beertons Registered User
#1

Want to change doctors, my current one is away with the fairy's most of the time. Preferably male. Any suggestions?

#2

Not a male (obviously) but Aoife Kavanagh @ main street medical is really good.

L1011 Moderator
#3

Dermot Shearer seems to be fairly down to earth, unless he happens to *be* your current GP that is. Possibly awkward to get to unless you're that side of the town.

whowantstwoknow Registered User
#4

DR P Aherne? out in monread...

beertons Registered User
#5

I have a look at the 2 guys, thanks. Thanks for the suggestion of the lady doc, if the two guys don't work out, I'll have a look at her. My wife goes to Catriona Ní Bhrian, she's another one in mind.

#6

beertons said:
I have a look at the 2 guys, thanks. Thanks for the suggestion of the lady doc, if the two guys don't work out, I'll have a look at her. My wife goes to Catriona Ní Bhrian, she's another one in mind.

you will get an appointment for 12 and be seen at 2 with her.dreadful long waits

Anatom Registered User
#7

Dr. John Kehoe (x2) on the Dublin Road, just opposite the Hyundai garage is very good. Is that where Catriona Ní Bhrian is as well? I know there's a female doctor in there a couple of days a week as well...

L1011 Moderator
#8

Nope, she has her own surgery in one of the housing estates our near the hospital.

ncit9933 Registered User
#9

http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showthread.php?threadid=2056057656

this poll might be of use with prices in the area

fyfer Registered User
#10

New GP practice opened in Johnstown. male and female GP also midwife..........Johnstown Family Practice,St Johns Grove ,Johnstown

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savy2011 Registered User
#11

been with Doctor Shearer, not sure how good he is, he never told me results i was waiting on and he wasnt fully listening to what the problem was and previous ones relating to this were. He also scared me in relation to another issue and when i went to the consultant she was shocked at what he said to me that it could possibly been and i had been worrying about it for months. So think id look for another doctor if something else arises.

beertons Registered User
#12

Went with Dr Fay in the end. Jeez, he's only a young lad, about 2 years older than me. He's fairly on the ball too. He asked me how long I had psoriasis, told him 10 years. He said "well you've had it longer than I've known about it, so I won't say anything to you about it". Thought that was funny.

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