Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Coláiste Ríoga na Máinleá in Éirinn

RCSI Honours Invaluable Contribution of its Academic Clinicians

20 June 2006

The CEO of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) Mr. Michael Horgan hosted a dinner this evening to honour the clinicians involved in the College’s many teaching and training programmes. The event included a presentation to Professor James F. Finucane by Mr. Horgan to mark the Professor’s retirement from his role as consultant physician at BeaumontHospital and RCSI intern coordinator and tutor.


Pictured L-R: Mr. Michael Horgan, CEO of RCSI presents Professor James F. Finucane with a portrait of the College to mark the Professor’s retirement from his role as consultant physician at Beaumont Hospital and RCSI intern coordinator and tutor.

Approximately 100 people attended the event, which was held in the College. The College greatly apreciates the invaluable contribution of clinicians throughout the country who play a key role in educating RCSI undergraduates and trainees as well as trainee surgeons in all specialities.


Dr. Stephen Ryan, General Practitioner,Mr. Harold Browne, Surgeon Prosector, Department of Anatomy, RCSI & Professor Louis Collum, Consultant Ophthalmololgist, Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Dublin.


Pictured L-R: Mr. Rory McConn-Walsh, consultant otolaryngologist, Beaumont Hospital; and Dr. Eamonn Leen, consultant pathologist, Connolly Hospital.


Pictured L-R: Dr. Frank Murray, consultant gastroenterologist, Beaumont Hospital; Professor Joseph McMenamin, Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin; Dr. Joseph Treacy, consultant anaesthetist, Beaumont Hospital; Professor Oscar Traynor, Director National Surgical Training Centre, RCSI; and Dr. Brian Lamont, consultant anaesthetist, Beaumont Hospital.