The Doctors Meet Santa


Santa arrived here in the Foyer of the Waterford Health Park on Friday 21st December. Dr. Creavin & Dr. Rowe were so happy to meet the big man himself as were the large number of children who visited on the day. Thanks to everyone who helped Santa make the visit possible.

Chronic Disease Management

The Rowe Creavin Medical Practice & all their doctors provide ongoing extensive chronic disease management programs for their patients. These programs are in areas including diabetes management, Asthma Care, Heart Disease, Lifestyle & Wellness & Osteoporosis screening. These programs are open to all practice patients and the practice encourages those who would benefit and are not currently utilising the services to enquire about them with their GP on their next visit.

Welcome New Doctors to the team

Please join us & Welcome new doctors who have joined the team of GP’s here at Waterford Health Park, Dr. Ciaran Foley , Dr. Leanne McMenamin &  Dr Dolores Liddy.

Dr Ciaran Foley
Originally from Dungarvan Dr. Ciaran Foley graduated from UCD in 2013 and completed his general practice training on the Southeast GP Scheme.
His special interests include sports medicine, pre hospital emergency care, and medicine in the developing world. He works as a team doctor with the Waterford Senior Hurling team and is also a team doctor with the South Eastern Mountain Rescue.

Dr. Leanne McMenamin
Dr McMenamin ‘s Special interests are in Women`s Health, Contraception, Mirena insertions and counselling, Antenatal Care, Paediatrics.

Dr. Dolores Liddy graduated in Medicine from Trinity College Dublin in 2001. She has specialist training in General Practice. She has special interests in Womens Health and Dermatology. She also has a special interest in Occupational Medicine and is a qualified Licentiate of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine.

Green Ribbon for Mental Health

IMG_7710We were delighted to welcome Marguerite Keane to Waterford Health Park  with the giant green ribbon for mental health awareness. Pictured are Jess, Dr. Miriam Nugent, Marguerite & Suzanne.

Congratulations to Marguerite for her mental health advocacy and securing the Green Ribbon for her work promoting positive mental health.

Marguerite who is a Green Ribbon Ambassador shared her story with us on Facebook.

“11 years ago, I joined Waterford Health Park and I was put under the care of this lady Dr. Miriam Nugent. She has seen me through the bad times and the good. We had some very good laughs. My mental health has had its moments and she is one of the main reason I’m still here and she keeps me fighting. I will never be able to repay the kindness she has shown me and she has always treated me with respect and even the moments where I felt like giving up she was the motivation in keeping me going. She is a remarkable lady and her continuous support is very important to me. When I thought that I was not capable of having a normal life, she says otherwise and has given me hope in achieving the goals i wish to accomplish! Miriam your an amazing person and I’m extremely grateful your in my life xx #greenribbonirl #seechange #timetotalk #imfabulous #waterfordhealthpark “ – Marguerite Keane




Due to the adverse weather conditions , The Rowe Creavin Medical Practice is cancelling all routine appointments for the rest of the week. We will be closed today 28/2/2018 from 3pm , we will endeavour to offer emergency services from 11am to 3pm for the rest of the week as long as it is safe to do so for staff and patients. Please telephone the surgery 051-370057 prior to attending the practice.

Flu Vaccine 2017

Calling all patients of the Rowe Creavin Practice to book in for your Flu Vaccine now. Call in to the practice reception or phone us on 051370057 to make an appointment with our practice nurse. If you are in an at risk group call us on 051370057 so we can look after you. Get your vaccine at your GP clinic to ensure continuity of care.

Please share with family or friends who may be in the at risk group.…/Immunisat…/pubinfo/fluvaccine/flupublic/

THRIVE 22nd April

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We are delighted to be running a one day ‘Thrive’ Event on Saturday April 22nd at the Waterford Health Park presented by Dr. Mark Rowe.

This will provide a tremendous opportunity to explore some game changing ideas about your wellbeing with like minded people in a fun filled environment. 
The Facts
Modern life is full of distraction in this era of obsessive hyper connectivity.
Negative stress and needless negativity abound. In fact we are hardwired for it.

Only one in five people is thriving and living life fully at their best.

More people than ever are searching for a sense of real purpose and meaning.
‘Thrive’ gives you the chance to slow down, press the pause button and be more present, with a heightened sense of awareness and clarity. 

During the day you will learn valuable insights from leading-edge science about :

– Psychological Fitness: How you can develop and strengthen your mindset and sense of mindfulness.

– The Power of Habits and Willpower and How to Harness their Potential.

– Emotional Vitality: How you can develop and enhance your inner happiness and sense of fulfilment.

– Purpose and Meaning: How to create more of a sense of fulfilment and connect to your purpose in life.

– Relationships : How they impact on your wellbeing.

Joining me on the day will be Clinical Nutritionist Jemma Kehoe who will talk about The Power of Great Nutrition
There will be optional chair yoga, provided by Enda Tweedy;
Meditation And surprises! 

‘Thrives’ goal : to energise and empower you to take the next steps forward on your wellbeing journey.

Lunch,course materials and the workshop itself are all included for the price of just €95. The workshop will run from 10am-4.30pm at the Waterford Health Park. Free Parking on site. 

Any questions please drop an e-mail at or call 051 370057 and ask for Erica.

This event will sell out fast. We’re only releasing a limited number of tickets so please book early to avoid disappointment!

Our Move Smart Challenge


Pictured are staff from Waterford Health Park, the award-winning primary healthcare campus on Slievekeale Road in Waterford, who have just started a ‘Move Smart’ challenge that will run for eight weeks during which they hope to walk a combined 12m steps and get more active every day. As part of the challenge, the team are using a pedometer app on their smartphones to measure their step count each day. Patients and members of the public are invited to join the 10,000 steps-a-day challenge and should visit Waterford Health Park if they’d like to get involved. Countless studies have shown the proven link between a more active lifestyle and better health. The impact of the ‘Move Smart’ challenge on participants will also be measured as part of a scientific study to demonstrate the positive benefits of exercise.