Dr. Conor McGrane
Dr Conor McGrane graduated in medicine from UCD in 1994. He subsequently worked in worked in hospitals across Belfast as part of his GP Training, before taking up his position in in general practice in 1998. Dr McGrane has worked in North Dublin since 2002.
His special interest in Sports Medicine has seen him participate as a doctor for many sporting organisations and clubs including the FAI (Football Association of Ireland), medical officer for Cycling Ireland and extensively as a volunteer including as Race Doctor for the Ras Tailteann from 2005 to 2014.
Dr McGrane has also completed minor surgery training, through the RCGP and supplemented with courses led by the RCSI, ICGP, FAI and BASM(UK). He has also worked in disability assessment and was involved in setting up the out of hours service in North Dublin.
MB,BAO,BCh (UCD 1994)
Diploma Mental Health (QUB 1998 Dist)
Diploma Musculoskeletal medicine and rehabilitation (ICGP/RCSI 2012)
Diploma in Football Medicine (FIFA 2015)
MRCGP 1999 (GP Specialist training)
FFSEM (RCSI) 2015 (Sports Medicine)
Dr. Alvin Mondoh
Dr Mondoh is a graduate of Warsaw Medical University when he completed is undergraduate training,
He did his residency in Family medicine at the Aga Khan International University.
He has special interest in and postgraduate diploma in Women’s Health from the Royal College of Physicians Ireland.
He has multiple board certification and international experience working in several countries within urban/rural setting both in primary and tertiary care.
Dr. Shreshta Kandwal
Dr. Kandwal is a graduate from (Lithuanian University of Health Sciences), (2013).
Dr. Kandwal completed her senior residency in the field of Paediatrics and has an extensive work experience in Gynaecology and Obstetrics. She has worked in General Practice since 2018.
She has worked in various public hospitals in India for a period of six years. Dr. Kandwal also has a keen interest in social work and has provided medical care to the underprivileged, in challenging environments.