Dr Conor McLoughlin - Medical Director
Conor is the current Medical Director of The Well, a position he was appointed to June 2010. Before joining The Well, Conor lived and practiced in the United States of America for 32 years and has a special interest in Preventative Medicine.
Dr Ray Power
Ray is founder of The Well. He qualified as a Medical Doctor from UCD in July 1989 and completed his General Practitioner Training in 1992. He spent a number of years working in Australia as a flying doctor and a General Practitioner and was appointed Assistant Director of the Western Australia Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine in 1993. On his return to Ireland in 1999, he set up Locumotion a medical recruitment company and in 2003, ‘The Well’. He is a passionate rugby fan and his special interests include Men’s Health, Health Promotion and Medical Education.
Dr Chris Marais
Chris is a graduate of the Medical School at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. He completed his internship at the Rustenburg Provincial Hospital in the North West Province and joined the South African Defence Force for two years National Service as a Medical Officer where he trained in Military Medicine and Aviation Medicine. When not on active duty as member of the Reaction Force, he worked extensively in Clinical Pathology, involved in Critical Care, screening of Senior Military Personnel and evaluating survival programmes for Special Forces. He joined the team at The Well in the beginning of 2005, bringing a wealth of more than 20 years experience, to practice his developed interests in Lifestyle Management, Work/Life Balance, Men's Health and Travel Medicine. He is currently the longest serving, full time member, of the Clinical Team and has carved a niche in the development of Executive Health Screening. He has a passionate interest in rugby and is a regular correspondent to the South African media.
Kerry Naismith - Clinical Nurse Manager
Kerry began her nurse training in 1995 in the old Adelaide Hospital in Dublin. In her last year of training three Dublin Hospitals, including The Adelaide hospital, merged together to form the now Tallaght hospital where she completed her training. Kerry worked in a variety of different wards in the hospital before taking time out to travel and work in Sydney Australia. On her return to Dublin, Kerry resumed working in Tallaght Hospital while training as a phlebotomist. Kerry joined our team in The Well two years ago and was appointed Clinical Co-ordinator. Since joining our team, Kerry has completed various training courses including the ACLS (advanced cardiac life support course) and Irish Cervical Screening smear takers course.
Ciarán is a fully qualified counsellor who undertook a three-year Professional Diploma course, which is accredited by The Irish Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists. He also has a foundation certificate in Counselling & Communications as well as a primary degree in Business. Ciarán is particularly interested in the area of personal development and he is currently co- facilitating a personal development course run by the HSE. Ciarán has been working therapeutically with clients in the voluntary sector while also maintaining private practice. His primary therapeutic orientation is person-centred while incorporating a psychodynamic approach to his counselling work.