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Thomas Court Medical Centre, 1 St. Catherine's Lane West, Dublin 8, EIRCODE D08 WTW0, Tel: 01 - 4539514
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Dr Hugh McMahon graduated from University College Dublin in 2000. After completing his internship in the Mater Hospital and Limerick, he lived in Australia until 2003 working in Emergency Medicine, Respiratory Medicine, Cardiology, and Medicine for the Elderly and Cardiovascular Surgery. Dr McMahon completed his vocational GP training and was awarded MICGP in 2006. He has also been awarded higher diplomas in Child Health and Dermatology and has further special interests and certificates in Diabetes Management, Substance Misuse and Medical Education. Dr McMahon has been working in Dublin since 2007 and has been based in The Liberties area of Dublin in partnership with Dr John Latham since 2012. He is a trainer on the North Dublin City GP training scheme and a GP tutor for UCD medical school. He is on the specialist register of general practitioners with the Irish Medical Council and is a member of The Irish College of General Practitioners. Dr McMahon regularly attends educational meetings and leads a group of GP's in continuing medical education monthly.
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Cliona graduated from medicine in UCD in 2006. She then worked in hospital medicine in St Vincent's University Hospital and Tallaght Hospital for 5 years and achieved membership of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland in 2008.
Cliona completed the UCD GP training scheme in 2015. During her training scheme she worked in obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, emergency medicine and psychiatry. Part of her training was spent as a GP registrar in Thomas Court. Following completion of her training she returned to work here where her special interests include women's health, general medicine, chronic disease management and student health.