Dr Tony Lee

Dr Tony Lee Jnr (University College Galway) 
M.Sc., M.R.C.G.P., M.I.C.G.P., D.C.H., D.Obs.,Dip. H.S.W.W.


Dr. Tony Lee, who grew up in Waterford city, joined his father in the family practice in 1984. 

Tony  is a University College Galway graduate who trained in general medicine, child health, women’s health and psychiatry. He has a Masters Degree in Medical Education.

He holds membership of both the Irish and English Colleges of General Practice. Tony has been a GP trainer  with the South East GP Training Scheme since 2006 and was appointed a trainer co-ordinator in 2008. The scheme is now comprised if 40 GP trainees and 24 GP trainers. Tony also acts as a GP tutor of medical students from the University of Limerick.

Tony also has a special interest in a number of areas including Care of the Elderly, in which he acted as a national GP lead for the past three years. He also has a special interest in the prevention of heart disease, stroke and cancers.

His personal interests include the Deise Hurlers, the Munster Rugby team and enjoys a friendly game of golf!