Retirement of Dr Lynch

IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE! Pictured along with Dr Brian Lynch at the Tartine Restaurant Distillers Arms on Saturday night to mark his retirement, are family, colleagues, (past and present) Centre staff and friends, who made it an occasion to remember.INBM42-14 049SC.
IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE! Pictured along with Dr Brian Lynch at the Tartine Restaurant Distillers Arms on Saturday night to mark his retirement, are family, colleagues, (past and present) Centre staff and friends, who made it an occasion to remember.INBM42-14 049SC.

Family, friends and work colleagues gathered recently to mark the retirement of well-known GP Dr Brian Lynch.

Qualifying from Queen’s University Belfast 1978, Dr Lynch worked in Ballymena, Coleraine and Broughshane before moving to Canada, working in Manitoba for five years.

FAMILY MAN. Dr Brian Lynch, pictured on Saturday night along with his wife, Noreen, daughters Emma and Jessica, son Matthew and son-in-law John Legge.INBM42-14 048SC.

FAMILY MAN. Dr Brian Lynch, pictured on Saturday night along with his wife, Noreen, daughters Emma and Jessica, son Matthew and son-in-law John Legge.INBM42-14 048SC.

On his return,he joined Dr P Virapen (Dervock) and Dr J Gaston (Armoy)at the Country Medical Centre, where he has worked for the last 26 years.

He also looked after patients in both Dalriada and Robinson Hospitals.

Married to Noreen and has 5 children. (Matthew, James, Jessica, Sarah, Emma) and one grandchild.

YOU'LL BE MISSED. Dr Brian Lynch (3rd right), pictured at a function to mark his retirement on Saturday night along with colleagues Dr Sterne, Dr Hadden, Dr McDonnell and Business Manager Iris Miskelly. Also included is Doctor Gaston.INBM42-14 047SC

YOU'LL BE MISSED. Dr Brian Lynch (3rd right), pictured at a function to mark his retirement on Saturday night along with colleagues Dr Sterne, Dr Hadden, Dr McDonnell and Business Manager Iris Miskelly. Also included is Doctor Gaston.INBM42-14 047SC