Dr Rathi, or Sonu as we call him, is a graduate from UCC Cork GP Specialist Training Scheme. He moved to Cork in 2007, from London where he completed his clinical fellowship in Rheumatology and Osteoporosis. He has worked in various medical specialities in Cork, before embarking on his General Practice Career. He has made Cork his home with his wife who is also a GP, and his daughter and son.
He has special interest in musculosketal and sports medicine, mental health, adolescent medicine, cardiovascular, and paediatrics.
He also received his fellowship from the Royal College of Physicans in July 2017.
He is an author of many peer reviewed papers and has interest in teaching and research. He recently authored a patient and GP information booklet on “Living with Gout” for the Arthritis Ireland Association.
Dr Kuhn graduated from University College Cork in 2008. Having gained experience in a number of specialities in Ireland and New Zealand, particularly Geriatric Medicine, she completed the Cork General Practice Training Scheme in August 2018.
She is originally from Waterford, but now lives in Cork with her husband and three daughters. She has a special interest in Women’s Health, Geriatric Medicine and Chronic Disease Management.