Dr Mark Wheeler
BSc MBBS DRCOG DCH MRCGP MICGP, Diploma in Dermatology, Diploma in Occupational Health
Dr Mark Wheeler qualified in London in 1987 and completed his specialist GP training in the UK, Ireland & Australia. Over the next seven years he trained in paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, dermatology, ENT (ear nose and throat), emergency and general medicine.
He was made a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1992 and he also holds the Diplomas of Child health, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Dermatology and Occupational Medicine. In 2006 Dr Wheeler was elected to the Irish College of General Practitioners.
Dr Wheeler spent three years as a partner in a practice in Brighton, UK, before taking over the practice in Edenmore. Though first and foremost a GP he has a keen interest in diseases of the skin. He holds weekly skin clinics at Edenpark Surgery, is a member of the Primary Care Dermatological Society, the Primary care Surgical Association.
He continues to work with the ICGP, the HSE & local GPs to improve Primary Care in this area. He is married with four daughters.
Dr John O'Dwyer
MB BCh BAO MRCPI MRCGP MICGP
Dr O'Dwyer qualified from medical school in 2001. After qualification he worked in a broad range of specialties including Cardiology, Endocrinology, Neurology, Dermatology, Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry & Care of the Elderly. He then became a member of the College of Physicians in Ireland.
He worked in Temple St Children's Hospital before completing his General practice training in Edinburgh.
Dr O'Dwyer's interests include child health, cardiovascular and diabetic care, male health and musculo-sketetal problems. In 2012 he was appointed as a GP Trainer on the North Dublin City GP Training Programme.
He grew up in North Dublin and is married with six young children.
Dr Fionnuala Joyce
MB BCh BAO MICGP DCH DipOccMed CFP
Dr Joyce qualified from Trinity College in 1999 and completed her postgraduate GP training in Ireland. In 2003 she moved to Oxford in the UK and worked as a GP there for 6 years.
While in England she also worked in Helen House Children's Hospice where she developed an interest in the care of the terminally ill.
She has trained in medicine, paediatrics, psychiatry, emergency medicine, gynaecology and family planning. She has also completed diplomas in Child Health and Occupational Medicine.
She is married with three young children.