Dr. Walsh is a native of Clonmel. He and his wife Marjorie established Mary Street Medical Centre in 1983. He continues to have a keen interest in providing a high standard of health care for the local people.
Dr. Cathy Foley
Dr Foley qualified from UCC in 1994. She completed her GP training in Oxford. She holds a diploma in Child Health and Medicine for the Elderly. She is a member of the Royal College of general Practitioners. She has been working in Mary Street Medical Centre since 2000. She has a special interest in Women’s Health.
Dr. Judith Cheasty – M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., M.R.C.G.P.
Dr. Cheasty is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, with post graduate diplomas in Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Family Planning. She completed her General Practice training in Edinburgh, Scotland. She has worked in Mary Street medical centre since 1988. Her special interest is in Women’s Health.
Dr James McGrath – MB BCh BAO MICGP
Dr McGrath is a graduate of UCC and trained on the South East GP training scheme. His special interests include men’s health issues, minor surgical procedures such as removal of cysts, moles and minor skin cancers, cryotherapy for skin lesions and Joint injection for various conditions. He has previous surgical and orthopaedic experience prior to general practice. He has completed a certificate in dermoscopy with skin cancer college of Australasia of which he is a member and is currently undertaking a certificate in skin cancer medicine. In addition he is a member of the primary care surgical association of Ireland and regularly attends their yearly conference for ongoing education.
He also runs Flo Medical Aesthetics, providing anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers for both cosmetic and medical reasons.
Dr. Liz Cantwell – M.B BCh. BAO MICGP LFOM
Dr. Cantwell is a native of Cahir Co. Tipperary. She graduated from University College Cork in 2009 and joined Mary Street Medical Centre in 2015 having completed her General Practice training through the South East GP training scheme.
She has a special interest in sports injury with a diploma in Musculoskeletal Examination( Injury and Management) from the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine (RCPI/RCSI). She also is a Licentiate of the Faculty of Occupational medicine, having achieved the LFOM with the Royal College of Occupational Medicine. She has completed the European Certificate in Essential Palliative Care through Milford Hospice. and has teaching links with the University College Limerick in the post graduate medical scheme.
Dr. McCarthy joined Mary Street in September 2020. Having graduated Medicine from Trinity College Dublin in 2009 Claire went on to complete her training in General Practice from the South East GP scheme in 2020 having previously undertaken the BSTEM in Emergency Medicine from the RCSI in 2013.
Claire currently holds memberships in Emergency Medicine and General Practice. Prior to studying medicine Claire worked as a Biomedical Scientist having graduated in Biomedical Science from DIT/TCD. Her special interests include Women’s Health, Child’s Health and Care for the Elderly.
Dr Rochford Graduated from Trinity College Dublin 1987. She completed her GP training in Ayrshire Scotland from 1988-1992 and has been a Principal in Mary Street Medical Centre since 1993. She is a GP representative on the South Tipperary Hospice committee and Damien house association and a close liaison with the local nursing homes.
Dr. Sean Fitpatrick – M.B. B.Ch NUI MICGP
Dr. Fitzpatrick is a native of Touraneena, Co. Waterford. He graduated from the National University of Ireland Galway in 2013. He worked in hospitals in the West and South East of Ireland before completing the South East GP training scheme. He is a member of the Irish College of General Practitioners and has worked in Mary Street Medical Centre since 2017.
Audrey is a Psychotherapist and Group Analyst in private practice in Mary Street Medical Centre since 1993. She is an accredited Supervisor and Organisational Consultant. She has TGA (Training Group Analyst) status and is a member of the Training team on the Group Analytic Psychotherapy course run by the School of Psychotherapy, TSoP, UCD School of Medicine and Medical Science, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin. She has a special interest in the use of Group Analysis as a method of treatment in a clinical setting.
Audrey is a full member of I.C.P., I.G.A.S., G.A.S. (International) and holds the European Certificate of Psychotherapy E.C.P.