Dr Kevin Tempany MB.,Msc.,D.Ophth.,FRCSI (Ophth)
Consultant Ophthalmologist, a graduate of The Royal College of Surgeons 1990. Dr Tempany trained in the Royal Victoria Eye & Ear hospital (Dublin) before becoming the founder & Medical Director of the Vista Eye Clinic, Naas and the Ranelagh Eye Clinic. He also sees patients in Beacon Consultants Clinic.
Dr Magdy Nasralla Abdall FRCS (Edin)
Consultant Ophthalmologist, graduate of Cairo University, Egypt 1988. Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 2002.
Dr. Karen Fennessy FRCSI (Ophth)
Dr. Karen Fennessy completed her undergraduate training in Medicine in NUI Galway
and graduated in 1997. Following a two year medical rotation in Limerick Regional
Hospital and six months as Senior House Officer in the Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital
Cork University Hospital. Karen has been in
Ophthalmologist since 2005. Karen particularly has a special interest in
Dr. Mohammad Al Hammoud, MD (OPHTH)
Dr Al Hammoud works in community based practices since 2018, Currently working in Vista Eye Clinic Naas, Vista Eye Clinic Ranelagh, Medical Optics Fairview & Medical Optics Bray. His special interests include Primary/Casualty Eye care as well as Chronic eye conditions such as Dry eye disease, Blepharitis, Glaucoma and Medical Retina like Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) and Diabetic Retinopathy.
Dr Desislava Andreeva, MD (OPHTH)
She has practiced in the NSH in England.
Some of her interests include Emergency Ophthalmology, Glaucoma and Macular degeneration.
Louise Bland Optometrist
An Optometrist specialising in medical retina and paediatrics, Louise has over 12 years of practical experience. Having previously acted as clinic manager of a prestigious Eye Clinic, Louise successfully opened and ran their eye casualty department. Louise values the importance of continuous education and has a BS in Optometry as well as two Post Grads in medical retina and paediatric optometry. She is passionate about client care and exceptional service delivery.
Olwyn Sheehan Optometrist
Olwyn Sheehan is an optometrist who graduated in 2006 with a 2:1 honours degree Bsc Optometry from Dublin Institute of Technology (now TU Dublin). Olwyn then moved to Australia and completed the Optometry Council of Australia and New Zealand registration examinations in 2007. Olwyn completed a Graduate Certificate in Ocular Therapeutics in 2009 through Queensland University of Technology. This allows her to independently prescribe ophthalmic medicines. Olwyn has worked in hospital settings in Brisbane Australia, Bath in the UK and in Ireland in Blackrock clinic and now the Vista Eye Clinic in Naas and Ranelagh. Olwyn also has worked in both multiple and independent retail optometric settings and currently works part time in Specsavers in Naas. Olwyn enjoys the mix of working between primary and secondary care settings and feels the experience in working in both settings can benefit her patients with enhanced knowledge and experience.
Una Byrnes Administrator Naas.
Una has been with the Naas Practice for eighteen years and is responsible for the overall managerial and administrative aspects of the clinic. Her management skills have been invaluable in the formation of the administrative support and framework for our practice.
Any comments about any aspect of our service can be communicated through her.
My role as an Ophthalmic Nurse is to assess, educate and advise on a variety of eye
disease. I work with the Ophthalmologists in treating medical conditions and review
patients both pre and post op cataract surgery.
Olive has recently commenced a dry eye clinic in both practices which
Natalia Cojocari Office Administration.
Trish Harrington (Office Administrator)
Vikki Cummins Clinical Assistant.
Kay Dunne Office Administration.
Anya Edmonds Clinical Assistant
Lynn Malone (Office Administrator)
Matthew Costell PGDip BSc(Hons)
Matthew graduated with a degree in Orthoptics from the University of Liverpool in 2013. He worked in hospitals across the East Midlands in the UK before completing his postgraduate diploma in Vision and Strabismus at the University of Sheffield in 2017. Following this he took up a post specialising in post stroke visual rehabilitation in Manchester before moving to Ireland in 2018. He currently works in the HSE in County Kilkenny and County Carlow.
As an Orthoptist Matthew specialises in eye movement and visual development disorders in children and adults including amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (squints) and diplopia (double vision).
He also carries postgraduate master’s level qualifications in Low Vision from the University of Sheffield and Glaucoma advanced practice from Aston University.
Vista Eye Clinic,
Ranelagh Medical Centre,
22-26 Sandford Road,
Naas, Co. Kildare
Vista Eye Clinic
Vista Primary Care Centre,
Ballymore Eustace Road,