCD medical school in 1994. She completed her vocational training in General Practice in 1998 and is a member of the ICGP. She is on the special register of General Practitioners with the Irish Medical Council. She has a special interest in-continuing medical education and has been a CME tutor with the ICGPA�fromA�2005 to 2012. Dr.
Connellana��sA�qualification include MB BCH BAO (UCD) MICP, DCH (Dip in Child Health), DObs ( Dip in Obstetrics) DWH (Dip in Womena��s Health), DME (Dip in Medicine of the Elderly), FPC (Cert in Family Planning), Cert in Palliative Care, DipDerm (Higher Diploma in Dermatology UCD).
Dr. Clodagh Keenan
Graduated from UCD in 2005 with an honors degree in medicine and studied in Rennes, Brittany for her third year of University. She worked in Sydney for one year and then returned to Dublin to commence her general practice training and rotated through numerous Dublin hospitals including Temple Street, the Rotunda and St. John of Goda��s Hospital as part of her training.
Dr. Keenan Completed her General Practice training in 2011 and subsequently spent six weeks in Zambia volunteering as a GP in a rural clinic and hospice near Lusana. She then commenced work in Dublin as a GP before relocating to Melbourne in January 2014 in order to work as a GP in Victoria. Whilst in Australia she obtained fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Dr. Debbie Fitzgerald
Debbie Fitzgerald graduated from University College Dublin in 2001 with an honors degree in Medicine. As part of her General Practice training, she worked in Australia for two years and then rotated through many of the Dublin Hospitals to gain vast experience in all the areas pertinent to General Practice, with particular emphasis on Dermatology & Paediatric Medicine. She completed her General Practice training in the UK to become a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2008 and is listed on the Specialist Register of the Irish Medical Council.
Dr. Kate Healy
Kate Healy is currently on secondment. Dr Healy graduated from UCD in 2000 with a large number of awards and 1st class Honours in many areas including medicine, general practice, paediatrics and public health. She worked across a number of Dublin Hospitals and completed her Specialist Training in General Practice with the Trinity-HSE Training Programme.
She was appointed Lecturer in General Practice at University College Dublin in 2005 where she taught and examined medicine at undergraduate and postgraduate levels over a three year period while also working as a general practitioner. She is a member of the ICGP and is on the Specialist Register of General Practitioners with the Irish Medical Council.
Her qualifications include MB BCh BAO (UCD) MICGP (Member of Irish College of General Practitioners) DCH (Diploma in Child Health) FPC (Certificate in Family Planning) APLS (Advanced Paediatric Life Support)
Carmelita Griffin RN
Lita is a practicing nurse since 1982 when she qualified in St Vincenta��s University Hospital. She went on to qualify as a Midwife and become board certified in Neonatal Intensive Care in Scotland. On returning to St Vincenta��s she worked for four years in the Emergency Department gaining a certificate in Accident and Emergency nursing. Following further ED experience in the UK Lita moved into Practice Nursing and on her return to Ireland she continued working in General Practice. She has a certificate in General practice and diplomas in Asthma Care, COPD, Cardiovascular Disease Management and a Certificate in Diabetes care.
Lita joined the team in Slievemore in 2003. She leads the nursing team participating in all aspects of Womena��s Health, Cardiovascular Disease Prevention, Childhood Immunisations, Diabetes shared care and Heartwatch programme.
Kerry Naismith graduated from The Adelaide Hospital, Peter Street in 1998. She worked in Adelaide Meath and National Childrens Hospital Tallaght for 6 months post registration prior to going to Australia for 12 months.
On return to Ireland Kerry worked in Tallaght Hospital again for 2 years where she worked on Female surgical wards, Day Care, Minor Ops and Phlebotomy.A�In 2001 Kerry went to work in the area of Health Screening where she worked for 10 years prior to moving to General Practice 3 years ago. Her interests are in Female health (Cervical Screening), Childhood Immunisations and Health Screening.