Ann graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 1991. She trained ingeneral Practice on Dublin Regional Vocational Training Scheme 1992-1995. She worked as a GP in Summerhill, Co. Meath 1995 to 1997 and then as a dermatology registrar in Hume Street and St. Dublin 1997-1998.
She worked as a GP in Lucan, Co Dublin 1998-1999. She was attending physician , Department of Family Medicine of Thomas Jeffersion University Philadelphia 2000-2001. She has been a GP in Carrigaline and Crosshaven from 2001 to date…Special interests include dermatology, womens health and minor surgery.
Dr. Larrie Martin. MB, BCh, BAO, DCH, D Obs, MRCGP, MICGP, MFSEM.
Larrie qualified from UCC in 1976 and after a number of hospital jobs completed his General Practice training in Scotland. He returned to Ireland in 1985 to join the practice in Bridge House and Crosshaven. His main medical interests are Sports Medicine, Paediatrics, Diabetes and Asthma.
Dr Cathy Banstead has been a family doctor for many years. She has special interest in sexual health adolescent health and family planning. She also teaches in the Cork GP training scheme and is an examiner in Irish General Practice.
Dr. Fuller MB BCH BAO, BMedSc, MICGP, MMed Sc, FFSEM, DCH, DME, graduated from medical school in UCC in 2001. He also completed his general practice training scheme in Cork. Apart from that he also worked in posts in Accident & Emergency medicine, Medicine for the Elderly, as well as a post in Brisbane, Australia before commencing work in Bridge Medical Practice in 2007.
He has completed a Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine as well as diplomas in medicine for the elderly and child health.
He currently provides medical support to the High performace athletes for Rowing Ireland. He was priviliged to be a medical officer for Team Ireland at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the 2015 European Youth Olympic Games in Tbilisi and World Youth Olympics Buenos Aires 2018
He is currently a clinical tutor for the Graduate Entry Medical School of the University of Limerick.
Following her internship, Micheline travelled to New Zealand where she worked in Accident and Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine. On returning to Ireland, she completed a two year Basic Specialist Training programme in Internal Medicine including hospital rotations in Respiratory Medicine and Endocrinology. She graduated from University College Dublin in 2012 with a Masters in Public Health.
Returning to Cork in 2013, she went on to complete four years of General Practice Training, gaining experience in Medicine of the Elderly, Paediatrics and Psychiatry. Her areas of interest include Chronic Disease Management, Sexual Health, Women’s Health and Paediatrics.
Micheline is a member of the Irish College of General Practitioners and is certified as a Smear taker and in the insertion of long acting reversible contraception (LARC). She also holds additional Diplomas in Clinical Psychiatry, Primary Care Paediatrics and Women’s Health.