Doctors and Staff

The General Practitioners

Dr Eamon Doohan
MB BCh BAO DCH MRCGP UCD (1986 Dublin)

Dr Mary McClay

Dr Nicola Duffy
MB ChB MRCGP (1994 Glasgow)

Dr John McLaughlin
MB ChB (2004 Dundee)

Dr Paula Sharkey
MB ChB (2006 Glasgow)

Dr Ciara McLaughlin
MB BCh (2004 Dublin)

The doctors practise together as a non-limited partnership.

Practice Staff

Practice Manager

Mrs Sharon McGinley
BA(Hons), Post Graduate Diploma in Managing Health Services

Deputy Practice Manager

Mrs Micheala Burns
NVQ Level 4 Administration CIPD

Senior Clerical Officers/Receptionists

Natasha McLaughlin, Caroline McIntyre, Danielle Bradley & Sharon McCallion

Clerical Officers/Receptionists

Ashlene Joyce, Martina McLaughlin, Julie Evans-O’Donnell, Joan Boyle, Kimberley Ward, Shauna McEleney, Jacqueline Moore, Rachael McGuinness, Aisling Concannon & Ciara Dunne

Nurse Practitioner & Practice Nurse

Mrs Dympna Duffy
RGN, NMC, BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing, BSc (Hons) Pschology, Diploma in Asthma, Diploma in Breast & Cervical Screening

Mrs Fiona McCauley
RGN, BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing, Diploma in Asthma, Diploma in Breast & Cervical Screening

Attached Staff

District Nurses

Team Leader
Elaine Duncan RGN Dip DN Dip Nurse Prescribing

Staff Nurses

Una McGuinness

Treatment Room Nurses

Team Leader
Helen Brolly RGN

Staff Nurses
Patricia Cassidy SRN SCM DM

Community Midwives

Clare Graham RM

Health Visitors

Ms Bernadette Thompson

Ms Sinead McGrath

GP Registrar (ST3)

Our practice is a training practice. This means we will have a new doctor (Registrar) attached to our practice for a one-year period. Patients will be able to make appointments to see this doctor in the same way they do to see their usual GP.

Teaching of Undergraduate Medical Students and Junior Doctors

We have medical students and Junior Doctors (ST2s) attached to our practice for short periods. With the patient’s consent they may sit in on consultations with the partners and learn more about general practice. During consultations, occasional video and audio recording takes place for teaching purposes but this will not be undertaken without a patient’s consent. Intimate physical examinations will not be recorded and recording equipment will always be switched off at the patient’s request. Both before and immediately following their appointment patients will be asked if they wish to give their consent and will be asked to read through the consent form before signing.

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