The Bray Women’s Health Centre is a general medical practice with an emphasis on women’s health. All of our doctors and staff are female and have extensive experience.
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August 2023: We have a new Doctor, Nurse & are taking on new patients
We are delighted to welcome Dr. Louise Campbell to the practice, she will be joining us in September. Dr. Louise Campbell BA BCh BAO MICGP DipDerm DRCOG is a GP with a special interest in women’s health, minor surgery and dermatology. She graduated from RCSI in 2004 and completed General Practice training in 2010. Louise worked in Canada for several years and has been working in the Wicklow area since 2018.
We are now in a position to take on new patients which is something we have not been able to do for some time.
We are also delighted to welcome Nurse Toni Dwyer. Toni will be happy to do your smears, blood tests, immunisations and answer any general or women’s health queries.
We continue to try to limit the spread of Covid-19. If you need to be seen for any respiratory condition please do not be offended if we ask you to have a PCR test first. We are doing ‘in person’ consultations, but if you would be more comfortable with a telephone consult we can do that too. We continue to ask everyone to wear a face covering and we are limiting the number of patients in the waiting room. This is an exceptionally busy time, so if your phone call is not being answered immediately please do leave a message and a receptionist will return your call as soon as she is free. We really appreciate your patience and cooperation.
Some of our patients may have noticed that we have recently renovated the clinic. Along with our clinics fresher look, we have a new member of staff. Our lovely new
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