At Park Medical Practice in Killarney we are committed to providing an efficient, quality assured, family doctor service caring for all your medical needs in a courteous, professional and confidential manner.
The Park Medical Practice located at Park Road, Killarney was established by Dr Gary Stack in 1988. During the last three decades the practice has grown significantly, consistently providing a wide range of high quality medical services to the local community.
Dr Gary Stack, Dr Fidelma Cronin and Dr Andrew O' Regan are full time GPs at the practice.
Dr. Gary Stack
Fellows of the Royal College
of General Practitioners
Dr. Fidelma Cronin
Special interests: Heartwatch Programme
Dr Andrew O'Regan
Masters in Sport Medicine
Dr Simon Corcoran
Norma Sheehan Juliette Casey
Practice Secretary Practice Nurse
All of our clinical staff are committed to continuing medical education (CME). This is the process by which we update our knowledge, skills, and attitudes in association with other GPs and/or nurses, on an ongoing basis.
In addition, Park Medical is committed to providing teaching for medical and nursing students, both under and postgraduate. Medical students now spend a significant part of their medical education in general practice. Park Medical Practice is also a training practice for the Kerry General Practice Scheme, we provide training for doctors who wish to specialise in General Practice and are studying for their MICGP. Similarly the Nursing School in IT Tralee may have a student rotating through the practice. We believe that such eduational interaction is beneficial to patients, students and doctors alike and helps to keep us up to date with the latest medical developments. If, for any reason whatsoever, you do not wish any involvement with a student at a particular visit please mention this to any of our reception or clinical staff.
At Park Medical Practice we are committed to providing a safe, comfortable environment where patients and staff can be confident that best practice is followed at all times.
Patients can have a chaperone present for a consultation, examination or procedure.
The chaperone is usually a doctor or nurse. You may also have a family member or friend present should you so wish.
Your doctor or nurse may occasionally request that a chaperone be present for certain examinations. Please feel free to enquire at reception if you have any queries or would like to see a copy of our chaperone policy.