NURSE MANAGER & REGISTERED NURSE PRESCRIBER
NURSE TRIONA MOORE DIP IN NURSING (ADULT) ENP, RNP.
Triona Moore Dip in Nursing (Adult) ENP, RNP. Triona began working in Ayrfield Medical Practice in 2014. Since then she has completed a course in Nurse Prescribing and undertaken a Minor Illness Course. Triona's main areas of interest are urgent care including minor injuries and illness.
Prior to that Triona worked in a number of Emergency Departments since 1996. In 2013 she specialised as an Emergency Nurse Practitioner in Northern Ireland (ENP) specializing in Minor injuries.
Helen qualified in 1985 having trained in the Richmond Hospital in Dublin. She worked in Australia for 3 years in Cardiology before returning to work with the Irish Heart Foundation. She worked on the Kilkenny Health Project on Cardiovascular Disease Surveillance. Helen has spent the last 20 years in Primary Care with an interest in Women's Health and Cervical Check. She has obtained many Certificates during this time including Family Planning and Asthma Care.
Trained in London Lisa has 15yrs practice nurse experience.Keen interests include cervical screening,travel health medicine,childhood immunisations and tissue viability.
Bernadette qualified in 1997 as a Registered General Nurse in Beaumont Hospital Dublin.
She worked as a staff nurse on a general medical ward and later staffed in the Coronary Care Units of Beaumont Hospital and the Adelaide-Meath Hospitals ,Dublin.
In 2000 she went on to attain a Higher Diploma in Midwifery at University College Cork.
she has worked the past seventeen years as a midwife in The Maternity Unit of St Luke's Hospital Kilkenny
She joined the Ayrfield team in October 2018. She is mainly based at the clinic in Gortnahoe .Her special interests are women's and infant health.
Kate qualified as a General Nurse in 2015.
She has spent some time working on the Medical/Surgical Wards.
She then worked in the National Maternity Hospital in Holles Street where she received a Higher Diploma in Midwifery.
Kate had special interests in women's and infant health and hopes to develop her knowledge in these areas further.