The Scotia Clinic is currently recruiting a part time medical secretary/receptionist. If you think you are suited for the position, please forward a cover letter and 2 copies of your CV to Niamh Quirke, Practice Manager, by post only!
Congratulations on either starting or growing your family! Once the fog of excitement lifts and you realise that 40 weeks is a marathon not a sprint there are lots of decisions to make and none more important than the care path you will choose for your pregnancy and delivery. Choosing your private Maternity Care […]
Early Pregnancy Scan (6-11 weeks) This scan is performed between 6-11 weeks to establish the presence of a single or multiple intrauterine pregnancy and to confirm the pregnancy is in the womb and not an ectopic pregnancy. We look at the heartbeat (s) and measure the embryo (s) to determine the gestational age. This early […]
Here at the Scotia Clinic we understand that the wonderful news of discovering your pregnant can bring a wealth of emotions with it from excitement to nervousness in equal measure! Using state of the art ultrasound equipment you can share in the experience of seeing your baby grow and celebrate the milestones of their development […]
Job Description Responsibility Oversee the management of making bookings, diary management, answering calls, liaising with surgery personnel. Excellent organisational skills with a proven ability to multitask in a busy role. Ability to deal with patients in relation to referral letters, taking payment, dealing with any medical forms. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with an awareness […]
6TH OCTOBER 2016 BREAST CANCER SEMINAR How to prevent, detect, and survive breast cancer The Marie Keating Foundation is holding a free breast cancer seminar in Kerry on Thursday, 6 October for all women. Hear from a Marie Keating Foundation nurse, a breast cancer survivor, a consultant, and a representative of Kerry cancer support services. Register […]
This week a key talking point in all the press has been the Breast Cancer Now Generations Study on HRT use and breast cancer risk as published in the British Journal of Cancer. When many of these studies are published concern and alarm can be raised by evocative headlines when in fact a more balanced […]
At Scotia Clinic we accept Self-referral Gynae consultations in situations where GP referral is not feasible which means you can contact us directly about any appointment, concern or consultation you wish to make. In this instance we do not require a letter of referral from your GP. Taking a proactive approach to your own health […]