Meet the Team
Dr. Rita Doyle
GP, MB BCH BAO MICGP DCH Diploma in CBT
Dr. Rita Doyle is a graduate of UCD and is working in general practice for over 30 years.
Her special interests include mental health, diabetes, minor surgery and paediatrics.
Dr. Danielle Divilly
MB BCh BAO, MICGP, Dip in Child Health, Dip in Geriatric Medicine, Dip in Dermatology
Dr Danielle Divilly, originally from Glenageary, graduated with an honours degree in Medicine from NUI Galway in 2008. She worked in hospital General Medicine for a number of years before entering the Western Training Programme for General Practice. She has been a Member of the Irish College of General Practitioners since 2015.
She holds a Diploma in Child Health from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and a Diploma in Geriatric Medicine from the Royal College of Physicians UK.
She returned to Dublin in 2016, and soon afterwards joined the team in Bray Family Practice.
In recent years, she has completed a Diploma in Risk Management, Internal Audit and Compliance from Chartered Accountants Ireland. In 2018, she was awarded a scholarship to the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, where she completed a Diploma in Clinical Leadership.
Danielle is passionate about General Practice. She enjoys the variety of the work and building relationships with her patients. She endeavours to provide high quality care with patient safety central to her approach. She has a broad knowledge base catering to all ages, genders and lifestyles.
Her special areas of interests include Chronic Disease Management, Paediatrics, Dermatology and Women’s Health.
She has extensive experience in the areas of Contraception and Women’s Health. She is a Tutor in Contraception and Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (Coils & Implanons) with the Irish College of General Practitioners. She is also a GP Trainer for the Trinity GP Training Scheme.
Danielle has an interest in medical and cosmetic dermatology. She has completed training in Minor Surgery, Medical Aesthetics and Dermoscopy. She has been awarded a Diploma in Dermatology from the University of South Wales. She is a member of the Irish Primary Care Surgical Association and the Primary Care Dermatology Society of Ireland.
Dr. Chris McDermott
Dr Chris McDermott graduated from UCD Medical School in 2015. He worked in hospital medicine for several years gaining experience in a wide variety of medical specialties.
He completed his General Practice Training in 2021. He has special interest in Care of the Older Person, Dermatology and Joint Injections.
In his spare time he enjoys cooking and a round of golf.
Dr. Anna Martin
Dr Anna Martin studied medicine at Limerick University. Whilst training as a GP, Anna worked in paediatrics, obstetrics and psychiatry. She has a wide range of interests in general practice including women’s health, chronic disease management and medicine for the elderly. Prior to joining Bray Family Practice, Anna worked at St Colmcille’s Hospital with a particular focus on acute medicine and elderly care.
Before studying medicine, Anna studied law at Trinity College and the London School of Economics. Outside of her daily work life, she enjoys playing tennis and hiking.
Dr. Rebecca Russell
Rebecca graduated from UCD Medical School in 2015. She trained in Paediatrics for several years before deciding to peruse a career in General Practice. She enjoys playing hockey with her local club in her spare time.
Nurse Karen Kelly
Nurse Karen Kelly graduated as a General Nurse in 1989 and as a Midwife in 1996. Originally from the UK, she relocated to Ireland in 2000 and spent 10 years working in a General Hospital.
Karen moved into general practice 5 years ago and is delighted to have recently joined Bray Family Practice.
Karen’s nursing role includes Phlebotomy/STI screening, BP checks/ 24hr blood pressure monitoring, ECG, wound management, ear lavage, childhood immunisations, adult vaccinations, diabetic checks for those with Type 2 diabetes.
Karen is also a registered smeartaker with the National Cervical Screening Programme and would encourage all women to attend for a free smear test.
Berna O' Hanrahan