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` Ralph Keane

Mr. Ralph Keane

Hospital

Limerick

Department

Endoscopy,General Surgery

Specialties

Endoscopy, General Surgery

Biography

Educational Details

Mr Keane graduated in 1971 with a B.A. in Applied Psychology from UCC. He graduated in 1977 M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. from UCG. In 1982 he received his fellowship F.R.C.S.I from the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland. In 1984 he received his Masters of Surgery M.Ch., from UCG. In1989 he received a specialist accreditation from the Specialist Advisory Committee in General Surgery, Joint Committee on Higher Surgical Training.

Fellowship Details

His post fellowship training began from Jul to Dec 1982 as Senior House Officer in General Colo-rectal Surgery at St Laurence’s Hospital Dublin. Next from Jan – June 1983 he was Senior House Officer, Urology at The Charitable Infirmary, Dublin. From Jul 83 to Jun 1984 he was Registrar inGeneral Surgery at The Memorial Hospital, Darlington, Co Durham, England. From Jul 1984 to Jan 85 he was Registrar in General Surgery at The Royal United Hospital, Bath, England. From Feb to Jun 85 he was Registrar in Vascular Surgery at The Royal United Hospital, Bath, England.

Surgical Training Details

He gained his Higher Surgical Training from Jul 85 to Jun 86 as Senior Registrar in General & Colo-rectal Surgery at St Laurence’s Hospital, Dublin. Then from Jul 86 to Jun 87 as Senior Registrar and Surgical Tutor, General & Vascular Surgery at The Adelaide Hospital, Dublin, Ireland. And lastly from Jul 88 to Jun 89 as Senior Registrar and Surgical Tutor, Vascular and General Surgery at Beaumont Hospital, Dublin.

Lectureship Role

Mr Keane began his career in Lectureship in Surgery in Jul 89 as Lecturer in Surgery at The Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin. This fulltime academic post involved significant clinical teaching, research and administrative responsibilities in the Surgical Professorial Unit at Beaumont; St James Hospital Dublin, with the undertaking of difficult elective and emergency vascular surgical procedures including aortic aneurysm surgery and the reconstruction of arterial injuries.

Work History

Mr Keane is a Consultant Surgeon since 1991 at St John’s Hospital, Limerick and at the Mid-Western Regional Hospital, Limerick. He began working in Bon Secours Hospital Limerick at Barringtons in 2009.

His current Professional Memberships include The Surgical Research Society, The John Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association, The Senior Registrar Group in Surgery, Ireland and The Vascular Surgery Society, Ireland.

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