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. Davis graduated from University College Dublin in 2008. She then worked in various medical specialities in Dublin and Cork. She completed the Cork General Practice training scheme in 2016.
She has a number of post graduate studies, including a Diploma in Women’s Health, a certificate in contraception, a certificate in Diabetes, and is a registered LARC (long acting contraceptions) fitter.
She has an interest in internal medicine, women’s health, menopause management, adolescent and adult mental health.
Originally from Dublin, she now lives in Cork. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her young family.
Roisin is a registered general nurse who trained at Leeds Metropolitan University and worked at Leeds teaching hospital for 9 years predominantly in acute haematology (Bone marrow transplant) and oncology. She relocated back home to Cork in 2019 and spent two years at the Bons Secours in Cork in oncology as a Clinical Nurse Manager. She has experience in phlebotomy, chronic disease management and childhood vaccinations. Her other interests include yoga and spending time with her family and two young children .