Dr Frank Kenny
Frank qualified from the Royal College of Surgeons in 1994. He spent 4 years training in surgery, including General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Urology, Cardiothoracic and Vascular surgery. He then trained in both Adult and Paediatric Emergency Medicine.
He spent a year in Cheshire training as a GP Registrar. He then returned to Ireland and joined his mother’s medical practice in Trim, Co. Meath. He then worked as a Staff Grade in Emergency Medicine in Cheltenham and Weston-super-Mare. After working for a year in Melbourne, Australia, he returned to GP practice in Trim in 2006.He established Hanover Medical Centre with Dr. Scott in 2009.
Qualifications: LRCPI & LRCSI MB BCh BAO (NUI) DCH
Dr Mary Scott
Mary qualified from the Royal College of Surgeons in 1996. She spent 2 years in basic surgical training in University Hospital Galway. She worked in Queensland in Emergency Medicine. She returned to Ireland in 2000, and worked in Plastic Surgery , ENT, Emergency Medicine and Paediatrics before moving to Bath, UK, for her GP Registrar training. She stayed in the UK working as a GP locum in Bath and the surrounding area until 2005. She worked for a year as a GP locum in Melbourne , Australia and returned to Ireland in 2006. She established Hanover Medical Centre with Dr. Kenny in 2009.
Qualifications: LRCPI & SI MB BCh BAO (NUI) DCH MRCSI MRCGP
Dr. David Gibson
Dr. Janice Gomes
Dr. Karl Casey
Dr. Louise Jackman
Dr. Louise Jackman graduated from Trinity College in 2009. After completing her internship at St. James’ Hospital, she undertook a year of surgical training in CUH and the Mercy Hospital Cork. She then completed the South-East GP training scheme, graduating in 2015.
Qualifications: MICGP, DRCOG, MsC (Sports and Exercise Medicine). She has also completed a training-certificate in substance misuse and family planning.
Dr Sheila Byrne
Dr. Sheila Byrne graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 2001. Following internship in Beaumont Hospital, she completed vocational GP training on the North-East GP training scheme, graduating in 2005. She then joined her Father’s practice in Dundalk. Her special areas of interest include Women’s Health and Family planning, and she is qualified to insert and remove long-acting contraceptive devices such as Mirena/Jaydess Coils and Implanon devices. Sheila’s other great interest is sport, and she completed a Master’s Degree in Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Bath in 2012.
Qualifications: MB, BCh, BAO, LRCP & SI, DCH, DOWH, DCP, MICGP, Msc SEM.
Nurse Anne Desmond
Nurse Jacqueline Murray