Dr Nick Flynn is a graduate of the Medical School at University College Cork. Thereafter he spent two years working in general medicine in specialties such as paediatrics, obstetrics, medicine for the elderly, neurology, rheumatology and emergency medicine before training as a GP in Cork with the Cork Vocational GP Training programme. Dr Flynn has worked in Cork Prison, Tabor Lodge drug treatment clinic, South Doc and has been practicing as a General Practitioner in Cork for over 15 years gaining a wealth of experience and skills through management of his clinics and hands-on involvement with patient care.
Dr Flynn is a trainer with the Cork Post Graduate Training Scheme where his role involves education and supervision of doctors training to be GPs. He lectures and runs workshops for trainee General Practitioners on issues such as travel medicine and health. Dr Flynn is also a tutor for undergraduate medical students with the Medical School in University College Cork. Dr Flynn is actively involved with the Irish College of General Practitioners and has a role in post graduate examinations with the college.
Dr Flynn remains committed to continued professional development in Family Medicine, through clinical audit, further studies and regular seminars. His areas of clinical interest are preventative medicine, office based surgery, travel medicine/vaccinations and substance abuse. He is a GP partner in Hollyhill Medical Centre and is Medical Director of Union Quay Medical Centre (www.uqmc.ie) and Global Travel Vaccinations (www.gtv.ie) where he is available for consultations by appointment.