Cahernane Medical Centre is a modern, dynamic practice committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of all our patients

Cahernane Medical Centre is located in the heart of Killarney. The practice was established by Dr John Geaney and Dr Fiona Gallagher in 2000. We are a busy practice with 3 GPs, 3 Practice Nurses, and 3 Secretarial / Administrative Support. We offer a wide range of services to support our growing population needs.

We treat all our patients with respect regardless of their age, gender, disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation or religion. Our aim is to provide the highest quality health care available to all our patients with a well trained and highly motivated health care team. We encourage the continuous education and professional development of all members of the practice team.

OUR SERVICES

We offer a full family service including: Well Woman/Well Man Check-ups, Heartwatch Clinics, Pre/Antenatal Care, STI/STD Screening, Travel Vaccinations etc.

YOUR ENTITLEMENTS

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Under 6s and Over 70s Free GP Care Schemes, Medical Cards, Long Term Illness Card etc?

MINOR SURGERY

We hold a minor surgery clinic every Wednesday morning and can treat a range of conditions under Local Anesthesia.

Notice to patients with Medical/GP Visit Cards

Notice to patients with Medical/GP Visit Cards

Your Medical/GP Visit Card entitles you to a range of services from your General Practitioner which are determined by the HSE and the Department of Health, for which the doctor receives payment from the State. There are, however, a number of additional services...

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Introducing our new GP Registrar

Introducing our new GP Registrar

Cahernane Medical Centre is a training practice and part of the South West GP Training Scheme. We would like to introduce and welcome our new GP Registrar Dr Alison Deane. Dr Deane will be working at Cahernane Medical Centre from July 2019 to June 2020. GP Registrars...

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High Blood Pressure

High Blood Pressure

Around 30-40% of people living in Ireland have high blood pressure, but may not be aware of it. If left untreated, it can increase your risk of a heart attack, stroke and kidney failure. People who are most at risk would be: Someone who is overweight Eats a lot of...

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