HEALTHCARE FOR ALL YOUR FAMILY

We are open for appointments in Bray Primary Care Centre.

Please phone us before presenting to the clinic on 01 2860568 you will be assessed and invited in. 

We are also offering telephone consultations.

We have been informed that the criteria for testing for covid 19 has changed. 
https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/coronavirus/testing.html

Please read the info on the above link for info.

 

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 8.30am -5.00pm

Our phones lines open from 08:30 until 17:00 with closure at lunch from 12.30-13.30. Reception remains open for patient check in, collections and emergencies. Call 087 908 2813 if the phone lines are closed and you have an urgent medical requirement.

Occasionally for staff meetings we close the phone lines, when this happens there will be an emergency number to dial

Outside of clinic hours, from 6pm to 8am and at weekends please call EDoc  (01) 223 4500
EDoc will operate out of Loughlinstown, St Columcilles, please note this is not a walk in service, you must call first.

Please don't send text messages to the doctor on call as they cannot be received

For Repeat Prescriptions please click here

We Moved!! We are now in Bray Primary Centre, on Killarney Road.

We are very excited to offer a wide range of treatments and services in a modern purpose built centre.

We look forward to welcoming you there but please don't present to the practice if you have a cough or temperature.

Call us for an appointment and we will instruct you on the safest way to see a Doctor or Nurse at this time.  

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Health Tip of the Month

Minding your health during Corona Virus

People with long-term health conditions may be more at risk of serious illness if they get coronavirus. You need to take extra care to protect yourself from coronavirus. During this time of uncertainty, our daily lives have changed a lot. If you have a long-term health condition you still have to do the things that help you stay well.
• Set a daily routine. Get up, get dressed and get moving.
• Continue to monitor your condition.
• If your condition worsens call your GP or hospital to get the advice you need.

Continue to monitor your condition as you usually do. For example, note your symptoms, check your blood glucose (sugar), track your peak flow, etc. Be aware of how you are feeling. Plan a daily routine which includes your checks. Responding to changes quickly helps keep your long-term health condition under control. Follow your care-plan if you have one. If your condition worsens contact your GP or hospital immediately to get the advice you need.

National help lines can also provide support and advice.
Asthma advice line: 1800 44 54 64
COPD advice line: 1800 83 21 46
Diabetes Ireland helpline: 01 842 8118.
Irish Heart Foundation heart and stroke helpline: 01 668 5001

Keep taking your regular medications. Make sure you do not run out of any medication. Talk to your GP or pharmacist if you have any concerns. Order your medication over the phone so that it is ready for collection. Make a list of your medicines. This is important information to give to health workers if you become sick. Ask your pharmacist for a copy of your medications or you can get a medication list on www.safermeds.ie which you can complete or ask someone to help you. Many pharmacies offer a delivery service. Or you can ask someone you trust or phone your Community Call helpline if you need help to collect your medication.
 

Mind your mental health. Being stressed about COVID-19 is normal and not unexpected. Stress and worry can make your underlying condition worse. There are things you can do to help you get through this time. Plan your day, include some nice activities, eat healthy foods that you enjoy and keep active.
Make a daily routine which includes chatting with someone at least once a day. If you need advice talk with people you respect and trust such as your family, friends or your healthcare team. If you need help to cope contact your GP or go to HSE website www2.hse.ie/wellbeing/
mental-health/minding-your-mental-health-during-the-coronavirus-outbreak.html 
You can also call ALONE on 0818 222 024 for support or a listening ear.

Did you know... We are now at our new premises in Bray Primary Care Centre!

Meet the Team

The Carlton Clinic was established by Dr John McManus, who began practicing in Bray in 1975. In 1977 he was joined by Dr Tony O’Brien, and in the same year the doctors moved to Novara Avenue. In May 2020 the practice moved to the current site in Bray Primary Care Centre. 

The Practice is now a seven doctor partnership, including: Dr. John McManus, Dr. Geraldine Holland, Dr. Eimear O’Hanlon, Dr Melanie Piercy, Dr Mairead Cassidy, Dr. Eoin Spillane and Dr. David Coffey. Dr Dara Owens and Dr Lisa Devine joined the practice in 2016 as GP Assistants. Dr Carly Flynn recently joined the practice as a further GP Assistant.

Our nursing team is made up of Geralyn Power, Sinead Fagan, Karen Rand and Fiona Fisher.

To support the clinical teams, the practice employs a fantastic team of 16 administration and domestic staff. 

 

Dr. John McManus

Doctor

Dr. John McManus

Dr. John McManus

Doctor


Dr John McManus is one of the founding members of Carlton Clinic.

Dr McManus established the Well Man health screening programme at Carlton Clinic. He also specialises in joint injections.

Dr. Geraldine Holland

Doctor

Dr. Geraldine Holland

Dr. Geraldine Holland

Doctor


Dr. Geraldine Holland grew up in Shankill and graduated from Trinity College, Dublin in 1986. She started working at Carlton Clinic in 1990 and became a Partner in 1995.

While Geraldine enjoys all aspects of General Practice, over the years she has developed a special interest and a broad skill base in all areas of Women's Health. In particular, Geraldine has a special interest in longer lasting contraception(Coils, Injections and Implants) and the management of period problems across all age groups.

She is part of a ground breaking initiative where a small group of GPs in collaboration with the National Maternity Hospital and the Rotunda Hospital, run a GP led, hospital based clinic practising these skills and teaching GPs in training and established GPs who would like to develop such skills. Geraldine is happy to accept referrals from local GPs to provide prompt treatment and avoid hospital referral if possible.

Geraldine is a former Assistant National Director of the ICGP (Irish College of General Practitioners) Women's Health Program,  and a current Family Planning Tutor and LARC Tutor at ICGP.

Geraldine has a keen interest in Teenage Health, Palliative Care and Asthma management.

Geraldine is mum to four daughters including teenage twins. She enjoys reading, walking and singing in her spare time.

Dr. Eimear O'Hanlon

Doctor

Dr. Eimear O'Hanlon

Dr. Eimear O'Hanlon

Doctor


Dr Eimear O'Hanlon graduated from Trinity College, Dublin in 1994. She completed her General Practice training in Durham in the U.K. before joining the Carlton Clinic in 2003. Dr. O'Hanlon's interests include Women's Health and Medical Education. She is a G.P. trainer with the HSE/Mid-Leinster G.P. training programme. Her qualifications include MB, BCh, BAO, MRCGP, DCh, DRCOG.

In her spare time she enjoys time with her family including her 2 young daughters.

Dr. Melanie Piercy

Doctor

Dr. Melanie Piercy

Dr. Melanie Piercy

Doctor


Dr Melanie Piercy graduated from Bristol University Medical School in 1994. She completed her GP training with St George’s Hospital, London and subsequently moved to Ireland.

Dr. Piercy joined the Carlton Clinic in 2005. Like her colleagues Melanie enjoys all aspects of family medicine but with a special interest in dermatology.

She is involved with the training of medical students within the practice.

Qualifications: MB ChB, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP, DPD.

 

Dr. Mairead Cassidy

Doctor

Dr. Mairead Cassidy

Dr. Mairead Cassidy

Doctor


Dr Mairead Cassidy graduated from University College Galway in 1999.

She completed her GP training with with Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin in 2006 and was also the highest achieving candidate in the GP exams that year.

She enjoys all aspects of General Practice & has a special interests in women's health, and in young people's & adolescent health including contraception & sexual health screening.

Dr Cassidy is also mom to 3 young children.

Dr. Eoin Spillane

Doctor

Dr. Eoin Spillane

Dr. Eoin Spillane

Doctor


Dr Eoin Spillane graduated from Royal College of Surgeons in 1997. He joined the Carlton Clinic in 2008.

He has special interest in dermatology (skin problems), and mens health including mens sexual health / STI screening.

He also does a once weekly Minor Surgery clinic removing skin lesions such as moles, warts, skin cysts and lumps, and ingrown toenails. Cryotherapy for warts, verrucas and sun damaged skin is also offered.

Qualifications: MB, BCh, BAO, LRCP & SI, AFRCSI, MRCGP, DPD.

Dr. David Coffey

Doctor

Dr. David Coffey

Dr. David Coffey

Doctor


Dr. David Coffey joined Carlton Clinic in 2011 and is now a GP Partner at the Practice. Dr. Coffey attended university in Dublin and trained as a GP in Scotland and England in the late 1990's. In addiition to working in Australia and New Zealand, Dr. Coffey also worked in Afghanistan for 9 months looking after patients with infectious diseases in Kandahar in the south of the country. His special interests include men's health, children's health and travel medicine.

In his spare time Dr. Coffey is a keen cyclist and cross-country runner. Carlton Clinic is delighted to have Dr. Coffey in the role of managing partner of the Carlton Clinic for 2015/2016.

Dr. Dara Owens

Doctor

Dr. Dara Owens

Dr. Dara Owens

Doctor


Dr Owens joined the practice in June 2016. He has a special interest in headaches and is part of the migraine team in St Vincent's University Hospital.

Dr Dara has proven himself very popular with patients young and old and is a great addition to the team here at Carlton Clinic.

Dr. Lisa Devine

Doctor

Dr. Lisa Devine

Dr. Lisa Devine

Doctor


Dr Lisa Devine will be familiar face to patients in Carlton Clinic as she completed part of her GP trainng scheme with us a few years back. Lisa graduated from University College Dublin in 2008. She worked extensively within hospital medicine after graduating before training as a GP.

Lisa has special interests in musculoskeletal medicine, palliative care, chronic disease management and contraceptive medicine. In her spare time she enjoys horseriding, hiking and cycling.

Welcome back Lisa!

Geralyn Power

Nurse

Geralyn Power

Geralyn Power

Nurse


Sinead Fagan

Nurse

Sinead Fagan

Sinead Fagan

Nurse


Sinéad Fagan completed her General Nurse training in Dublin and Midwifery training in London.

She joined Carlton Clinic in 1997

She is now working as a Clinical Nurse Specialist, with particular interest in Childhood Immunisations and Diabetes.

She has three grown up Children, enjoys playing golf and has recently started learning Italian

Karen Rand

Nurse

Karen Rand

Karen Rand

Nurse