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Brendan Sinnott

Consultant In Emergency Medicine

Royal Victoria Hospital

HQ Phone:  (705) 728-9802

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Royal Victoria Hospital

201 Georgian Drive

Barrie, Ontario,L4M 6M2

Canada

Company Description

RVH is a regional health centre in Barrie, Ontario, located 80 kilometres north of Toronto. As the largest hospital in the region of Simcoe Muskoka, RVH’s team of over 350 physicians, 2,500 employees and 1,000 volunteers provides exceptional care and specialt... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Consultant In Emergency Medicine

Belfast Health and Social Care Trust


Consultant In Emergency Medicine

Belfast Health and Social Care Trust


Affiliations

Royal College of Surgeons

Fellow


Royal College

Fellow


Education

MBA

Queen's University


Web References(6 Total References)


Lismullin Institute - Retreats, Conferences, Seminars, Lectures & Publications - Christian Outlook - So you want to be a good Catholic doctor?

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Mr Brendan Sinnott is a consultant in emergency medicine at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, which is the regional trauma centre.
He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, a Fellow of the College of Emergency Medicine (UK ), and holds a Fellowship in Sports and Exercise Medicine. He has an MBA from Queen's University Belfast.


So you want to be a good Catholic doctor?

www.catholicmedicalassociation.org.uk [cached]

Mr Brendan Sinnott is a consultant in emergency medicine at the Royal Victoria
Hospital, Belfast, which is the regional trauma centre. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, a Fellow of the College of Emergency Medicine (UK ), and holds a Fellowship in Sports and Exercise Medicine. He has an MBA from Queen's University


Lismullin Institute - Retreats, Conferences, Seminars, Lectures & Publications - Christian Outlook - Medical Seminars

www.lismullin.org [cached]

Mr Brendan Sinnott is a consultant in emergency medicine at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, which is the regional trauma centre.
He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, a Fellow of the College of Emergency Medicine (UK ), and holds a Fellowship in Sports and Exercise Medicine. He has an MBA from Queen's University Belfast.


www.mahealthcareevents.co.uk

Mr Brendan Sinnott
Consultant in Emergency Medicine Belfast City Hospital


www.irishnews.com

Cocaine was once seen as the drug of choice of the yuppie but in recent years its use has become much more widespread. According to Dr Brendan Sinnott, an accident and emergency consultant at Belfast City Hospital, an increase in patients being treated for cocaine-related illnesses is eating away at over-stretched resources PICTURE: Cliff Donaldson
According to Dr Brendan Sinnott, an accident and emergency consultant at Belfast City Hospital, an increase in patients being treated for cocaine-related illnesses is eating away at over-stretched resources PICTURE: Cliff Donaldson


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