co-founder & medical director
MB.BCh.BAO, BMedSc. MSc Health Informatics (TCD), MSc Clinical Education (Edin), LFOM, Dip.Dermoscopy.
Dr. Neil Reddy has always had a vision for empowering the individual to better their health through education, drawing on his dual Master’s in Clinical Education and Health Informatics. He is a Licentiate of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians Ireland.
Neil's role as Medical Director involves advising our client on maintaining the health of employees through health promotion, screening and occupational health case management.
Neil is on the Irish Medical Council’s accreditation panel for the specialist medical training schemes in Ireland, ensuring doctors receive the highest standard of postgraduate education. He is a part-time lecturer for the University College of Dublin’s Centre for Safety and Health at Work.
Neil has 17 years of experience as a Medical Director and Instructor on courses
such as Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) and Acute Medical Emergencies; the practical approach (MedicALS) all of which are mandatory training courses for Doctors and healthcare professionals in Ireland.
co-founder and director of operations and 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.
Stephen recently joined Mullingar Regional Hospital, after working as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Beaumont Hospital Emergency Department for over 20 years. He has over 25 years of nursing experience at clinical, educational and managerial level with a postgraduate diploma and Masters 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 post graduate diploma for the Advanced Paramedic programme.
Stephen co-founded Precision Health in 2014 to deliver health screening programmes and education to Corporates and training programmes to the medical community.