Student Health Service
The Student Health Service provides on-campus medical and psychiatric care to registered UCD students. The service is provided with an ethos of respect, courtesy and integrity and operates to the highest professional standards.
The service is envisaged as an addition to the student’s own family doctor or specialist medical services. It operates within resource constraints so certain service limitations apply. Students should continue to attend their own General Practitioner, especially if they are Dublin based. The Student Health Service is located in the Student Centre on the Belfield Campus. All consultations are treated in strict confidence.
Doctor & Nurse Appointments
All consultations with the doctor are by appointment only. Please contact us by telephone or call into the Student Health Service to make an appointment. Please book a routine appointment for non-urgent problems or to follow up a pre-existing condition in advance. If you need to see a doctor urgently you should contact us in the morning to avail of our daily clinic for urgent appointments only. These appointments are designed to cater for one urgent condition and will be slightly shorter than a normal consultation.
In addition to normal consultations, certain ancillary services are provided. These include STI screenings, contraception, travel vaccinations and sports injury appointments.
Monday – Friday: 9.00am - 1.00pm / 2.00pm - 4.30pm
Additional Clinics in term time strictly by appointment
Early morning: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 8.30am - 9.30am
Lunchtime Clinic: Tuesday
Evening Clinic: Monday & Thursday 5.00pm - 6.30pm
During the summer months a reduced service is available. Please consult the Student Health Service website: www.ucd.ie/stuhealth
T: (01) 716 3133/3134
Outside these hours (there is a payment for these services)
East Doc: Tel. (01) 221 4021
Doctor on Duty: Tel. (01) 830 0244 for house calls.
Charges for services offered by the UCD Student Health Service can be found on www.ucd.ie/stuhealth
Please note payment for your consultation must be paid at the time of your consultation.
HSE Medical Card
UCD Student Health Service does not have a General Medical Services (GMS) contract and is therefore unable to provide this service. Students who wish to avail of these services should contact their own GP. The Student Health Service will inform students if the GMS status changes.
If you require more information on this or other health-related issues please visit: www.ucd.ie/stuhealth
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