Griffith Avenue Practice is a group practice of 5 doctors, all specially trained in general practice. A practice nurse is also present for blood tests, cervical check, and blood pressure checks.
Dr Karen Aylward
Dr Karen Aylward graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 2001. She spent a number of years working in hospital medicine specialties before completing her General Practice training. She joined Griffith Avenue Practice in 2007. She has postgraduate Diplomas in Family Planning, Child Health, Practical Dermatology and Medicine of the Elderly. Her other area of interest includes Travel Medicine and Women’s Health. Dr Aylward is from Dublin and is married with three young children.
Dr. Sinead Morgan
Dr. Sinead Morgan graduated from Trinity College, Dublin in 1999. She completed her GP training in Wales & worked for several years in general practice in Wales & England, before returning to Ireland in 2009.
She has completed a diploma in obsetrics & gynaecology, family planning & dermatology. Her special interests include female health, contraception, child health & dermatology.
Dr Robert Scanlon
Originally from Limerick, Dr Scanlon graduated from UCC in 1999. He trained initially in laboratory medicine in the Mater, Beaumont, Holles St, Temple St and Blanchardstown before doing further training as a GP in Cardiff, returning to Ireland in 2007.
He has been working at Griffith Avenue Practice since summer 2007. While in Cardiff he attained a Diploma in Practical Dermatology. This enables him to remove benign (non cancerous) skin lesions, freeze warts, verrucae, skin tags and sun spots and treat conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and rosacea. He worked in a busy ear, nose and throat department in Cardiff and is confident in dealing with routine problems in this area. He is also happy to cauterise nose bleeds. He also has a diploma in child health and a certificate in geratric medicine. He has a keen interest in preventative medicine and mens health.
Dr Cathal O'Sullivan
Dr. Cathal O Sullivan, originally from Templeogue, graduated from UCD Medical School in 2006. On graduation he worked in several Dublin hospitals and completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Tropical Medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons. He joined the Trinity College GP Specialist Training Scheme in 2008 where he gained further experience working in the National Children's Hospital, in the Coombe Women's Hospital as an obstetric SHO, and as a psychiatry registrar in St Patrick's hospital.
He has been working in general practice since 2010, and has developed a special interest in GP Ultrasound, primarily for pregnancy assessment. He joined Griffith Avenue Practice in 2012.
Dr Anne Rice