Ann O’Connor BSc (Eng), MA, MB Bch BAO, DOHNS, MD, FRCSI (ORL-HNS) is a Consultant Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) Surgeon. She graduated with an honours degree from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) in 2006. After completing her Basic Surgical Training, she was appointed to the Higher Surgical Training Scheme in Otolaryngology in 2010 and was awarded her Fellowship in Otolaryngology from RCSI in 2015. She completed her Doctorate of Medicine (MD) thesis on ‘The implementation of newborn hearing screening programme in Ireland’ through the University College Cork in 2016. Ann is both a national and international invited speaker in this area.
Ann completed a prestigious Skull Base and Otology fellowship working between Guys hospital, Kings College hospital and the National Neurology and Neurosurgical hospital in London, UK. Ann has a strong clinical and research training in all aspects of otology and has a number of academic awards, distinctions and peer reviewed publications.
Ann offers a professional service that comprehensively covers all areas of general ENT (adult and paediatric) with a specialist interest in otology.
- Hearing Disorders
- Middle Ear Disease
- Paediatric Otology
Ms O’Connor can see patients referred to her clinic within 1 – 2 weeks of referral.
Ms O’Connor holds clinics in Beacon Hospital’s Satellite Clinic in Drogheda on alternate Mondays seeing both adult and paediatric patients. For Drogheda Clinic contact details CLICK HERE