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Dr Cillian Keogh

General Practitioner with a Specialist Interest

Cillian is from Dublin and graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2015. He graduated with an honour’s degree as well as a Masters in Bioengineering. He did his intern year in St.James’ Hospital and Wexford General Hospital, working in the areas of plastic surgery, respiratory medicine, cardiology and general surgery.

Cillian started the Trinity College/HSE GP training scheme the following year. As part of that training, he worked in a diverse group of jobs including obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, psychiatry, emergency medicine, medicine for the elderly and endocrinology. He then went on to complete his GP training in practices in Skerries, Drumcondra and Killester.

Cillian currently works in Pearse Street Medical and has a special interest in joint injections, sports medicine and paediatrics. He is undertaking diplomas in both child health and mental health in primary care. He underwent training in eXroid in Bradford in 2021.

Outside of medicine, he is a keen sportsman playing senior gaelic football in Dublin for Templeogue Synge Street as well as playing for the Irish Doctor’s Soccer Team in the World Cup in Mexico in 2019.

“Having witnessed the limited options available to patients who suffer with haemorrhoids, I was fascinated to hear of a novel approach to the issue. Upon learning more about eXroid, I realised that this treatment was a game-changer. It is non-invasive, simple and effective treatment which allows patients to return to normal activities immediately.”

Dr Cillian Keogh