Meet The Team

Mary Doran / Managing Director

Since qualifying as a Registered Nurse in 1982, Mary has gained extensive experience both at home and abroad working as a Midwife, Community Nurse, Cancer Nurse Specialist, Health & Safety Lecturer / Trainer and in more recent times a specialist Occupational Health Nurse Advisor. In 1997, Mary founded Health Matters (Health & Safety) Ltd and since then has overseen and guided her loyal team of staff with great leadership and professionalism. She has assisted the company to develop and grow by consistently innovating and developing new and improved services and products. This has resulted in Health Matters now being regarded as one of the premier providers of Health and Safety, Training and Consultancy within the UK and Ireland.

Shaun Doran / Director

Shaun as Director is responsible for the overseeing and management of the various work departments within the organisation. He is heavily involved in the procurement of new business which has attributed to the companies significant growth. He is committed to ensuring process improvement, identifying and resolving any issues with operational or contractual delivery, as well as developing contract offerings to best suit customers changing requirements. A qualified Health and Safety professional, Shaun is also responsible for assisting organisations undertake occupational health needs analysis.



Bill Jenkinson / Lead Occupational Health Physician

Health Matters Lead Occupational Health Physician Dr William Jenkinson has over 20 years’ experience of working in occupational medicine. His primary role within the company is the undertaking Case Management, Ill Health Retirement and acting as a source of advice for the nursing team.


He has general interests in all areas of occupational health including assessment of vibration exposed workers, employees exposed to lead and ionising radiation. He has many years’ experience in manufacturing, engineering and working with emergency service personnel.

Carr Barnes / Lead Occupational Health Advisor / Clinical Nurse Manager

Bio coming soon.

Janet Taylor / Quality & Improvement Coordinator

Janet’s primary role within Health Matters involves the management of the company’s internal quality management system. Janet plays a key role in ensuring that the services provided meet the required service level standards.


Janet has been a member of the Institute of Occupational Safety & Health for 25 years. Her experience and qualifications in the field of health and safety field serve to compliment her work and assist Janet to give advice and support to our clients at a high level. Her qualifications also include the Level 5 Diploma in Occupational Safety & Health.

Emmett Fearon / Occupational Health Coordinator

Emmett’s primary role within Health Matters involves the coordination of pre service delivery. This involves the management of clinical schedules, staffing and equipment resources.


Emmett is a key point of contact for the company’s clients wishing to obtain cost proposals, book services and obtain competent advice and guidance in relation to employee health & wellbeing.

Jenny Goodwin / Occupational Health Administrator

Jenny is primarily responsible for post service administration within the company. This involves ensuing clients receive reports within pre-agreed service level timescales. Jenny is also responsible to collecting and collating service statistics for further analysis.

Michelle McKevitt / Occupational Health Nurse

Michelle has been a Registered Nurse since 1995 and has substantial occupational health experience.


Michelle is involved in the delivery of a wide range of Absence Management and Health Surveillance programmes to a diverse range of sectors including construction, manufacturing and local authority.


As well as her qualifications in nursing Michelle also hold a diploma in counselling and is involved in the provision of counselling services for the organisation.

Claire McGuirk / Occupational Health Nurse

Claire has been a Registered General Nurse since 1995. Claire has been with the Company since 2004. She has extensive experience at a senior level.


Her role within Health Matters involves the delivery of health surveillance and health promotion programmes within various sectors of industry.


Her post graduate qualifications include a Certificate in Education and a NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety.


Additional specialist Occupational Health related training she has acquired include Audiometry, Spirometry and Case Management

Christine Connor / Occupational Health Nurse

Christine has been a registered general nurse since 2005 and since 2014 has been working in the field of Occupational Health.


Christine’s role within Health Matters involves the delivery of case management, health surveillance and health promotion programmes within various sectors of industry.