Appointments 09.15 12.30 and 14.00 to 16.15 ( door to the centre may be closed outwith these times, Please call or knock on the door)
With in these opening hours, nursing services and doctor appointments are available.
The Mental Health nurse is available on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays.
Important Notice: Students who are unwell and need to be seen on the same day should call 01- 7083878 for an appointment or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If the demand is heavy, lists may be closed early.
We are closed from 13.00-14.00 Monday-Friday.
If you need medical assistance outside of these hours please contact KDoc at 045 848 701 (please note this service is external to MU and fees apply)
You can make an appointment by phone at 01 7083878
You can also email email@example.com, please ensure you mail using your MUmail and include your date of birth and phone number in the email message.
Please do not arrive any sooner than five minutes before your allocated time.
If you are late for your appointment it may need to be rescheduled.
The staff of the Student Health Centre provides a service within an ethos of respect, courtesy and confidentiality. Our aim is to operate to the highest professional standards. All consultations are treated in strict confidence. No information is disclosed without permission of the student.
However, please note that in certain limited circumstances as per the Irish Medical Council’s Guide to Professional Conduct and Ethics in Medical Practice, patient information may be disclosed.
Please refer to Section C, Medical Records and Confidentiality, of the Guide to ..https://issuu.com/mcirl/docs/guide_to_professional_conduct_and_e?e=12642421/35694606 for further information.
Out of Hours Service is KDoc 045 848 701
Available on weekdays and includes 24 hour cover at weekends and bank holidays.
Please note that there is a charge for this out of hours service.
In Case of Emergency
Call an Ambulance: 999 or 112
The Accident and Emergency Department for the Maynooth catchment area is Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown, Dublin. It can be used to access emergency medical treatment 24 hours a day.
The Mental Health Advisor, Sandra Fox is a Mental Health Clinician with over 20yrs experience in both community and hospital settings.
She is available to all students who in confidence wish to speak about their mental health & wellbeing.
Sandra is based in the student health centre with her GP and nursing colleagues, she can offer face to face or virtual appointments .
For an appointment with Sandra please contact the student health centre on 01- 7083878.
Sandra can take appointments on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays.
The Student Health Centre is not a licenced Medical Card Practice. We only issue private prescriptions. If you require a medical card prescription, you will need to see your own GP.
Travel Vaccinations are not available at the Student Health Centre. Students are asked to to attend their own GP.
If you are travelling as part of a degree programme, please contact the health centre for further information.
We are asking students to follow these steps when attending the Student Health Centre for an appointment:
Please book an appointment in advance by phone.
Arrive at your appointment time and check in using the self-service check in kiosk
Please do not bring friends into the Student Health Centre waiting room as we have limited capacity.
Please do not attend the Student Health Centre if you have any symptoms of Covid-19.
All patients with any cold symptoms will be triaged by phone prior to an appointment..
Please see attached link for HSC Covid advise- https://www2.hse.ie/conditions/covid19/
If you are unsure of what to do or have any questons please call us on 01 708 3878.
University guidance for staff and students can be found https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/coronavirus
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