Always call 999 first in the case of an accident or medical emergency when a person is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk. In a situation where you think someone may be having a heart attack or stroke, call 999 immediately.
If you feel that a GP is required for emergency care please call the surgery on +353 21 4772717 or outside surgery hours contact the SouthDoc out-of-hours GP service on 1850 335 999
Dr Hynes is a graduate of University College Cork and a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners. He joined Dr Nagle in Market Place Surgery in 1998.
Dr Hynes has a particular interest in community healthcare issues, palliative and end-of-life care and mental health issues. He has wide experience in all areas of general practice, including paediatrics, men’s health and chronic disease management. He is a director of KYSS - Kinsale Youth Support Services and K-CoRD - Kinsale Community Response to Dementia. As a member of Kinsale Lions Club, he was on the project team which provided six public access defibrillators for the town.
Outside of medicine, Dr Hynes‘ interests include travel, photography and current affairs. He has three children, who attend Summercove National School and Kinsale Community School.
Dr O’Connell graduated from UCD in 1997 and then completed the GP vocational training scheme in Royal College of Surgeons Ireland. She returned to Cork in 2001 when she joined Market Place Surgery. Her areas of special interest include obstetrics and gynaecology and paediatrics. She is a medical officer for the RNLI and Kinsale Equestrian Centre. Her interests outside work include horse riding and cycling. She lives in Kinsale and has three children.
Dr O’Dowd graduated from NUI, Galway and then completed the Cork GP Vocational Training Scheme in 1999. After qualifying she worked in the UK, USA and returned to Ireland to work in Dublin in 2000. Dr O’Dowd joined Market Place Surgery in October 2016.
Dr O’Dowds’ areas of special interest are obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, preventative medicine and dermatology.
Her non-medical interests include running and cycling; she is a member of the local tri club.
Dr David Kelly graduated Medicine from UCD in 2009. Prior to that, he graduated from Biomedical Engineering NUIG. He has experience in many sub-specialities such as General Medicine, Paediatrics, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, ENT and Psychiatry. He completed the Galway ICGP Vocational GP Training Programme.
Dr Kelly’s areas of special interest include preventive lifestyle medicine, paediatrics, dermatology, minor surgery in the community, musculoskeletal conditions and joint injections.
He lives with his family in Kinsale. His non-medical interests include organic horticulture, surfing, cycling, hiking, outdoor pursuits in general and innovation.