Diarmuid Quinlan qualified as a GP from the University College Cork (UCC) in 1991, having taken a year out to complete an honours Physiology degree. Diarmuid moved to Kent, England to do a three year GP training scheme, before working in Australia for one year.Diarmuid has worked in Glanmire since 1999.
He practices at Woodview Family Doctors.
Diarmuid is a risk assessor in primary care with MPS Educational Services.Diarmuid is a board member of the Health Products regulatory Authority. Diarmuid is a member of the Cork City Committee of Southdoc Out of Hours. He was appointed Chair of HSE South Diabetes Service Implementation group in September 2009, and in 2010 he was appointed Clinical Lead for diabetes in HSE South. He is also a board member of Diabetes in GP, where he was appointed Chairman in May 2012.In June 2011, Diarmuid completed a Diploma in Dermatology at Cardiff University, where he was awarded a distinction and is currently an online tutor for that course. He has co-authored a chaper "challenges for primary care on the road to integrated care" in the textbook "Integrated care for Ireland, in an international context" published in July 2013. He has published in BJGP. In his spare time, Diarmuid is a medical columnist for Glanmire Area News!
More info on the National Intern Conference Committee here;
We are on several social networks where you can receive updates leading up to, throughout and after the event.