Staff Profiles

From humble beginnings when we opened in 2008 with one doctor and a receptionist, we have grown to a multi-doctor practice with a full administration team and practice nurse support.

As we have grown so have our team of allied healthcare professionals all adding up to a true one-stop-shop for most, if not all, of your healthcare needs.
The doctors are fully Irish-qualified (MICGP) GPs with many years of experience of both healthcare and life who are constantly working hard to stay up-to-date with relevant advances on modern medicine.

At present we have 4 regular GPs, a Practice Nurse and a 4 person Admin team all dedicated to ensuring that your healthcare needs are met in the most efficient and professional way possible.

We will not compromise in our mission to deliver the best in family healthcare in a friendly and welcoming environment.

Call Michelle, Fiona or Andy to book an appointment or if you have any queries about any aspect of our services.


Dr Sinead Murphy

SineadDr Sinead Murphy graduated with a Medical degree from NUI Galway in 1998. She undertook formal GP vocational training for a further 3 years and has extra qualifications in the areas of Family Planning, Sexual health and Dermatology.

Her qualifications include:

  • MB BCh BAO (NUI Galway)
  • MICGP (Member of the Irish College of General Practitioners)
  • DCH (Diploma in Child Health)
  • DoWH (Diploma in Womens Health)
  • DME (Diploma in Medicine of the Elderly)
  • Certificate of Family Planning including insertion of Mirena and Implanon
  • STiF (Sexually transmitted infections foundation course)
  • Diploma in Dermatology
  • Advanced Certificate in LARC (Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives)


Dr Kim Wilson

Dr Wilson graduated with honours from NUI Galway in 2005. She then completed a further 4 years of formal GP training. Her qualifications include:

  • MB BCh BAO (NUI Galway)
  • DCH (Diploma in Child Health)
  • DoWH (Diploma in Women's Health)
  • Diploma in Psychiatry
  • ICGP Minor Surgery Course
  • Family Planning Certificate
  • STiF (Sexually Transmitted Infections foundation course)


Dr Gabrielle Quirke

Dr Quirke graduated in 2006 before going on to complete her formal GP training. 
  • MB BCh BAO
  • DCH (Diploma in Child Health)
  • DME (Diploma in Medicine of the Elderly)
  • DOWH (Diploma in Womens Health)
  • Diploma in Palliative Care


Nurse Rachel Concannon

Our practice nurse, Rachel Concannon, is a highly experienced practice nurse who has worked in General Practice for over ten years. She has a wealth of extra qualifications in this area, which include:

  • Registered Cervical Smeartaker
  • Diploma in Fertility & Fertility Control
  • Diploma in Respiratory Disease Management
  • Certificate in Travel Medicine
  • Diploma in Diabetes Management
  • Diploma in Cardiovascular Risk Management

Michelle Kenny - Office Manager

Michelle is available to deal with your phone queries on all matters and will liase with the GPs on your behalf.

You can contact her by email at, but please note if your query is urgent you should phone the surgery directly on (091) 530054.

Fiona Quinn - Senior Administrator

Fiona also looks after Dr Ethel Ryan's appointment book and will take care of any queries you may have regarding Dr Ryans clinic.

You can contact her by email at, but please note if your query is urgent you should phone the surgery directly on (091) 530054.

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    You might wonder why are we posting an article about the death of a rock star most people have never heard of?
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  • Mar 31 2017

    Shingles Vaccine


    We are please to announce that we can now offer vaccination against Shingles.

    For more information and pricing, Click here

    Phone reception for an appointment

  • Feb 27 2017

    Temporary Fax number


    Thanks to a technical glitch..... our Fax number has changed to 091 454268....

    ...and no, this post is not a time traveller from the 80's... GP's still use faxes! :)

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