Dr. Peter Moran
Dr Peter Moran, originally from Dublin, completed his medical training in 1985 (Mb BCh
Dobs) through the National University of Ireland.
He has a particular interest in dermatology, paediatrics and also internal medicine, and thoroughly enjoys everything about being a GP.
Married, with two “humanoid” dogs, three grown-up children, and a beautiful granddaughter,
Peter firmly believes exercise is vital to staying healthy, something he practices in his own
life, exercising and hillwalking regularly when he’s not working, and also singing – though
not necessarily at the same time!
Dr. Maeve Burns
Dr. Ala Rovenco
Dr Rovenca graduated from the State Medical and Pharmaceutical University N. Testimitanu Chisinau . R, Moldova in 1990. On completion of registration examinations, she moved to Ireland, working as a Hospital doctor in SJH, Tallaght & Navan across multiple fields - A&E, Endocrinology, Rheumatology, Medicine for Elderly, Hem-oncology and Respiratory Medicine before settling into her career as a GP.
Dr. Séan O'Brien
Dr. Taiwo Akhigbe
Dr. Rosemarie Keenan
Blanchardstown local Dr Rosemarie Keenan initially completed a BSc in Biotechnology at
DCU in 2007, before going on to study graduate medicine at the University of Limerick,
gaining her BMBS in 2012.
However, during her internship she was moved to become a GP, inspired by a doctor who,
she recalls, “Ran a very busy practice and had a busy home with four children, but always
had a smile on her face and always made time for her patients.”
And so Rosemarie entered her GP training in 2013, achieving her MICGP in 2017.
Rosemarie has a particular interest in women’s health, but if she could give one piece of good
advice it would be simple: “Always wear sunscreen!”
Off-duty she is kept busy with her own extended family, including her husband, son, siblings
and parents. She enjoys baking, and swims too – wearing sunscreen, naturally.