Dr Andree Rochfort graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 1987 and worked in St James Hospital Dublin where she had also trained. On completion of the Specialist Training Programme for General Practice in Cardiff, South Wales she was offered partnership in her training practice, Woodlands Medical Centre. She was practice partner in a five doctor practice until she returned to Ireland in 1996 and then trained in occupational medicine. She has practiced in Enniscorthy since 1998. Since 2000, she has been the Director of the Health in Practice Programme at the Irish College of General Practitioners (ICGP), and in 2013 was appointed Director of Quality Improvement at ICGP. She has lectured in UCD, DCU, UCC, UCG and Trinity College Medical School, at National and European Conferences on the topics of Quality of Care, Patient Safety, Doctors Healthand Healthcare and Health & Safety for Healthcare workers.
She has a particular interest in patient self management of their chronic conditions.
Degree in Medicine, Surgery & Obstetrics (Trinity College Dublin)
Membership of the Irish College of General Practitioners
Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners
Higher Diploma in Occupational Medicine (UCD)
Licentiate of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine (Royal College of Physicians Ireland)
Masters Degree in Medical Education (Queens University Belfast)
EQuiP, The European Association for Quality and Safety in General Practice (Honorary Secretary since 2010)
EAPH, European Association for Physician Health (Honorary Executive Officer since 2009)
Director, Health in Practice Programme, Irish College of General Practice (since 2000)
National Patient Safety Advisory Group
Health & Safety Authority Healthcare Steering Group
ICGP Membership Services Committee