Dr. Graham Gordon
Graham was born and bred in Dublin, but his family took him around the world. He qualified in medicine from Southampton Medical School in the UK and later completed a surgical SHO rotation in Portsmouth hospitals. Graham returned to Ireland in 2007 and completed a Masters in Sports Medicine in UCC.
He then began his specialist training in general practice in the South West / Kerry region and also did a Diploma in Child Health. Graham has a specialist interest in men's health, minor surgery and sports medicine. He is a Leinster season ticket holder and tries to attend as many home matches as possible.
Dr. Deirdre Collins
Dr. Katalin Csernai
Katalin grew up in Szeded in Hungary. She qualified in medicine from Szote and she then began specialist training in general practice on the Szote vocational training programme. Katalin worked in a couple of different family practices in Hungary, before moving to Ireland. Katalin enjoys music and plays piano. While she no longer plays basketball, she still enjoys watching the sport when she has the opportunity.
Dr. Roland Williams
Roland was born in Germiston, South Africa.
He qualified in medicine from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg.
He has specialist interests in Infectious Diseases and Gastroenterology.
He is a founder member of the South African HIV Society.
He was on the faculty of the Foundation for Professional Development where he taught HIV Medicine for 12 years and is an expert in HIV Disease.
He completed an SHO rotation in Gastroenterology at Baragwanath Hospital and performed endoscopies until he came to Ireland.