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Medical PicFrom time to time (but hopefully never!), you may require medical attention while abroad in Dublin. Minor ailments can generally be treated with over-the-counter medication after consulting with a pharmacist at a local pharmacy. Accidents and emergencies require more immediate attention at a facility. Always know your insurance information and the costs involved in seeking medical treatment abroad. 

You can locate all the local hospitals, clinics, and other services listed below on the FIE local area map

For all COVID-19 related information, please visit our dedicated COVID-19 Info webpage (including how to get tested and what to do if you have symptoms).

 

 

DOCTORS & TESTING SERVICES

Dame Street Medical - By Appointment

  • 16 Dame Street, Dublin 2

Thomas Street Medical Centre - By appointment

  • 1 St. Catherine's Lane West, Dublin 8

Aungier Street Clinic - By appointment 

  • 16 Redmond Hill At the junction of Aungier St & Wexford St above O'Hara's Pharmacy Aungier St 
    Dublin 2 

STI & HIV Testing 

  • Various locations for gay, straight, bisexual, and transgender people 

TCD Student Clinic – By appointment

  • Free of charge for Trinity College students

UCD Student Clinic – By appointment

  • €25 doctor's consultation

DENTISTS

Smiles Dental (Multiple Locations)

Portobello Dental Clinic

  • 34 South Circular Road, Portobello, Dublin 8

PHARMACIES 

Thomas St Pharmacy

  • 55 Thomas St., Dublin 8

Hickeys Pharmacy

  • 18 Meath St., Dublin 8
  • 55 Lower O'Connell St., Dublin 1 – Open till 10pm
  • Hickey’s offer late-night pharmacy options in a number of locations

Boots Pharmacies

  • Various locations in the city

ACCIDENT & EMERGENCY

A&E Hospital charges for Non-EEA students on study programs less than 1 year in duration. Hospitals listed in order of proximity to The Binary Hub

If you are hospitalized, please notify FIE as soon as possible 

  • FIE Dublin office – +353 1 679 8171

Due to the high cost of attending the Accident & Emergency department, it is recommended that a student only visits A&E in the case of a genuine emergency. In all other cases, the student should first refer to a GP. A student referred to the A&E department by a GP will not incur any charge.

 

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