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We offer a broad range of women’s health services. For further information on any of the topics below, or if you have a query regarding any other service, please do not hesitate to ask our reception staff.
The Mother and Infant Care Scheme provides an agreed programme of care to all expectant mothers who are ordinarily resident in Ireland. This is a service provided by a family doctor of your choice and a hospital obstetrician. At the clinic, all doctors are pleased to offer this service to our patients. You do not need a medical card.
To avail of this service, the GP will provide you with an application form, which you and your GP should complete together, and which you should then return to your Local Health Office where it will be processed for inclusion in the scheme.
The doctor provides an initial examination, if possible before 12 weeks. A further five ante-natal consultations will be due during the pregnancy (6 if it is your second or subsequent child). These visits are alternated with visits to the maternity unit or hospital. The schedule of visits may be changed by your doctor and/or hospital obstetrician depending on your individual situation.
Where an expectant mother suffers from a significant illness affecting the pregnancy, e.g. diabetes or hypertension, up to five additional visits to the doctor may be provided. Please note that the Mother & Infant Scheme only cover these specific visits about your pregnancy. Visits in respects of other matters (e.g. colds, coughs, illnesses etc.) will be charged as normal.
After the birth, the GP will examine the baby at two weeks, and both mother and baby at 6 week free of charge. All other postnatal visits will be charged as normal. The public health nurse also normally visits the mother and baby at home during the first six weeks. When your baby is two calendar months old, he or she will be due his or her first vaccinations. It is important to bring your baby for vaccination when he or she is due as this offers the best protection against illness.
Children are very special visitors at the clinic, and we have a special set of commitments for children. We always try to make your visit as short and comfortable as possible. We understand that being ill can make you feel tired and upset. If you have a favourite doll or bear, you can bring them along to cheer you up while you are at the clinic.
Please note: Parents must supervise children at all times while at the clinic.
We offer a broad range of men’s health services. For Further information on any of the topics below, or if you have a query regarding any other service, please do not hesitate to ask our reception staff.
Health Screening Packages available, tailored to your needs: Well Man, Men’s Mini-Medical and Health Screening (CRISP)
We are pleased to announce that we are now a Tropical Medicine Bureau Clinic and can offer patients, whether as an individual traveller or business traveller medical services and advise both pre and post travel.
It has never been so easy to travel, and the world offers so much from Safari’s in Africa, Trekking in Nepal, Cruises on the Nile, the list is endless. Many Irish companies and multinational organisations are engaging in business in new and developing regions, and the “ Gap Year “ population, whether as a student or later in life is rising year on year. As a Tropical Medicine Clinic our aim is to ensure that all you come back with is some great memories and nice photographs. This is why we offer the “International Traveller “ a range of important healthcare services and advise.
1. VACCINATIONS - we give you the correct advice for your destination and design an appropriate vaccination schedule.
2. MALARIA - we can provide required medication and advise, pre, during and post travel.
3. POST-EXPOSURE SCREENING - many tropical diseases only present themselves after the person has returned home. The post-screening service is designed to detect the presence of such diseases.
4. TRAVEL ACCESSORY REQUIREMENTS & ADVICE - insect repellents, mosquito nets and other items form an important part of your travel healthcare regime.
5. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES - information, advice and treatment.
To book an appointment or for further information on these or any other topic relating to travel and tropical medicine, please contact our clinic - 042 9321424
N.B For most people an appointment should be made about 4 to 5 weeks prior to departure. If however you are planning something a little more adventurous then 6 to 8 weeks may be more appropriate.
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below
To help us offer the appropriate advice, please fill out the online form before coming to see the nurse.
If you are travelling to Europe you will need to apply for a European Health Insurance Card. You can do this below
European Health Insurance card- E111/EHIC
Apply for your Medical Card Online
Download Medical Card Application Form
Medical Card Change Of Doctor Form
Results of investigations, e.g. blood tests, are available from our practice nurses between 12:00 and 13:00 Monday - Friday. You may also ring between 17:00 and 18:00 to get your Test Results. Test results may be given to you by the receptionist but only when a doctor has given permission to do so.
Test result information will not be given to another person unless we have your prior permission.