Dr. Ciarán Brady

MB, BCH, BAO, BMedSc, DCH, MRCPI, MICGP

Dr Ciarán Brady graduated with an honours degree in medicine in 1999 from University College, Cork. Following internship and two years of general medical training in hospital medicine, he gained membership of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland in 2002. Dr Brady did two years of higher specialist training in Haematology in Cork and Dublin. He then progressed to specialist training in General Practice, gaining membership of the Irish College of General Practitioners in 2007. During that period, he also developed extra training and experience in Orthopaedic Medicine and Paediatrics.

Dr Brady is now an examiner for the Irish College of General Practitioners, helping to ensure high standards in newly qualified GPs.

Dr Brady is a practising GP in Glanmire since 2008 and has a special interest in general medicine, medicine for the elderly, orthopaedic medicine, travel medicine, and paediatrics.
He is married with two children.

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Dr. Ciarán Brady

Dr. Ciarán Brady

Dr. Maura Kelly

MB, BCH, BAO, BMedSc, DCH, DOWH, Dip Fam Plan, MRCSI, MRCGP, MICGP

Dr. Maura Kelly graduated with an honours degree in medicine in 1999 from University College, Cork. She then went on to train in general surgery for four years. She gained membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland in 2002. Following this, she went into specialist training in General Practice. Dr Kelly's vocational training took her to Cheshire, UK, and she gained membership of the Irish College of General Practitioners and the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2007. During this period she also gained diplomas in women's health, family planning, and paediatrics.

Dr Kelly is a practising GP in Glanmire since 2008. Since that time she has further developed her interests in minor surgical procedures, women's health (including fitting of Implanon, Copper Coil and Mirena Intrauterine Systems), and paediatrics and antenatal care.

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Dr. Maura Kelly

Dr. Maura Kelly

Dr. Margaret-Anne Kiely

MB BCh BAO BMedSci DCH DOWH MICGP

Dr. Kiely graduated with honours from University College, Cork in 1997. She completed specialist training in general Practice on the Cork vocational training scheme in 2001.

She has post graduate diplomas in paediatrics, women's health and diabetes. She is a member of the Irish college of General Practitioners (ICGP) and has been on the committee of the Cork city faculty of the ICGP for a number of years.
She has a special interest in paediatrics, women's health and family planning.

She has worked as a GP in Glanmire since 2001 and is married with 4 children.

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Dr. Margaret-Anne Kiely

Dr. Margaret-Anne Kiely

Dr. Carol O’Callaghan

MB BCh BAO BMedSci DCH MICGP
Dip Women's Health, Cert in Geriatric Medicine

Dr. O'Callaghan graduated with honours from University College, Cork in 1997. Following her internship in the CUH and Limerick Regional Hospital she spent 2 years in Dublin rotating through the major paediatric hospitals - Crumlin and the Coombe Women's hospital gaining valuable experience in paediatrics.

Returning to Cork she spent the next 3 years on the Cork vocational GP training scheme and graduated from this in 2003.

A member of the ICGP she has postgraduate diplomas in the areas of geriatrics, women's health and paediatrics.  She has a special interest in the area of paediatrics, women's health and family planning.

She is married with 2 daughters.

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Dr. Carol O’Callaghan

Dr. Carol O’Callaghan

Dr. Joy O'Donoghue

MB, BCh, BAO, MICGP, MRCGP, DOWH, DCH , D Clin Psych
Cert in Family Planning, Management  of  Diabetes and  Cardiovascular Disease and Palliative  Care .

Dr O' Donoghue qualified in Medicine in University College Cork in 1995. Following internship in Cork and one year of general medicine, she then progressed to Specialist training in General Practice gaining membership of the Irish College of General Practitioners and the Royal College of General Practitioners.

During this period she also gained Diplomas in Child Health, Obstetrics and Women's Health, and Clinical Psychiatry and a Certificate in Family Planning.

Dr O'Donoghue is a practising GP in the Glanmire area since 2000. Since that time she has developed her interests in Family Planning and fits the Implanon contraceptive device. She has a special interest in paediatrics and women's health.

She has also completed Certificates in the Management of Diabetes in General Practice and Palliative Care.

She is married with three children.

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Dr. Joy O'Donoghue

Dr. Joy O'Donoghue

Dr. Diarmuid Quinlan

MB BCh BAO BSc(Hons) DCH DFFP 
Dip Dermatology FRCGP MICGP

Dr. Quinlan won the 2013 National Quality in Practice award, with a project to make Glanmire a “Safe Prescribing Haven” for potentially toxic medicines.

He is a member of both Irish and Royal colleges of General Practice and was conferred a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practice in 2015.   While studying medicine, he was awarded a scholarship and obtained an honours physiology degree. He graduated from UCC in 1991.

He completed GP training in 1995, in Kent, England. He then worked in Australia for a year.  He holds diplomas in child health, family planning and dermatology, with a Certificate in diabetes care.

He chairs the HSE South Diabetes Service Implementation Group, and is a member of the National Diabetes Programme, since 2010. He chaired the Diabetes in General Practice group, a Cork charity.   He is clinical lead for diabetes in HSE South since 2010.  He is on the Quality Assurance committee of the National Diabetic Retinal screening programme. He was appointed to the Irish Medical Council panel of assessors in 2015.

He was a ministerial appointee to the board of the Health Products Regulatory Authority in 2014.

He obtained a Diploma in Practical Dermatology (with distinction) from the Cardiff University. He is an online dermatology tutor for this diploma course. See the Skin Disease section under the Services menu.

He is a longstanding member of the Travel Medicine Society of Ireland : see the Travel Medicine and Vaccinations section under the Services menu

He has an interest in medical research and education, participating in many research projects, both local and national. He chaired and presented at a range of conferences, academic and educational meetings. He has co-authored a chapter in a book on “Integrated Care for Ireland”, published July 2013. He has published research in diabetes. He is a tutor for medical students in UCC.  He is a group leader for ICGP Continuing Professional Development.

He undertakes clinical risk assessments on behalf of the Medical Protection Society, the only GP in Ireland to do this work. This entails advising GP practices how to enhance patient safety. He is on the Southdoc committee for Cork city.

He is married with 4 sons.

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Dr. Diarmuid Quinlan

Dr. Diarmuid Quinlan

Alan Keane, Physiotherapist

Alan has been working as a chartered physiotherapist in the Glanmire area since 2012 and is currently the chartered physiotherapist with Cork Constitution FC and the Munster Youths Rugby team.
He is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists and is currently completing a Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine from the Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Alan graduated from the University of Teesside in 2009 with a first class BSc Honours Physiotherapy degree and highest achieving final year student.
After graduating Alan worked in the NHS with Northumbria NHS Healthcare Trust from 2009 until 2012, as part of a musculoskeletal physiotherapy team involved in the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of a wide range of varying musculoskeletal conditions, such as:

  • Chronic pain conditions e.g. long term low back/neck pain
  • Post surgical orthopaedic conditions
  • Sports injuries
  • Arthritic/rheumatology conditions
  • Biomechanical problems

Alan developed his sports physiotherapy experience by working with Newcastle United Football Club for the Club Academy for 3 seasons from 2009 until 2012. He was also Club Physiotherapist for Morpeth RFC in the English RFU North One League for the 2010/2011 and 2011/2012 seasons.

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Alan Keane, Physiotherapist

Alan Keane, Physiotherapist

Nurse Mary O'Sullivan

RGN BA Hons Degree Psychotherapy and Counselling Bord Altranais 30627

Mary qualified as a Registered Nurse from Barking and Havering Health Authority, London.
After qualifying she worked in the Accident and Emergency Department in Haroldwood Hospital for one year before returning to Ireland to work as an Occupational Health Nurse.

In 1987 she began working in The Cork Family Planning Clinic and qualified as a Clinical Nurse Specialist.

Mary completed the Practice Nurse Course in 2000 and has completed a Certificate in the Management of Diabetes from UCC.

She holds a BA Honours Degree in Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Mary is also a Clinical Trainer with Cervical Check, part of the National Cancer Screening Service.

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Nurse Mary O'Sullivan

Nurse Mary O'Sullivan