Dr. Paul O'Hara, Dr. Hebat Seiam, Nurse Aoife O'Neill and Dr. Paul Campbell
Dr. Hebat Seiam MB BCH BAO LFOM MICGP
Hebat Graduated from the University of Cairo in 1990. She worked in General Medicine and then Gynaecology before she moved to Ireland over a decade ago. She started working in General Practice in Ireland in 2008. She has been working in Waterford as a GP since 2009 and has a huge following of patients. She has a wealth of experience and is excellent clinically in all aspects of medicine encountered in General Practice. She has a special interest in women’s health, family planning, mental health, gynaecology and endocrinology. She has an advanced certificate in Family Planning and is expert at insertion of Intra-uterine contraception. Hebat like Paul Campbell also holds the LFOM in occupational medicine and likewise is experienced in looking after all aspects of occupational medicine - including pre-employment medicals , annual employment medicals, and exit medicals. She has experience advising HR Managers on all aspects of occupational medicine. Hebat also is a member of the Irish College of General Practitioners and is on the specialist register of General Practitioners with the Irish Medical Council
Nurse Aoife O'Neill - Practice Nurse
Nurse Aoife is starting with John's Hill Medical Practice shortly after we open. She has a special interest in Diabetes Care and attends the local DIGP group meetings - a a group set up by local GP s with special interest in delivering diabetes care in the community. She excellent in all aspects of nursing care relating to Diabetes follow up and also educating patients about diet and lifestyle factors as well as showing them how to use the different gadgets that some patients with diabetes need to use. She is excellent at all aspects of general practice nursing work - taking blood tests, dressings, blood pressure checks, fitting 24 hr blood pressure monitors, ECG readings, Audiometry and Spirometry.
Dr. Paul Campbell MB BCH BAO LFOM
Paul graduated from Queens University Belfast in 2004. Since graduation Paul has worked in emergency medicine and general practice in Northern Ireland. He commenced his GP training in the Mater Hospital in Belfast completing this in 2009. Paul is experienced in all areas of chronic disease management. He has completed a certificate in Diabetes Management in General Practice. He also has a special interest in end of life care and he holds a Certificate in Essential Palliative Care. Paul is also trained in minor surgery and the provision of joint injections. Paul has 4 Children and is experienced in managing Paediatrics in General Practice. Paul holds the LFOM qualification in Occupational Medicine and is experienced in looking after all aspects of occupational medicine - including pre-employment medicals, annual employment medicals, and exit medicals. He has experience advising HR Managers on occupational medicine.
Dr. Paul O'Hara MB BCH BAO IMRCS MICGP
Paul Graduated from University College Dublin in 2005. Paul worked as an Intern for a year in the Mater Hospital in Dublin. After internship he completed Basic Surgical Training based out of University College Hospital Galway and rotated through the major surgical specialities. He worked lecturing medical students for 6 months in the National Orthopaedic Centre in Cappagh and as a Registrar in Emergency Medicine in Beaumont Hospital in Dublin. Afterwards he commenced specialist training in General Practice on the South East General Practice training Scheme. Paul is experience in all areas of Acute and Chronic Disease care. He has a special interest in Diabetes care in the practice and is a member of the Local Waterford DIGP (a voluntary group set up by local GPs with an interest in improving Diabetes Care in the local community). He is interested in chronic disease care especially Asthma, COPD, Heart Disease, Hypertension, Multi-morbidity and care of the elderly, Mental Health, and Men’s health. . Paul has 2 small kids and enjoys Paediatric Medicine. Paul carries out Minor Procedures and Joint Injections. Paul is a clinical tutor for UCC in University Hospital Waterford and runs tutorials for medical students rotating to the hospital from UCC. In recent years he tutored medical students from the University of Limerick rotating through the practice he was working in. He has been an examiner for Medical Student Clinical Exams in University of Limerick in recent years. Paul has examined Final Medical Exams for UCC in 2017 and 2018. He is hoping become a GP Trainer and bring GP trainees to the John’s Hill Medical Practice in time.