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Welcome to your local Portmarnock GP Clinic

Dr Niall Breen

Dr Niall Breen
  • Qualifications MB Bch Bao, MICGP, DCH (UK), DME
  • Experience >10 years
  • Training Dr. Niall Breen (MICGP) is a full time partner in the practice. He graduated from UCD in 2007 and completed his higher specialist training in general practice in 2013. Originally from Donegal, Niall has studied and worked in Dublin since 2001 and lives locally with his wife and two sons. Niall was runner-up in the ICGP’s ‘Quality in Practice Award’ in 2012 and won the McArdle prize in surgery in university, has a diploma in Child Health (DCH UK) in 2013 and a diploma in Healthcare Economics (DHE) in 2015, along with some published original research. Dr Niall tries to keep fit and loves sport, mainly following soccer, GAA and rugby and is a season ticket holder for Lansdowne Road as well as a regular visitor to Croke Park every Summer too (depending on Donegal's fortunes!). Niall has done over 1,500 travel medicine consults in his former capacity working with the Tropical Medicine Bureau, and has extensive experience having completed diverse hospital rotations. Special Interests: Men’s Health, Mental Health, Child Health & Travel Health/Travel Vaccinations. Medical Council no. 299179
  • Work days Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday (appointments from 8.15).

Notice

The Covid-19 public health emergency has led to changes in how we go about our daily lives.

In Portmarnock GP Clinic we are open and looking after our patients. Please call us on 01-8461335 or 01-8038881 to make an appointment, or e-mail us on info@portmarnockgpclinic.ie.

We are doing video and phone consults and we are seeing some patients in the surgery. This will be at your treating doctors discretion. We are also back doing blood tests and other essential routine services.

Those attending the practice will not be in contact with other patients. All patients have to wear a mask.

We have strict social distancing with the use of back entrances to the practice, contactless payments and appropriate masks/gloves/gowns/aprons depending on the situation.

For a full rundown on the changes, please click here

Thanks as always for your patience and co-operation.