Co-founder & Medical Director
MB.BCh.BAO, BMedSc. MSc Health Informatics (TCD), MSc Clinical Education (Edin), LFOM, Dip.Dermoscopy.
Neil is an experienced healthcare educator, directing advanced life support and clinical practice training programmes for doctors and nurses since 2004. Neil is a former member of the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council Medical Advisory Group from 2010 to 2014 and now a member of the Medical Council's Post-Graduate Training Accreditation Panel. A Licentiate of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine, Neil provides expert advice to corporate clients regarding health promotion, health surveillance and sickness absence management. Neil is directly involved in the clinical service provision for occupational health case management, skin cancer screening and health promotion seminars.
Neil is an expert on the provision of online, remote and pre-hospital emergency care. He has planned and executed medical care for multi-day mass gatherings such as Electric Picnic, Oxegen and Longitude festivals. Neil also provides remote medical advice to individual consumers across Ireland by telephone or video consultation.
Co-founder & Director of Operations & Nursing
R.N.I.D, R.G.N, Pg Dip Ed, MSc Ed, Cert HRM, R.N.P, RANP, FFNMRCSI, Cert Occ Health. Dip Surgical Skills Cert OSH, OHT, Pg Cert OH .
Stephen recently joined Connolly Hospital, after working as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Beaumont Hospital Emergency Department for over 20 years. He has over 28 years of nursing experience at clinical, educational, and managerial levels with a postgraduate diploma and Master's Degree in Emergency Nursing. He is a part-time lecturer with University College Dublin and the Royal College of Surgeons on educational programmes including the Basic Surgical Training Scheme and the postgraduate diploma for the Advanced Paramedic programme. Stephen is an adjunct lecturer at Dublin City University.
Stephen co-founded Precision Health in 2014 to deliver health screening programmes and education to Corporates and training programmes to the medical community.