Dr Claire Noonan

Claire grew up in Shankill, and then Blackrock, Co. Dublin and went to school in Sion Hill Dominican College, Blackrock from 1985-1991.

She graduated with Honours in Medicine from UCD in June 1997. She completed her intern year in 1997/1998 in the Mater Misericordiae Hospital in Dublin. She then completed a two-year scheme in Paediatrics in Our Lady’s Hospital in Crumlin, the National Maternity Hospital, Holles St. and the Midwestern Regional Hospital in Limerick. She has a particular interest in Paediatrics

During her GP training she worked in A&E and Medicine in James Connolly Memorial Hospital in Blanchardstown and Psychiatry in St Vincent’s Hospital in Fairview. She also trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology clinics in the Rotunda Hospital, Dublin.

She completed her GP training with a vocational GP registrar year in Edinburgh, Scotland in 2002-2003 attaining a Distinction in the M.R.C.G.P. exam of Summer 2003.

She worked in several GP practices around Dublin after returning from Scotland and started work with Dr Paul Lacey and Dr Ray Murphy in The Dun Laoghaire Surgery in February 2004.

She also worked in Irish Health Care in the Blackrock Clinic from 2004 -2007 and has experience in medical screening and preventative medicine

She is a member of the Merrion faculty of the ICGP and participates in continuing medical education.

She has a keen interest in cooking, travelling and reading and she is married to Ronan Cormican who is a GP in Fairview, Dublin 3. They have three small children -a son and two daughters who keep her very busy when not at work!


M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.( Honours ) U.C.D. 1997

Diploma in Child Health (D.C.H. Honours) U.C.D. 2000

Certificate in Family Planning (I.F.P.A.) 2001

Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (M.R.C.G.P. Distinction) 2003

Associate member I.C.G.P. -since 2004

Diploma in Therapeutics (I.C.G.P.) -Sept 2010

Dr Sarah Jane Hill




Dr Ronan Cormican


Ronan graduated from UCD in 1997.

He completed his GP education following training in Paediatrics, General Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Opthamology, ENT, Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynacology.

During his GP training he achieved diplomas in Child health, Obstetrics and Gynacology, Dermatology, and a certificate in Medicine for the Older Person.

Ronan became a GP trainer in 2010.

He is on the medical councils specialist register and is a full member of the Irish College of General Practitioners.

Ronan is fully up to date with his continuing medical education.

Ronan is married with 3 children.


Nurse Una Brennan


Receptionist Sinead Brady

Sinead manages the administration of the practice.

Sinead will be happy to answer any questions you may have,


Please feel free to contact your Clontarf Family Practice GP at


14 Kincora Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3