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ABOUT US

History

Safetynet Primary Care

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Nicola Perry

CEO

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Laura Prodan

Interpreter

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Alanna Lawlor

GP - Mobile Health Unit 

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Muyomba Samuel

Healthcare Assistant

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Angela Skuce

GP - Medical Director

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Sean Fitzgerald

Fleet Manager

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Julie Park

Medical Administrator

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Sinead Grogan

CNM2 Sinead Grogan Homeless Primary Care Team

Safetynet Board of directors

  • Tony O'Brien - Chartered Director, Strategic Counsel, Business Post Columnist, Former HSE Director General.

  • Professor Cliona Ní Cheallaigh - Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine physician in St James’s Hospital, Dublin, and Senior Lecturer in Medical Gerontology in Trinity College Dublin. https://tilda.tcd.ie/people/profile/cnicheallaigh/

  • Professor Claire Collins - Director of Research & Innovation, Research Centre, ICGP, Director of People & Culture, ICGP,  Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, Dept. of Public Health and Primary Care, Ghent University

  • Síle Kelly, Accountant & Supply Finance Transformation Manager, Diageo

  • Kevin Kenny - Data Analyst - Quest Computing

  • Frank Mills - Former HSE General Manager (*Retired)

  • Dr. Philip Wiehe MRCGP, Director for GP Training (*Retired)

  • Frances O’Keefe - Public Health Nurse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubxICISB5Ug

  • David Cagney - Former Chief Human Resources Officer in the Dept of Public Expenditure and Reform (*Retired)

HISTORY

Safetynet began as ‘Safetynet Ireland’, a network for health professionals and organisations working to improve health care access for homeless people. The organisation was incorporated in 2009 and later received charity status. In 2015 Safetynet changed its mandate and name to become Safetynet Primary Care and include health care service provision among its core activities. In 2017 Safetynet continues its networking remit, facilitating coordinated health care through a shared electronic patient record system. Safetynet now employs GPs, nurses and support workers to provide services to homeless people and vulnerable groups. Safetynet Primary Care continues to identify gaps in health services and facilitate the development of new services with the aim of ensuring equitable health care for all. Safetynet is part funded by the HSE and receives voluntary donations.
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