Sheena Mitchell

Sheena Mitchell

Sheena Mitchell is a third generation pharmacist from Castlerea in Co.Roscommon. She graduated from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen in 2005 and has enjoyed working as a community pharmacist ever since.
Sheena worked with Lloydspharmacy in Scotland (where she met her pharmacist husband Alan!) and then they moved to Dublin together in 2007. Sheena worked in a couple of different Dublin pharmacies until 2008 when she became the owner manager of Milltown totalhealth Pharmacy; an independent community pharmacy which has been serving the Dublin 6 community since 1994.
She loves advising patients on a one-to-one basis in the pharmacy and following the birth of her two daughers, Aila and Sophie, Sheena took a special interest in the healthcare needs of new mums and their children.
Healthcare and children are the two main focuses of Sheena’s life and so she created WonderBaba to allow her to bring her two worlds together. Sheena offers a pharmacist mother’s perspective in her healthcare blogs on all topics mother and baby at In addition to that, she offers a one to one private message advice service on the WonderBaba facebook page.
This means that professional help is always available and breaks the barriers of having to attend a pharmacy or doctor's clinic for basic healthcare advice for yourself or your baby. It can be very hard to get out when you have young children and this way the advice and reassurance can come to you at home.
In addition to her work at WonderBaba, Sheena still works fulltime at Milltown totalhealth Pharmacy and loves the daily interactions with her patients and customers of all ages. Milltown totalhealth Pharmacy also offers an online shop facility where all of Sheena’s WonderBaba recommendations can be seen, purchased and delivered to your door.
Sheena is happy to answer questions or queries on the WonderBaba facebook page or you can email her at Alternatively drop into Milltown totalhealth Pharmacy in Dublin 6 for some personal healthcare advice! 

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