Dr. Fergus Mason

Dr. Fergus MasonGraduated from Trinity College, Dublin, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.,1985
Diploma in Child Health, 1988
Diploma in Obstetrics, 1988
Membership of Irish College of General Practice, 1989
Membership of The Royal College of General Practice, 1989
Licentiate of The Medical Council of Canada, 1990
Membership of The College of Family Physicians of Canada, 1992

Fergus was educated in Castleknock College and Trinity College Dublin and qualified in Medicine in 1985. He completed his medical and surgical Internship in The Meath Hospital. His speciality GP residency was with the Dublin GP Training Scheme. He completed rotations in Emergency Medicine and General Internal Medicine at St. Vincent’s University Hospital; Paediatrics at Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin and Obstetrics & Gynecology at The Coombe Women’s Hospital.

He completed his GP Registrar / Trainee year with The Sheehan Practice in Glasthule.

He departed for Vancouver Island, British Columbia, in 1989. He was a GP partner in a family practice in Port McNeill and Clinical Tutor with the Department of Family Practice at University of British Columbia, Vancouver. This post included much Emergency Medicine and Obstetrics. He was also chairman of the local district hospital.

He returned temporarily to Dublin, in mid 1992, as a locum GP, whilst his father Dr. John Mason was unwell. He then returned again to Dublin, in 1993, to become a GP Partner after the death of Dermot O’Brien.

Fergus has had extra interests in – Sports Medicine, Women’s Health, Psychological Medicine, Paediatrics, Men’s Health, GP Cancer Care, Chronic Pain and Elder Care.

He is actively involved in GP Medical Training and is a Postgraduate GP Trainer with the Trinity College/ HSE GP Training scheme. He also has been a Medical School Undergraduate GP Tutor with the Trinity College.

He was involved as a National ICGP Computer / IT Tutor to help other GP practices efficiently use Electronic Health Records and the Internet.

He is an active member of the local medical CME (Continuing Medical Education) network in Dun Laoghaire, with the Irish College of General Practitioners.

Fergus is married with 3 children. He is interested in sports and sail racing in Dublin Bay.