Dr Finola Minihan completed her medical degree in Trinity College in 1997. In her final year she received the professors prize in psychiatry and the Samuel Becket prize. In 1999 she completed her medical membership with the Irish College of Physicians. She went on to complete her GP training in Surrey, England in 2002. She also completed her membership with the Royal College of General Practitioners in London in that same year. She was one of the top 15 graduates.
She is actively involved with the Irish College of General Practitioners (ICGP). She organizes educational meetings for GPs in North County Dublin for the Corrigan Faculty of the ICGP. She is a trainer on the North Dublin City GP Training Scheme. In March 2019, she was appointed National Director of Continuous Medical Education by the Irish College of General Practitioners.
She is delighted to have created a relaxed and caring atmosphere with her team in Yew Medical. She believes that knowing what ideas and concerns people have about their complaints is key to ensuring good patient outcomes.