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About Clontarf Family Practice

Clontarf Family Practice is located in our newly refurbished and purpose designed GP clinic on Kincora Avenue, Dublin 3.  There is ample free parking outside.

Prior to the opening of this new premises in 2016, Dr Lappin and Dr Lee had been looking after patients in Clontarf for over 40 years. They were joined by Dr Cormican in 2004.

 

Welcome to Our Family Health Clinic

Clontarf Family Practice is located in our newly refurbished and purpose designed GP clinic on Kincora Avenue, Dublin 3.  There is ample free parking outside.

Prior to the opening of this new premises in 2016, Dr Lappin and Dr Lee had been looking after patients in Clontarf for over 40 years. They were joined by Dr Cormican in 2004.

We  provide

Morning and afternoon clinics and a full range of GP and nursing services.

We welcome all patients:

  • Private patients
  • Medical Card patients
  • Under 6 Medical Cards
  • Over 70 Medical cards

To find out more about making an appointment click here.

Meet Our Doctors

Dr Ronan Cormican

MB DCH DRCOG DDerm MICGP

Ronan graduated from UCD in 1997.  He completed his GP education following training in Paediatrics, General Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Ophthalmology, ENT, Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynacology. During his GP training he achieved diplomas in Child health, Obstetrics and Gynacology, Dermatology, and a certificate in Medicine for the Older Person. He joined the practice in 2004.

Ronan became a GP trainer in 2010.

Ronan is on the medical councils specialist register. Medical council number 21227.

Ronan is a full member of the Irish College of General Practitioners.

Dr Claire Noonan

MB, BCh, BAO, DCH, MRCGP, DTh.

Claire grew up in Shankill, and then Blackrock, Co. Dublin and went to school in Sion Hill Dominican College, Blackrock from 1985-1991.

She graduated with Honours in Medicine from UCD in June 1997. She completed her intern year in 1997/1998 in the Mater Misericordiae Hospital in Dublin. She then completed a two-year scheme in Paediatrics in Our Lady’s Hospital in Crumlin, the National Maternity Hospital, Holles St. and the Midwestern Regional Hospital in Limerick. She has a particular interest in Paediatrics

During her GP training she worked in A&E and Medicine in James Connolly Memorial Hospital in Blanchardstown and Psychiatry in St Vincent’s Hospital in Fairview. She also trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology clinics in the Rotunda Hospital, Dublin.

She completed her GP training with a vocational GP registrar year in Edinburgh, Scotland in 2002-2003 attaining a Distinction in the M.R.C.G.P. exam of Summer 2003.

She worked in several GP practices around Dublin after returning from Scotland and started work with Dr Paul Lacey and Dr Ray Murphy in The Dun Laoghaire Surgery in February 2004.She joined Clontarf Family Practice in 2016

She also worked in Irish Health Care in the Blackrock Clinic from 2004 -2007 and has experience in medical screening and preventative medicine

She is a member of the Merrion faculty and North Dublin faculty of the ICGP and participates in continuing medical education.

She has a keen interest in cooking, travelling and reading and she is married to Ronan Cormican who is a GP in Fairview, Dublin 3. They have three small children -a son and two daughters who keep her very busy when not at work!

Qualifications

M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.( Honours ) U.C.D. 1997

Diploma in Child Health (D.C.H. Honours) U.C.D. 2000

Certificate in Family Planning (I.F.P.A.) 2001

Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (M.R.C.G.P. Distinction) 2003

Associate member I.C.G.P. -since 2004

Diploma in Therapeutics (I.C.G.P.) -Sept 2010

Dr Sarah-Jane Hill

MB, BCH, BAO, DCH, DCP MRCGP 

Graduated from University College Dublin in 1999. She joined the Clontarf Family Practice  in 2018.

Her post graduate experience included working in Paediatrics in Tallaght Hospital and being the sole GP responsible for a Nursing Home in Edinburgh.

Dr Hill has an interest in the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offers a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care and well-person check-ups.

Dr Hill  enjoys all aspects of general practice but has a special interest in women’s health, including Implanon insertion, and paediatrics. Dr Hill has been a trainer for GP trainees .

Dr Hill is a registered specialist in the General Practitioner category of the Irish Medical Council. She has attained additional qualifications in the areas of children’s health, teaching and psychiatry.

Dr Sinéad MacEoin

MPharm MBBS MICGP DRCOG

Sinéad graduated from Imperial College London in 2008.  She worked in Norfolk and Cambridge University hospitals before returning to Ireland to commence her GP training in 2009. She graduated from the TCD/ HSE specialist training programme in 2013. As part of her training she worked in medicine for the elderly at St James’s Hospital, general medicine, endocrinology and A&E at The Mater hospital Dublin, paediatrics at The National children’s hospital Tallaght, obstetrics and gynaecology at The Coombe and psychiatry at St Patricks and St Edmundsbury Hospital. Sinéad has a special interest in women’s Health, chronic disease management and dermatology. She holds a diploma in obstetrics and gynaecology and certificates in contraception and dermatology. She completed a masters degree in pharmacy in 2001 prior to studying medicine. Sinéad has enjoyed teaching medical students from UCD on their clinical placements. She regularly works in North Doc out of hours.  She is a member of the Merrion faculty and North Dublin faculty of the ICGP and participates in continuing medical education.  Sinéad is on the medical council’s specialist register and is a full member of the Irish College of General Practitioners.

Meet Our Nursing and Clinical Staff

Una Brennan

Nurse – RGN

Completed training and post grad Theatre nursing at St. Vincent’s University Hospital.

Joined the practice in 2017

Special interest in women and babies health

Enjoys walking and tennis, married with 5 children.

Gina Nolan

Phlebotomist

Gina returned to Ireland after working in Australia for a number of years.

She joined the practice in October 2020.

Meet Our Administration and Management Staff

Deirdre McKenna

Practice Manager – Fairview Medical Centre & Clontarf Family Practice

Deirdre joined the practice in 2000. Deirdre trained in I.T. before coming on board. She is responsible for the day to day running of the practice. Deirdre is the point of contact for any suggestions or complaints about the practice or any of its services or staff. Please telephone the surgery if you wish to speak with Deirdre or alternatively write to the surgery address.

E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: 01 8339856

Janet Fitzpatrick

Reception – Clontarf Family Practice

Janet joined Fairview Medical centre in 2013. On the establishment of Clontarf Family Practice in 2015 she was one of the first receptionists to join the team. Prior to working in a medical practice, Janet spent over 20 years working in financial services.

Sinéad Brady

Administration

Sinéad joined the practice when it opened its new premised in 2015. She is in charge of the day to day running of reception. She is always happy to help.

Our Mission Is to Provide a Professional & Honest Approach to Health Care

Phone

01 8339856 

Location

37-39 Fairview Strand, Dublin 3, D03 F8C2 

Clinic Hours

Mon-Thurs: 8am – 5.30pm
Fri 8am – 5pm
Sat- 8am – 9.30am
(Emergency Walk-in Clinic)