Meet Our Team
At Kenmount Court Family Dental Clinic, we are a patient-centred dental team, which means we work with our patients to ensure their individual needs and values guide all clinical decisions. We are here to answer all of your questions and respond to any concerns you may have in order to provide you the most appropriate treatment plan that is realistic and achievable. We look forward to meeting you.
Dr. Pat Redmond
Co-Owner/Manager – General Dentist
Dr. Redmond is owner/manager and has practiced as a general dentist in Gander, NL since 1995. Raised in rural Nova Scotia and a graduate of Dalhousie’s Doctor of Dental Surgery program, he practiced in the Canadian Armed Forces for three years before moving to Gander and opening his own practice. He enjoys all aspects of general dentistry and provides services including root canals, orthodontics, wisdom teeth extractions, veneers, dentures, and crown and bridge. Dr. Redmond and his wife Madonna have two daughters, and his hobbies include tennis, squash, skiing, fishing, and volunteering. He is treasurer of the Newfoundland and Labrador Dental Association, President of Gander Community Tennis Association, a Director of Tennis Newfoundland, and has been involved in many local organizations such as the Gander Airport Authority, Gander Trailways Committee, and the Gander and Area Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Alicia Keefe
Dr. Keefe is co-owner/operator of Gander Family Dental Clinic and Parkdale Family Dental Clinic. Upon graduation in 2011, she accepted a position as a general dentist at Gander/Glovertown Family Dental. She was raised in rural Prince Edward Island and completed her BSc (Honours) at UPEI in 2007, followed by her Doctor of Dental Surgery at Dalhousie University in 2011. Her attention to detail, work ethic, and affinity for people contribute to her abilities as a dentist. She enjoys the many aspects of private practice, including restorative, crown and bridge, denture and implant dentistry, as well as the daily interaction with her patients. She is an active member of the Newfoundland and Labrador Dental Association (Oral Health in NL Committee and Hospital Committee). Dr. Keefe and her husband Shaun have two sons. Her interests include dance, hiking, travel, music, and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Matthew Quinlan
Dr. Quinlan is a general dentist practicing in Gander, Twillingate, and Grand Falls-Windsor. He was born and raised in St. John’s Newfoundland and completed his Bachelor of Science degree with honours at Memorial University in 2011. Upon completion of his science degree, Dr. Quinlan worked in the Department of Immunology at Memorial’s Faculty of Medicine and published in a number of peer-reviewed journals. In 2014, Dr. Quinlan started the Doctor of Dental Surgery program at Dalhousie University in Halifax. Throughout dental school, his strong work ethic and attention to detail earned him the Dr. W. H. H. Beckwith Prize for greatest proficiency in Clinical Operative Dentistry in 2017. Upon graduation, he returned home to practice as a general dentist at Gander Family Dental Clinic. While not practicing dentistry, Dr. Quinlan enjoys travelling, cooking, camping, reading, biking and spending quality time with his wife Shauna, twin boys, and friends.
Dr. Linda Goodyear
Dr. Linda Goodyear has owned and operated two dental practices located in both Conception Bay South and Churchill Square for over 20 years. As well, she has offered services to Bell Island, at the Dr. Walter Templeman Hospital for nearly 12 years. After graduating from dental school, she worked in 5 other provinces before settling in St. John’s. A graduate of Dalhousie University, where she first obtained an undergraduate degree in Biology. Only after her initial studies began at St. Francis Xavier University, where she completed a degree in Business Administration. Travel is her passion. She attended the FIFA World Cup of Soccer in Italy, South Africa, and Russia with a few side trips that included a safari trip to the Serengeti and a spice tour to Zanzibar. She is launching a website to feature her travel in the near future. Many of her journeys have been humanitarian in nature. In 2005, she participated in a recovery project in Thailand after the tsunami. In 1999, she volunteered for the American Red Cross following Hurricane Gabriel in Puerto Rico. Lastly, she traveled to Haiti after the earthquake, returning to offer dental services few years later. Presently she is leading the St. John’s east dental teams for emergency services during COVID-19.