Dr. Dani Farah is a medical graduate of the Royal College of Surgeons (RCSI), Dublin. He completed his General Practice training in East Berkshire, England (Oxford Deanery) and was granted membership to the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) in 2011. On his return to Ireland that year, Dr. Farah was registered on the Irish Medical Council Specialist division for General Practice. Since moving to Cork in 2012, he has worked independently with Southdoc and with a number of other GP practices/centres, until taking over as the Principal GP in Wilton Medical Centre. Dr. Farah is married with three children.
Dr Kate Marie Boyle graduated from University of Limerick in 2011 having first attained a Bachelor’s degree in physiology from University College Dublin in 2007. Since graduation she completed her General Practice training in Cork and worked in GP practices in Cork City and County. She has a special interest in women’s health and family planning.