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  • Dr Stan Natin qualified from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 1992
  • He undertook 2 years training in surgical skills and trauma before undergoing Postgraduate Vocational Training in General Practice at RCSI in 1998
  • Stan then obtained his Membership of the Irish College of General Practitioners and is on the Irish Medical Council Specialist Register - division of General Practice
  • He holds a Diploma in Child Health from National University of Ireland (NUI)
  • In addition he has a Diploma in Clinical Psychiatry from The Royal College of Physicians in Ireland, and a Diploma in Occupational Medicine from the University of London
  • He holds a Higher Diploma in Medicine (Dermatology) from UCD
  • Stan obtained a Diploma in Healthcare Management from the Institute of Public Administration and Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (IPA/RCSI)
  • He is Adjunct Senior Lecturer in Medicine at the University of Limerick , and remains heavily involved in training both students and young doctors
  • Stan has been a medical officer for the Dublin Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes for over 20 years
  • Stan is passionate about equitable quality healthcare for all in the community
  • Stan is from Malahide and is married with 3 children