My approach is to make the unique experience of pregnancy and childbirth as enjoyable and relaxing as possible.
I aim to put expectant parents at their ease and to explain each symptom and each step of the pregnancy clearly and simply. We organise frequent antenatal visits with the majority of care provided in rooms. In a typical pregnancy there will be around 14 visits with a scan at each visit, providing reassurance and confidence in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
My vast experience in delivering babies safely for over 27 years has contributed to my expertise on the labour ward and to optimising the journey of labour and birth for my patients.
Dr O’Sullivan’s secretaries Jody and Rose can be contacted on
Tel 021 434 8931 / 021 434 8932
Suzanne came highly recommended by other friends who had problem pregnancies. After a previous very traumatic birth I was really anxious and afraid. She put me and my husband at ease immediately. She explained everything along the way and gave me choices all the time. I had a lovely calm and safe birth and could not be happier. Thanks Suzanne! May 2019
I had an extremely difficult pregnancy and Suzanne was outstanding. I feel she went above and beyond to get me and my baby through the pregnancy safely, would highly recommend her May 2019
I have attended Suzanne for my 3 pregnancies, all of which were complicated. She was calm and reassuring at all times and explained everything to me in detail so I fully understood the plan of action. I was able to attend the clinic whenever I was worried and her team were friendly and helpful at all times. I really cannot recommend her highly enough after my pregnancies October 2018
Excellent doctor. She delivered both my girls and I couldn’t speak highly enough of her both times. Excellent bedside manner, competent and informative. Very reassuring throughout both pregnancies. I Would have no hesitation in recommending to family or friends April 2018
About Dr Suzanne O’Sullivan
Suzanne graduated from UCD Medical School in 1992 and trained in the Mater Hospital and the National Maternity Hospital, Holles St. In 1996 she moved to Addenbrooke’s hospital in Cambridge and commenced Higher Specialty Training. After developing an interest in pelvic floor problems she undertook a 2 year clinical research post at the National Maternity Hospital, looking at connective tissue in the pelvic floor of women with incontinence. She then completed her training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Urogynaecology in Southampton before starting her first consultant post at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital in 2002. She ran the high risk antenatal clinic and developed a dedicated specialist multidisciplinary pelvic floor service including conservative and surgical treatments for women with incontinence and prolapse. In 2006 she moved to Cork as consultant working at the Bons, Erinville and St Finbarrs prior to the opening of Cork University Maternity Hospital.
She has vast experience in labour ward obstetrics, complicated deliveries and gynaecological surgery. She has specific expertise in the prevention and management of pelvic floor injury during childbirth. She developed the Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury clinic at CUMH where all women are seen and scanned after third degree tears. Her research interests include specialist therapy for pelvic pain, incontinence, prolapse and sexual dysfunction. She is certified in robotic surgery and was President of the Continence Foundation of Ireland from 2014 to 2018.
She is National Specialty Director for Postgraduate training with the RCPI and is on several advisory committees working towards shaping the future for trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Ireland. She is also co-director of the EUGA accredited subspecialty training programme in CUMH; the first in Ireland, and one of only seven accredited programmes in Europe.
As a highly trained specialist with extensive experience in the field of antenatal and intrapartum care, Suzanne is committed to delivering the highest standard of friendly, sensitive and competent care during pregnancy and delivery.
With her Urogynaecology subspecialty expertise, she can treat all aspects of female pelvic floor dysfunction, including the provision of Fotona laser treatment for incontinence, prolapse and vaginal atrophy.