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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Deirdre Lundy moving to Holles St. Hospital
With great sadness we are losing our wonderful colleague Deirdre Lundy to Holles St. Hospital. We are very sorry to lose her and we will miss her sunny disposition, dedication to her patients and her expertise. Please rest assured though, that we will still look after you and that we will still accept menopause referrals. And a little word from Deirdre: “With a sad heart I am moving out of private work and my lovely Bray Women’s Health Centre, to set up the new national complex menopause clinic thanks to funding by Minister Stephen Donnelly and the Department of Health. I have every confidence in my colleagues in BWHC… you will be in good hands.”
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.
Our own Dr Catherine Riordan will be speaking at the ‘Let’s give Fertility Visibility” event hosted by Boots Ireland and The Gloss magazine this Wednesday 23rd March at 1.15pm.This is
With great sadness we are losing our wonderful colleague Deirdre Lundy to Holles St. Hospital. We are very sorry to lose her and we will miss her sunny disposition, dedication
Men, do you need to check out your fertility? Infertility affects 1 in 10 couples overall. This becomes more common as you get older. By their late 30s, 1 in
Community transmission of Covid-19 has increased recently as we all know. We are deferring all routine in-clinic consultations for the next few weeks. We will continue to offer telephone consultations
Men will shortly be able to have semen analysis carried out at our clinic in Bray. For many, this will save an inconvenient trip further afield. For men who have
This service is available. just ring to make an appointment with us directly or you can go through Myoptions 1800828010
What is the Menopause? The Menopause is officially defined as the last day of your last menstrual period, but most people use the word “menopause” when they talk about the
Worried about your future fertility? Sense your biological clock is ticking and not sure what to do about it? Trying to get pregnant but it’s just not happening? Wondering if