Dr. Mark Rowe MB BCH BAO MICGP DPDDCH LFOM (grad. – UCD)
Dr. Rowe has specialist training in General Practice(Family Medicine). In addition he has post graduate diplomas in Dermatology and Paediatrics. He also has a special interest in Occupational Medicine and is a qualified Licentiate of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine. Mark is a G. P. Trainer for the South Eastern General Practice Training Programme. He attends conferences and post graduate education courses regularly to keep up to date with the latest medical information. Dr. Rowe has a special interest in Lifestyle Medicine and runs a Lifestyle Medicine health programme with an emphasis on prevention. Mark is author of ‘The Mens Health Book’ and his second book ‘ A Prescription for Happiness’ are both available in bookstores nationwide. Visit www.doctormarkrowe.com
Dr Ita Creavin MB BCH BAO MRCGP DCH MRCP DOBS CFP (grad. – UCC)
Dr. Creavin has training in both General Medicine and specialist training in General Practice. In addition she has Diplomas in Obstetrics and Pediatrics and a family planning Certificate. She has a specialist interest in Family Planning, Womens Health and the Menopause. She attends conferences in this area regularly. Dr. Creavin keeps up to date by attending CME (Continuing Medical Education) workshops run by the Waterford Faculty of the ICGP. She is also a G. P. Trainer for the South Eastern General Practice Training Programme. Dr. Creavin is a volunteer GP at the SATU (Sexual Assault and Treatment Unit) at Waterford Regional Hospital.
Dr Marian Ryan MB BCh BAO MICGP,ABFP
Dr Ryan graduated in medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons in 1989 and commenced specialized training in General practice in Dublin for three years . Following that she went to the United States gaining expertise in Women’s Health, Minor skin procedures and Preventive Health Care .Special Areas of interest include Health Screening for men and women over 40, Depression, Work Stress and Poly pharmacy in the Elderly. Her Practice Philosophy involves an open and empathetic approach to facilitate each patient to make an informed medical decision about their own health and the health of their families. She is a member of the Irish college of General Practitioners and the American Board of Family Medicine
Dr. Miriam Nugent MB BCH BAO MRCGP
Dr Nugent graduated from University College Cork Medical School in 1991. She trained in General Medicine at Cork University Hospital before moving to the UK to train and work as a GP for 10 years. She has special interests in Womens Health, Gastrointestinal Disorders, Stress/Depression and Prescribing.
Dr. Leanne Mc Menamin MB BCh BAO MICGP
Dr. Leanne Mc Menamin has specialist training in General Practice. She has special interests in Women’s Health and childrens health.
Dr. Dolores Liddy MB BCh BAO MICGP dip Derm, LFOM
Dr. Dolores Liddy graduated in Medicine from Trinity College Dublin in 2001. She has specialist training in General Practice. She has special interests in Womens Health and Dermatology. She also has a special interest in Occupational Medicine and is a qualified Licentiate of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine.
What do these Medical degrees, diplomas and specialist degrees mean?
- MB (MB BCh BAO) = degree in Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics
- MRCP = Member of the Royal College of Physicians
- MICGP = Member of Irish College of General Practice
- MRCGP = Member of Royal College of General Practice, UK
- LFOM= Licentiate of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine
- DOWH = Diploma in Obstetrics and Women’s Health
- DCH = diploma in Child Health (Pediatrics)
- DObs = diplomas in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
- DPD = Diploma in Practical Dermatology
- CFP = Certificate in Family Planning
- DRCOG = Diploma from the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology