Dr. Michael O'Brien
Dr. Abdallia Fantazi
Dr. Abdalla Fantazi graduated as a doctor in medicine from his native country Libya. He came to Ireland for post-graduate studies at Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin. He worked in surgical speciality for two years before he obtained his fellowship of The Royal College of Surgeons. He also obtained his Diploma in Sports Medicine from both Royal College of Physicians and Royal College of Surgeons.
He gained experience by working as a registrar in Accident and Emergency department at Beaumont Hospital and also as Registrar in general and vascular surgery at St. James Hospital, Dublin and University College Hospital Galway. He has over ten years experience in general practice working in Abbey Medical Practice, Navan and also in Dundalk for a number of years. His main interest is minor surgical procedures and management of sports injury.
Dr. Kandan Loganathan
Dr Kandan is an Irish trained medical graduate from University College Galway (NUIG). Following his hospital jobs in HSE South and South East areas, he specialised in Orthopaedic medicine and surgery, receiving a Masters in Sports and Excercise Medicine from NUIG in 2009.
He recently completed 4 years in the North East General Practice Training Programme and received his CSCT and MICGP. During that time he developed skills in orthopaedic medicine, joint injection and skin surgery, including cryotherapy. He is a teacher in the faculty of the Irish Society of Orthopaedic and Rheumatological Medicine. He has also successfully completed certificates in contraception and smear taking.
In addition, he has completed ICGP Level 1 Methadone prescribing and has worked in a methadone clinic. With the experience and knowledge that he has gained to date, he would like to bring a hands-on approach to general practice. He would like his future patients to benefit from his clinical expertise and he would hope to build on what he has learned to date in his career in general practice.
Dr. Wardah Peck