GP services were provided in Inchicore for many years by Dr Oscar Tolkin, Dr Rochford and Dr Michael O’Maille.
Following their retirement in the 1990s, local GPs including Drs Seamus Kilby, and then Dr Kieran Harkin operated from 15 Grattan Crescent. Dr Emer Loughrey commenced her practice in the mid 90s, and for many years 2 practices operated in the building. The practice provided training to post-graduate doctors for many years, as well as dedicated care to the community.
Dr Loughrey was joined by Dr Sarah Conlon and Dr Jim Collier in late 2021, with a view to continuing the tradition of medical care into the future.
Dr Sarah graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2007. After 4 years of Medical subspecialty rotations and Emergency Medicine in Ireland and Australia, she returned to Trinity College Dublin to complete a 4 year vocational GP training scheme and graduated in 2015. Dr Sarah has been working in Dublin since then and joined Inchicore Medical Centre in December 2021.
Dr Jim graduated from University College Dublin in 2008 and worked in Australia for a number of years.. He completed his GP training in 2018 and has special interests in Acute Medicine, Management of Chronic Diseases and Joint Injections. He has completed additional Diplomas in Women’s Health and Musculoskeletal Medicine. He joined Inchicore Medical Centre in 2021.
Dr Byrne qualified from Trinity College Dublin in 2008. He first completed his Basic Specialist Training in Medicine with the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and then competed his postgraduate General Practice training with the TCD HSE Specialist Training Scheme in 2015.
He has a special interest in medicine of the elderly, palliative medicine, mens health, sexual health.. He also is involved in ongoing teaching and research with the Royal College of Surgeons.