Dr Fiona Dennehy
Dr Fiona Dennehy graduated with her medical degree from UCD in 1995. She was accepted straight from her intern year onto a three year General Practice training scheme in the West of Ireland.
During those three years she also worked in University Hospital Galway, Merlin Park Hospital and Castlebar General Hospital. On finishing the scheme in 1999 Fiona was delighted to get the opportunity to join an exciting and innovative Practice that was The Cremore Clinic. At that time The Cremore Clinic was a smaller enterprise but always progressive with a holistic approach that was very attractive to both patients and staff alike.
Since then the clinic has gone from strength to strength. Dr Dennehy became a tutor with RCSI, teaching undergraduates in 2001 and became a trainer with the North Dublin GP scheme training post-graduate Doctors in 2013. Her other medical interests include Travel Medicine and Sports Medicine.
Fiona is just coming to the end of her second season looking after Bohemian Football Club's first team in the League of Ireland premier league. She also has an interest in the Deaf Community.
To relax Fiona enjoys running and singing. Tá an-suim aici sa Ghaeilge.
- MBBchBAO medical degree UCD 1995
- Diploma in Obstetrics and Women's health 1996
- Diploma in Child Health (UK) 1997
- MICGP 1999
- Irish Sign Language Level 3 2003