Ross Medical Practice is Killarney’s longest serving General Practice. For over 100 years, we have been dedicated to bringing the highest standards of care in General Practice to our patients.
We aim to provide a high quality, community-based, professional and friendly service for all our patients. Our proud history dates back to when the practice was first founded in 1898 under Dr Billy O’Sullivan Senior. We have been very fortunate over the years to be able to call on doctors of the highest calibre to uphold our standards including our former partners Dr Billy O’Sullivan Junior, Dr Bill Mangan and Dr Patricia Mangan.
In 2012, the practice set up home in a modern, state-of the art GP surgery in the Killarney Primary Care Centre located at the Reeks Gateway building near the Tralee Road roundabout in the town. Our highly skilled team work to offer caring family medicine as well as a unique range of modern specialist services, to meet your individual needs.
Dr Donal Coffey
MB BCH BAO MRCGP
Dr Coffey has over forty years of experience in General Practice. He has a special interest in palliative care, chronic pain management, and Men’s Health. Dr Coffey is a pioneer in General Practice in Ireland and was one of the founding members of Southdoc – one of the first out of hours cooperatives of its kind in Ireland.
Dr Fíona Coffey
MB BCH BAO (Hons UCC) MICGP FPC DME DCH DRCOG
Dr Fíona Coffey, a native of Killarney, graduated from University College Cork with an honours degree in Medicine. She then worked in different hospitals in Cork before returning to Kerry for GP Training. She completed additional exams during her training in Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Old Age Medicine. She has a particular interest in Dementia Care and Care of the Elderly, having recently completed a course in Dementia in Primary Care in UCC.
Dr Danielle O Leary
Dr. O’Leary qualified with honours from University College Cork in 2007. She trained in Obstetrics & Gynaecology for a number of years and completed a Masters in this field with First Class Honours through UCC in 2013. She completed her postgraduate GP training in Cork. She has extensive experience and certification in Women’s Health and LARC insertion. She has a special interest in Women’s Health, Sexual Health, and Family Planning.
Dr Brenda Moran
MB BAO BCh BMedSc (Hons) MRCGP DFSRH LOCSDI&IUT
Dr Moran qualified from UCC in 2006 with honours and completed her GP training in England. She has extensive experience and certification in Women’s Health and LARC insertion. Brenda just completed an advanced Certificate in Menopause Care in the UK and Ireland. She has a special interest in Genitourinary medicine, Women’s Health, Sexual Health and Family Planning.
Dr Rosemary Kelliher
MB BCh BAO (Hons) MRCGP DPD, DCP, DME, DRCOG, DO-HNS, MRCPI
Dr Rosemary Kelliher qualified with honours in 2006 from UCD before completing her GP Training in England. She is currently completing a Masters in Dermatology through Cardiff University after already gaining a distinction in the Diploma in Practical Dermatology. Rosemary’s special interests include Dermatology, Women’s Health, Paediatrics, Old Age Medicine and LARC insertion.
Dr Tadhg-Iarla Curran
MB BCH BAO (Hons) MICGP FPC MMedSc (Sports and Exercise Medicine) MFSEM (Ire)
Dr Curran is a native of Killorglin and qualified from UCC in 2012 with an honours degree. He completed his postgraduate GP training on the Southwest GP Scheme in Kerry. He has a special interest in Sports Medicine, Musculo-sketetal Injuries and Joint Injection Therapy and he has completed a Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine with First Class Honours through UCC in 2017. He is a member of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine in Ireland.
Nurse Anna O’Donoghue
Nurse Anna’s main interests include cardiology, health promotion, wound care and babies and children. Anna runs the baby vaccination clinic on a weekly basis and has a special interest in breastfeeding and infant feeding. She is a qualified lactation consultant and provides great support to new mothers. She has her own breastfeeding website www.breastfeedingkerry.ie for more information
Nurse Edyta Trojanowska
Nurse Edyta has a special interest in wound care, phlebotomy and general nursing services. Edyta monitors the blood services in the practice in conjunction with the doctors and provides a triaging service throughout the day.
Nurse Anne O’Brien
Nurse Anne has a special interest in antenatal care and cardiac care. Anne runs the Heart Watch program in the practice. Anne is also trained midwife and recently completed a course in CUMH for antenatal care which she uses to give invaluable support to our pregnant/antenatal patients.
Nurse Tara O’Connor
Nurse Tara’s main interests include diabetes management, cervical screening, wound care, health promotion and counselling skills. Tara runs diabetic clinics and cryotherapy clinics on a regular basis. She is currently studying to become an accredited counsellor.
Ms Maria O’Donovan
Ms O Donovan is vastly experienced in practice management and general practice business organisation. She has a Diploma in Practice Management.
Catherine Fitzgerald, Kay Carroll, Jeanne Britts, Martina Counihan