Consultant Anaesthetist (Inc. Paediatrics) & Intensive Care Medicine.
Dr Frohlich was educated at Trinity College Dublin and following qualification completed specialist training in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine. He then worked at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford and as a senior lecturer at Oxford University. He has completed a PhD in translational medicine, received over €700,000 in research grant funding funding and published in excess of 30 peer reviewed clinical papers. Dr Frohlich was selected to partake in the inaugural leadership in healthcare diploma course pioneered by the quality department of the HSE and holds specialist higher level qualifications in Intensive Care Medicine, statistical analysis and palliative care medicine. Dr Frohlich returned to Ireland in 2014 and together with Dr Noelle Murphy established a comprehensive Intensive Care service within the private sector.
Dr Murphy was one of the founders of the medical ICU service at Blackrock Clinic. Educated at University College Cork in the south of Ireland she pursued her anaesthesia and intensive care training in Ireland and completed specialist fellowships at Kings University Hospital, London. Noelle completed a research doctorate, and specialised in leadership skills within healthcare, completing an executive leadership programme at the Royal College of Physicians, Dublin. She has published extensively, received significant research grant funding and been the recipient of numerous clinical and academic awards.
MB, MRCPI, FCAI, FJIFICANZCA, FANZCA, FJFICMI, FFCICMANZ, Dip. Healthcare Mgt.
Dr. Collins is a 1992 Graduate of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He trained in General Internal and Respiratory Medicine in Ireland, becoming a Member of The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland in 1996. He then completed the Irish Anaesthesia Training Scheme, becoming a Fellow of the College of Anaesthetist’s of Ireland in 2000, achieving his CCST in Anaesthesia, in 2006. In the midst of his Anaesthesia training he completed a three year Clinical and Research Intensive Care Medicine Fellowship in Adelaide, Australia, passing the Fellowship exams of both the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care in 2001 and Fellowship of Anaesthesia, Australia and New Zealand College of Anaesthetist’s in 2003. He also was also a Fellow in Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia in Papworth Hospital, Cambridge in 2006. His current public appointment is as a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care in Saint James’s Hospital, Dublin since 2006 and he was Director of Intensive Care there from 2008 to 2014.