Medical Staff

General Practitioners

Dr. Fiona Grant

Dr. Fiona Grant graduated from University College Dublin in 1994. She completed her medical training in various hospitals in Leinster, and then went to London in 2000 to finish GP Vocational Training and to gain membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners. She returned to Dublin in 2001 and went into practice in Sandyford Village. she left Sandyford in 2009 to set up Stepaside Medical.

Her special interests include Women's Health, Paediatrics and Asthma. 




Dr. Patrick Felle

Dr. Patrick Felle is commencing practice at the Stepaside Medical Medical Practice. Dr. Felle is a graduate of University College Dublin, who has worked in Family Practice and in Emergency Medicine in Ireland and Canada. Dr. Felle has an academic appointment in UCD, and will hold clinic on Thursdays in Stepaside Medical.

Dr. Felle has a has a Graduate Diploma in Dermatology and has a special interest in eczema and other skin diseases in family practice and also in male health issues.




Dr Clare McManus

Graduated from University College Dublin 1996 MBBChBAO
Diploma in Medicine for the Elderly 1998
Diploma in Child Health 1999
Diploma in Obstetrics and Women’s Health 1999
Member of the Irish College of General Practitioners 2000
Diploma in Diabetes in Primary Care 2015
Clare went to School in Muckross Park College, Dublin and went on to University College Dublin, graduating in 1996. She completed her intern year in St Vincents Hospital and joined the Dublin GP training scheme. She completed rotations in Medicine for the elderly, Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Paediatrics and then joined Dr Edel McGinnity in Mulhuddart for her GP trainee year. She became a member of the Irish College of General Practitioners in 2000.
Following this she worked partime in Dublin and then moved to Bristol in 2001 where she was a partner in a large practice. After 6 years, she decided to move back to Ireland to be closer to family and spent 7 years in Cork before landing back home in Dublin.
She is married with four children and enjoys swimming, walking and playing cards.


Dr Elaine Foley MB. Bch. BAO.

  • Graduate of Trinity College Dublin.
  • Diploma in Child Health 1998
  • Diploma in Obs & Womens Health 1998.
  • Member of Irish College of General Practitioners 1999.

Dr Foley has been working in General Practice since. She has a special interest in back pain & has spent 5 years studying Amatsu in the U.K. She has started a pain clinic in Stepaside Medical.

Pain Clinic
Amatsu is a gentle spinal realignment of the body to treat many conditions. Amatsu comes from Japan & induces a whole body correction. Dr Foley has formed this clinic to combine a Medical assessment as well as performing this less invasive treatment for pain. Trained in Taijutsu body movements she uses a range of techniques including soft tissue work, structural adjustment, balance to the organ system & cranial work. 


Practice Nurse

Patricia Hannan

Patricia trained as a general nurse in St Vincent's University Hospital,graduating in 1987.She subsequently studied Midwifery in the Coombe Women's Hospital,and later Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing during 10 years experience gained at the National Maternity Hospital,Holles Street.As well as practice nursing,Patricia works in the Out of Hours GP Service, East Doc.She loves the variety that practice nursing provides,meeting people at all stages of life.Special interests include midwifery and women's health. 






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