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Dr. Kate Marie Healy

Wrong Dr. Kate Marie Healy?

Member

Irish College of General Practitioners
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    Madeleine's Fund

Education

  • medicine
    University of Dundee
68 Total References
Web References
Slievemore Clinic
www.slievemore-clinic.com, 18 Dec 2014 [cached]
Dr. Kate Healy Slievemore Clinic
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Dr. Kate Healy
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Dr Kate Healy graduated from University College Dublin in 2000 with a large number of awards and 1st class honours in many areas including medicine, general practice, paediatrics and public health. She went on to train in her chosen speciality, general practice and sucessfully completed the TCD/HSE Specialist Training Programme in General Practice in 2004.
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Dr Healy has extended her training with postgraduate qualifications in family planning, child health, advanced paediatric life support, immediate cardiac and trauma care and university teaching and learning. She is a member of the Irish College of General Practitioners and is on the Specialist Register of General Practitioners with the Irish Medical Council.
Dr Healy offers the full range of general practice services including care of acute, chronic and preventive health issues for children, women and men.
Dr Healy's areas of special interest include;
Slievemore Clinic
www.slievemoreclinic.com, 16 Mar 2009 [cached]
Dr. Kate Healy Slievemore Clinic
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Dr. Kate Healy
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Dr. Kate Healy Dr Kate Healy graduated from University College Dublin in 2000 with a large number of awards and 1st class honours in many areas including medicine, general practice, paediatrics and public health. She went on to train in her chosen speciality, general practice and sucessfully completed the TCD/HSE Specialist Training Programme in General Practice in 2004.
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Dr Healy has extended her training with postgraduate qualifications in family planning, child health, advanced paediatric life support, immediate cardiac and trauma care and university teaching and learning. She is a member of the Irish College of General Practitioners and is on the Specialist Register of General Practitioners with the Irish Medical Council.
Dr Healy offers the full range of general practice services including care of acute, chronic and preventive health issues for children, women and men.
Dr Healy's areas of special interest include;
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Kate Healy
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Dr. Kate Healy
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For Ground Floor Slievemore General Practice: Dr. Conor O'Toole, Dr. Thomas Grimm, Dr. Kate Healy, Dr. Jane MacDonagh, Nurse Carmelita Griffin and Physiotherapists Kiera Brown, Clare Farrell and Hilary Wheeler.
The Eddie and Keela Searches/Videos
www.mccannfiles.com [cached]
* in two pieces of clothing belonging to KATE HEALY
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Kate did manage to put up some of the new Madeleine posters in shops around Praia da Luz..
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Kate and I had an early start as we drove to
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* on two pieces of clothing belonging to KATE HEALY
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Kate and I did a short interview for BBC East Midlands to thank everyone for their support and it is likely that this will be shown around most of the regions, certainly Northwest and BBC Scotland. Kate and most of the family headed down to the church for the regular Friday night vigil but I was just too shattered.
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The dogs also sniffed items of clothing - and the film shows Eddie again picking up a scent on some of Kate's.
The family GP has insisted she came into contact with at least SIX dead bodies before going on holiday with her husband and three children.
Vanity Fair Interview
www.mccannfiles.com [cached]
Kate Healy, a deeply religious only child from Liverpool, once confided to her sister-in-law, "There were too many times when I've been alone," and that solitude evidently left its mark. On meeting her in 1992 the boisterous McCanns found her, John recalls, "reserved. (Although this reserve was apparently not impenetrable. At the University of Dundee, as the Mail on Sunday recently discovered, Kate's nickname was "Hot Lips Healy," and she was renowned, according to her yearbook, for leading friends astray during "alcoholic binges. When asked about this recently by a friend, Kate groaned and said, "My God!
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There Kate shifted career course, abandoning anesthesiology for the regular hours and relatively modest pay of a general practitioner. "To be honest, I don't think Kate is ambitious," Philomena says.
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Less than two years later another round resulted in the twins-born after a very difficult pregnancy, during which, Philomena says, Kate was confined to her bed for months and almost lost them.
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"To be perfectly honest, Kate continued to work as a doctor simply for the economics of it," says Philomena.
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"We had been trying to persuade Kate to come home," recalls Gerry's sister Trish.
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The animals seemed to have picked up the scent of a corpse on Kate's trousers and on the key fob of the couple's rental car. (The McCann camp claimed that as a doctor Kate had been near corpses, but since she is a general practitioner the press scoffed at the explanation.)
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"Kate was furious at that as well," Trish recalls.
Over and over again, I am told by a McCann family member, Kate was shown footage of the dogs. It was the animals' reaction to the scent inside the McCanns' rental car that particularly interested the authorities.
But the police had more on their minds, as they informed Kate. From what they'd read of her diary, she was clearly a stressed-out mother. Her children were difficult to put to sleep, weren't they?
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Kate barked.
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"But it is true that we have requested a meeting with the prime minister to show him the strength of our case, to explain Kate and Gerry's innocence-and yet all we've been offered is a medium-level-consular meeting, which we rejected."
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For Kate, this is all too much. At nights, as her mother recently informed one newspaper, she awakes and thinks Madeleine has come home. While her husband and I talk, she ducks into the local Catholic church, unable, despite her earlier resolve, to face a single question.
Kate is fragile, I say to Gerry.
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"Kate was furious at that as well," Trish recalls (that interpeters were 200 miles away) "I'm not going to f*cking lie! barked Kate. - In the space of one article, Kate is described as 'incandescent with rage', 'screaming', 'furious' and barking abuse at a police officer. Not quite the picture we've been presented of Kate as a slightly shy, quiet and reserved person.
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- At this point, Kate had not been interviewed and had therefore not been presented with any evidence that the Policia Judiciaria may have had. So why did she immediately think that the PJ wanted to make her an arguido for murdering her daughter? Why did this make her scream with rage? Up to that point there had been no official declaration, or implication, that the PJ believed Kate or Gerry were in any way involved in Madeleine's disappearance.
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And, even if it had been presented as a purely "technical" move to the McCanns previously, giving them 'greater rights in interviews', then why would Kate become 'incandescent with rage', screaming "Do you honestly think I would murder my own child?"
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"In August, I was with Kate in Portugal.
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It also needs to be asked why Jon Corner is repeating a private conversation with Kate, with such relish, to an American journalist.
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Those accounts, arising from individual phone calls from either Kate or Gerry, all stated that the apartment was securely locked and that the abductor gained entry through the bedroom window.
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'It wasn't until Kate walked in the villa at 10 and felt a sickening breeze - the front window had been jimmied open - that she realised something terrible had happened'
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Remember, Tanner's abductor is timed at 9:15pm and the window and shutter would, by this time, have been wide open - the same as when Kate checked 30 minutes later.
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18) Cuddle Cat
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'New evidence emerged yesterday to support Kate and Gerry McCanns' theory that Madeleine was abducted and not killed in her room, as suggested by Portuguese police.
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"So Kate was terrified when she spotted it had been left in a place too high for her to reach."' It would appear widely accepted now that Cuddle Cat was left on the bed, so why, assuming this police source is reliable, would Kate have said the toy was on a high shelf?
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- This is not borne out by Gerry's blogs which become increasingly jovial and light hearted during the period up to the time he and Kate were declared arguidos.
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Carlos Anjos, president of the Association of Criminal Investigation Staff, said that detectives had advised Kate and Gerry McCann against their media campaign.
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At one point there were six people in front of Kate - cops and a lawyer - and they were all just speaking Portuguese!"
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"Kate was furious at that as well," Trish recalls.'
The 2007 was a cover with ...
truthformadeleine.com [cached]
The 2007 was a cover with a fake MMC so to not risk the twins going not Maddie a second room was booked, yes the club said 5a on the booking in sheet, but they are covering up a mess up with a child minder, remember Kate would not trust them at night time despite them being with them all day every day and Dr Payne brought along a high tec baby listening device why because something happened in 2006.
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You say that Kate says she was a Healy until May 4th in her latest book. Sure she says that. I agree. But I think you are missing the point. Kate Healy is called "Kate Marie Healy" to quote her full name. She is not a McCann because she retained her maiden name. What she means in the book is that after the world knew about Madeleine's disappearance, the press started to call her "Kate McCann". Even today, virtually everybody (I don't!) calls her Kate McCann. The reason is simple: they do not know that she isn't Kate Healy and they are simply assuming that she is a McCann because most married wives do take their husband's name. Her description in the book is nothing other than an expression of how she was once anonymous and then once the public "knew" her, her name became "McCann".
Do not confuse this as a legal change of name!
The 3 things you have brought up - 1) no Madeleine in Portugal, 2) Kate Healy changing her name to McCann, 3) the McCanns being related to Ruth McCann, are, in my opinion, all erroneous and you have made the wrong conclusions.
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The reason 1 creche record is signed as "K M Healy" and the others are "McCann" is probably because Kate only signed the records one time.
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The reason 1 creche record is signed as "K M Healy" and the others are "McCann" is probably because Kate only signed the records one time.
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However, and this is important: Kate Healy became a director of Madeleine's Fund: Leaving No Stone Unturned Limited. In doing so, she had to fill out an official form relating to that limited company.
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