If you’re planning to travel, it’s important to arrange your travel vaccination appointment early. Whether you’re looking for a particular travel vaccine or you would like to consult us about an upcoming trip, our doctors are ready to advise on what’s necessary as well as provide the appropriate vaccination.

  • Our doctors can inform you of any relevant disease outbreaks for whatever country you plan to visit.
  • Common vaccines required for travel throughout Asia, Africa and America include Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Tetanus, Diphtheria and Polio.
  • We are a designated Yellow Fever Certification Centre. If you are planning an extensive trip that requires this certification, make sure to bring your full itinerary to your consultation.


Many vaccines must be given at least two weeks before travel. Some must be given even sooner. As such, if you want to make sure your trip goes as smoothly as possible, you should book your consultation with our travel vaccine staff as soon as possible.

If you’re unsure of what type of vaccinations you might require, we are ready to talk and advise. All you have to do is pick up the phone and book your consultation today.

Nurse Deirdre Flanagan

Deirdre Flanagan joined the Practice as our only nurse at that time in 2003. Deirdre has been a pivotal person in the development of The Cremore Clinic. She is an accredited smear taker on the National Cervical Check Screening Programme. She has an interest in Travel Medicine and works with Dr Dennehy on group vaccine programmes for Secondary Schools travelling to third World Countries. She and nurse Ruth do all our infant immunisation programmes also.

Dr. Fiona Dennehy

Dr. Fiona Dennehy graduated with her medical degree from UCD in 1995. Fiona looks after the Bohemian Football Club when they have any injuries and also has an interest in the Deaf Community. To relax Fiona enjoys running and singing. Tá an-suim aici sa Ghaeilge. Fiona joined The Cremore Clinic in 1999, at a time when the clinic was a much smaller enterprise than it is today. She became a tutor with RCSI, teaching undergraduates in 2001 and became a trainer with the North Dublin GP Scheme training post-graduate Doctors in 2013. Her other medical interests include Travel Medicine and Sports Medicine.

Dr. Caroline Duggan

Dr Caroline Duggan qualified from the UCD School of Medicine in 2005. Following completion of her internship in the Mater Hospital and Limerick she spent some time as a resident in the Royal Perth Hospital, Australia prior to returning to the Mater Hospital in Dublin to commence her Post Graduate training in Medicine where she received her MRCPI (Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland). She has been with us in the Cremore Clinic since July 2013.


Dr Iain, a native of Dublin, qualified from Trinity College in 1998 where he always wanted to follow a career in General Practice and finished his MICGP (General Practice training) in 2002. He was delighted to join The Cremore Clinic in 2004 after working in New Zealand as a GP for a year and other practices in Ireland. He became a partner in 2007. His particular areas of interest are in Men’s Health and Sexual Health screening and as proud member of the LGBTQ community would strive to be inclusive of members of the community for this. He also has worked in and has a diploma in Diabetes Care and has a strong interest in Chronic Disease Management. He has developed an interest in Occupational medicine and has developing interest in Sports and exercise medicine. The latter stems from his keen interest in athletics. He coaches middle and long distance athletes in Trinity College Dublin as well as being very involved with his athletics club Donore Harriers. He enjoys teaching the next generation of doctors and is a G.P. tutor for students in Trinity College Dublin.


Our reception is ready to take your call, answer your questions, and book your appointment today.