When you go for a pregnancy ultrasound it can be difficult to understand, or be reassured, when something is found that requires close follow up. This is an excellent explanatory information source. Click here for more information
We have had a few queries regarding the reliability of our Harmony tests following all the media coverage. This interview by Prof Sean Daly, which starts 36 minutes into the programme, is the best most succinct explanation, objective and well worth listening to. https://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer/html5/#/radio1/11037738
What is Vulvodynia and what are the symptoms? Read more on the article below where Dr. McCaffrey has discussed all about Vulvodynia in Woman’s Way magazine.
Dr. Mary Mc Caffrey, Medical Director MB FRCOG, Consultant Obstetrician – Gynaecologist at The Scotia Clinic, Tralee and her team will be speaking at the upcoming Families through Surrogacy conference on the 9th of March, at the Ashling Hotel, Dublin 8, from 2:30pm – 6pm. On the day Dr. Fabian Ward PhD of The Scotia […]
A presentation by Dr. Mary McCaffrey. Read more on our fertility services
Would you like to achieve a healthier lifestyle? Then don’t miss this event! Dr McCaffrey Consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist, will be giving a beneficial talk regarding your hormones: your health. At the Health and Wellness Fest at Manor West Hotel, Tralee. ✅ Saturday 6th October and Sunday 7th October@ midday.🔜
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 […]