Who are we?

Drs Leonard and Mary Condren are a husband and wife medical partnership and have been engaged in general practice in Dublin for over twenty years. Both doctors are on the Specialist Register of the Medical Council, which is the national registration body for doctors in the Republic of Ireland.

If you wish to verify the credentials of both doctors you can do so by contacting the Medical Council at Kingram House, Kingram Place, Dublin 2. Telephone:01 4983100

Alternatively you can check both doctors registration details on line through these links: Dr Leonard Condren Dr Mary Condren

Dr Leonard Condren

Dr Leonard Condren graduated in medicine from UCD in 1977 and has spent all of his professional life practicing in his native city of Dublin.

Professional qualifications:

M.B. (NUI) 1977
D.C.H. (Diploma in child health) 1979
D.Obst. (Diploma in obstetrics) 1980
M.R.C.G.P. (Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners) 1981
M.I.C.G.P. (Member of the Irish College of General Practitioners) 1984
F.R.C.G.P. (Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners) 1992
D.O.H. (Diploma in occupational health) 1992

Dr Condren is a former lecturer in General Practice in the medical faculty at TCD (Trinity College Dublin). Dr Condren also has extensive experience in the field of medical publishing and has been medical editor of Forum, the journal of the Irish College of General Practitioners and irishhealth.com, the award winning health information website.

Dr Mary Condren

Dr Mary Condren graduated in medicine in UCD in 1980 and has also spent all of her professional life practicing in her native city of Dublin.

Professional Qualifications:

M.B. 1980
D.C.H. (Diploma in Child Health) 1982
D.Obst (Diploma in Obstetrics) 1983
M.R.C.G.P. (Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners) 1984
M.I.C.G.P. (Member of the Irish College of General Practitioners) 1985
F.R.C.G.P. (Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners) 2000

MSc Med Ed (Masters in Medical Education) 2009

Dr Condren has extensive experience in the field of women's health and was centrally involved in the establishment of a Master's course in Women's Health at The Royal College of Surgeon's in Ireland.