The Health Centre is OPEN. However, please phone us first on 01-2394760. We will help you with any queries that you may have. We want to see you but, unfortunately, we are unable to allow walk-ins at the moment due to COVID-19.
***IMPORTANT***: If you wish to arrange an appointment with the Health Centre and are not already registered with us please fill in the registration form here
We will return your call, email or voicemail as soon as possible or the next working day. For COVID-19 and any General Medical issues if you are living at home, please contact your own GP in the first instance. For all other students please contact us and we will endeavour to support you.
What we do
We provide a comprehensive medical and nursing service which is open to all full-time registered students. A Doctor is available on a part-time basis and a Nurse is available 5 days per week during the academic year. The service is envisaged as an addition to the student’s own family doctor or specialist medical service.
As part of the registration process at IADT, it is recommended that students advise their Head of Department, the Student Health Centre and the Disability Support Service of any medical condition that may affect attendance or academic performance.
Where is the Health Centre located?
The Health Centre is on the ground floor of the Atrium Building, opposite the student canteen.
How do I contact the Health Centre?
Please phone to make an appointment. You can call us on 01-2394760.
Other queries can also be handled by e-mailing our Student Health Administrator on email@example.com. Email is not a suitable form of communication for clinical matters.
How can I make an appointment?
To avail of a Nurse or Doctor’s appointment, students must register online before their first appointment using the registration form available here. If there is an emergency you will be seen immediately..
At peak times in the Health Centre some non-urgent appointments may have a 1 week wait time.
If you think you are ill enough to require to be seen on the same day – please phone the Health Centre as early as you can on the day.
Opening Hours for IADT Student Health Centre
|Nurse Appointments (All appointments must be made in advance]||Monday to Thursday||9.30am -12.30pm
|Nurse Appointments [All appointments must be made in advance]||Friday||9.30am – 2pm|
|Doctor on campus (All appointments must be made in advance]||Tuesdays and Thursdays||9.30am – 12.30pm|
How much does it cost?
The is no charge to see the Nurse. A charge of €10 is applicable to see a Doctor, depending on the service provided. If you have a medical card from outside the greater Dublin area you can be seen using your card. Please note if you have a medical card from within the greater Dublin area you should attend the GP named on the medical card. IADT GP Services does not replace your own GP. Any student with ongoing long-term illness must remain with their own GP.
STI Screening in IADT
If you have any symptoms, (lumps, bumps, or discharge etc.) you will need to see a Doctor so please book a Doctor’s appointment when you call us.
If you have NO symptoms you can make an appointment with a Nurse to be screened.
First STI screens are free, thereafter a charge of €10 applies.
*Please allow 30 minutes for STI screen appointments*
Medical Certification can only be issued by the Doctor. Retrospective certification is not issued so you should attend Student Health, at the time of illness or event.
How to contact GP Urgent Out of Hours Service?
EDoc is an out of hours GP Service, for urgent GP care– running from 6pm to 8am Monday to Friday
24 Hours Saturday, Sunday and all bank and public holidays.
Call the below number, speak to a nurse and you will be given a time based on the urgency of your call – at nearest hospital to you.
The Edoc service is based in 3 hospitals in the Southside area:
- St Michaels Hospital, Dun Laoghaire
- St Vincent’s Hospital, Elm Park
- St Columcille’s Hospital, Loughlinstown
EDOC TELEPHONE: +353 1 2234500
You may also call 01-2394999 for First Aid Support from IADT Caretakers while on-campus.
The national emergency number is 999 or 112 from anywhere in Ireland. Remember to stay calm, stay focused and stay on the line.
Student Health Matters APP
The ‘Student Health Matters’ App enables Irish students to access safe, evidence- based and reliable Health information instantly at the touch of a button. We urge IADT students to download this app.
The Student Health Matters is available on iOS and Android and can be downloaded by searching “Student Health Matters” in the app store.
|Joan Broderick /
|01 239 4760||01 239 4760|