Healthcare in Dublin

Vaccines and Medecines in Dublin

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Everyone is entitled to public in-patient and out-patient services but some people may have to pay some hospital charges.

If you go to the out-patients, accident and emergency or casualty department of a public hospital without being referred there by your family doctor (GP), you may be charged 66 euro. There is no charge if you are referred by a GP. The current charge does not apply to the following groups:

  • Medical card holders
  • People who are admitted to hospital as a result of attending the casualty department
  • People receiving treatment for prescribed infectious diseases
  • Children up to six weeks of age, children suffering from prescribed diseases and disabilities and children referred for treatment from child health clinics and school health examinations
  • People who are entitled to hospital services because of EU Regulations
  • Women receiving maternity services.

Beaumont Hospital
Address: Beaumont Road, Dublin 9
Phone No: 01 8093000
Bus Routes: 27B,51A,101,103

Coombe Womens Hospital
Address: Dolphins Barn, Dublin 8
Phone No: 01 4085200
Bus Routes: 19,50,56A,77,77A,122,150,210

Dental Hospital
Address: Lincoln Place,Dublin 2
Phone No: 01 6620766
Bus Routes: 5,7,7A,8,47A,47B

Eye & Ear Royal Victoria
Address: Dublin 2
Phone No: 01 6785500
Bus Routes: 11's,13B,14,14A,15A,15B

James Connolly Memorial Hospital
Address: Blanchardstown, Dublin 15
Phone No: 01 8213844
Bus Routes: 38,39,70,76A,220

Mater Hospital
Address: Eccles St, Dublin 7
Phone No: 01 8032000
Bus Routes: 10,121,122,38,120

Meath Street Hospital
Address: Heytesbury St, Dublin 8

Rotunda Hospital
Address: Parnell St, Dublin 1
Phone No: 01 8730700
Bus Routes: Any bus to city centre

St James Hospital
Address: James St, Dublin 8
Phone No: 01 4103000
Bus Routes: 51B,78A,123,19,17,123

St Vincents Hospital
Address: Elm Pk, Dublin 4
Phone No: 01 2694533
Bus Routes: 5,7A,8,45,52,114

There is also the Temple St Childrens hospital which caters only for children , this is located in the city centre on Temple St.

Update 27/12/2007


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