Our surgeries in Greenhills and Old Bawn Way have been in their respective communities over 50 years and we are currently caring for the fourth generation of many families.
Dr Cantwell joined the surgery in 2007 and teamed up with Dr Spillane who joined in 2015 to form the current partnership. Over the years the practice has grown in both size and range of services provided. The practice is firmly rooted in general practice but offers a wide range of additional medical services.
Dr Eamon Spillane qualified from University College Dublin in 2002. He then spent a year working in Australia in emergency and general medicine before returning to Ireland to undertake a Masters in Sports Medicine in Trinity College Dublin in 2005. He then completed a medical senior house officer scheme in Beaumont hospital gaining membership of the Royal College of Physician of Ireland in the process. He proceeded to enter the East Coast GP Training Scheme in 2007 gaining membership of the Irish College of General Practitioners in 2011. Dr Spillane worked full time in Occupational Medicine for 18 months before joining this practice in August 2015. He has special interests in Mens Health, Sports Medicine and Occupational Medicine. Outside of work Dr Spillane remains a very keen sportsman.
Dr Gordon Cantwell qualified from UCD in 2000 and worked in hospital medicine in Sligo General, Midlands Regional Mullingar, The Mater and Tallaght Hospital before undertaking a Masters in Sports Medicine in Trinity.
Gordon trained as a GP on the UCD/East Coast Training Scheme and joined the surgery in 2007. His hospital work has seen him work in A+E, General Medicine, Psychiatry, Medicine of Later life, Paediatrics, Obs and Gynae, Trauma Orthopaedics and drug addiction.
He has an interest in all things sporting and is married with three children.
Dr. William Kinsella qualified from UCD in 2004. He spent his early postgraduate years in Northern Ireland where he completed the Derry GP scheme in 2008. His move to Melbourne, Australia in 2009 allowed him time to explore Australia and gain experience in many aspects of general practice. Returning to Ireland in 2018, he has continued working in general practice in Dublin since.
William’s clinical interests include dermatology, paediatrics, adolescent medicine, mental health and preventative medicine and he has obtained extra diplomas in paediatrics and dermatology. His main interest in practice is developing relationships with families and working to always educate patients with a view to improving health. His own experience as a father of four children sees him really enjoy time at work with new families. This is particularly while working through the early years with a main focus on empowering new parents through support and education.