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The practice was originally founded by Dr Patrick Ryan in 1939.Dr John Ryan joined his father in the practice in 1979. He has always been interested in Primary Care Team development and was instrumental in the building of the Irishtown and Pearse St Centres and in setting up the teams.
He is a member of the Irish College of GPs, The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and a Fellow of the Royal College of GPs in London. He has a masters degree in Medical Science and higher diplomas in Occupational Health and Dermatology. He has an ICGP certificate in Diabetes Management and the practice is part of the East Coast Diabetic Shared Care Programme.
His main interests are in Paediatrics, Diabetes and Dermatology. He is also involved in Undergraduate Education in TCD and UCD. He is a Lecturer in GP in UCD.
Dr Denis Corboy has a wide ranging experience in General Practice, attending to all age groups, with a particular emphasis on Cardiac and Hypertension/ 24 hour blood pressure monitoring and screening. He does regular sessions of Cryotherapy/Diathermy of skin lesions.
He has a broad interest in sport and sports related injury and treatment.
Dr Miriam Daly has been a GP in Irishtown and Sandymount for 12 years. She has a Masters in Women’s Health and was Director of the Women’s Health Programme in the Irish College of General Practitioners from 2009 to 2018. She has a special interest in contraception, breast disorders, menopause, menstrual disorders and antenatal care.
Miriam has a Diploma in Child Health from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and has 15 years experience treating childhood illnesses in primary care.
Miriam has a Diploma in Sports Medicine, has played hockey herself at international level and has an interest in diagnosing and managing sports injuries. Miriam also has a Diploma in Occupational Health and does pre-employment medicals.
Dr Doreen Myers joined the practice in 2008. She is a vocationally trained GP who has clinics in both Sandymount and Irishtown/ Ringsend. She has a Diploma in Dermatology and has a special interest in skin conditions. She also provides a range of services in women's health (including Mirena insertion, smears, antenatal care).
She is a Member of the Irish College of General Practitioners and the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, as well as having a Higher Diploma in Medicine for the Elderly.
Our practice works as a team. If your preferred practitioner is not available on a particular day that you need to visit, please ask if another member of the team is available.
Clair is a general qualified Nurse and Midwife with many years of experience working in Hospitals, Colleges and General Practice. She has worked in General Practice since 1999 and at Sandymount Road Medical Centre since 2006. She provides a friendly professional service to our patients. Her main work involves immunisations to children, teenagers and adults but she also provides a wide variety of other services including cervical smears, phlebotomy, ear syringing, travel vaccinations etc.
Our reception staff are very happy to help you with appointments, prescription requests and general queries.