Meet Our Staff
Dr Gillian McLaughlin
(BSc, MBChB, DRCOG, DCCH, MRCGP) graduated from the University of St Andrews University and then from Manchester University.
Gillian completed her General Practice training in Edinburgh and worked as a GP partner in London before moving with her family to Dublin in 2005. Gillian has been working in Mount Merrion Medical Clinic since 2009.
Gillian has a special interest in all aspects of Woman’s Health including contraception, pre-conception investigations, ante-natal and postnatal care and menopause management plus child health – from the new-born baby to the adolescent. She is also interested in ongoing chronic disease management, having completed a Certificate in Diabetes care in 2019.
Dr Thomas O'Byrne
(MICGP, MB BCh, BAO, DRCOG) is a graduate of University College Dublin.
Following two years of surgical training Thomas decided to specialise in general practice and completed postgraduate training with the south east GP training scheme.
He gained international experience by working in Australia for three years prior to returning to Dublin to join Mount Merrion Medical Clinic in 2018.
He manages patients for the full range of issues that arise in general practice and has a special interest in chronic disease management, men’s health and minor surgical procedures.
Nurse Vanessa Mulcahy joined our practice in 2020. Vanessa is a highly experienced nurse, and has worked in acute hospitals in Ireland and abroad.
She has a special interest in cardiology, and operates the ECG, vaccine, phlebotomy and cervical smear clinics as well as assisting with minor surgical procedures.
Foot Health Practitioner (RGN MCFHP MAFHP)
Mairead is a member of the British Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists and the College of Foot Health Practitioners. Building on years of experience as a General Nurse in Ireland and overseas, she has specialised in foot health care for the last eight years.
As a keen walker and aspiring golfer, she stresses to her patients the importance of looking after their feet and maintaining mobility into later life.
Dr Noreen O’Hanrahan (Retired 2022)
(MB, BCh, BAO, LRCSI, LRCPI, DCH, D Obs, FPC) is a graduate of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland - Retired 2022.
Dr Noreen worked in several Irish hospitals and established the practice in 1989. She has post-graduate qualifications in infertility, family planning, contraception, child health, dermatology.
She has a special interest in antenatal care, mother and baby health, paediatrics, and adolescent health. “Being a mother really helped me as a GP” says Dr Noreen, “having to combine clinical work and family life, I can better understand the demands on families”.
She also takes an interest in HRT, the menopause, and care of the older patient. She has worked extensively with the “Living Well With Dementia” project locally. She will be missed both by her patients and the clinic following her retirement in 2022.
Brendan Geraghty (Retired 2022)
BA, MSc Practice Manager
Brendan is a Work and Organisational Psychologist and was with the practice from the outset until his retirement in 2022.
Ann Keegan (Retired 2022)
Ann Keegan joined us in 2007 from St Vincent’s University Hospital, intending to work here for 2 years but stayed until her retirement in 2022.
As the first point of contact for many patients, Ann was a key member of our team, bringing empathy, tact, communication and organisational skills, a friendly nature and attention to detail to her role.