The Student Health Centre is located in the Atrium Building, opposite the Student Canteen. The Health Centre is open between 9 am and 4.00 pm Mon – Thurs. Friday 9 am to 2 pm
A Nurse is available during opening hours throughout the academic year. A Doctor service is also available on onsite Tuesday and Thursday mornings. The Doctor’s service is not available during the Summer months.
Please be assured that absolute confidentiality is maintained. All records are stored in the Health Centre and do not form part of students’ college records. Consent must be obtained from the student prior to disclosing records to any third party.
We operate on an appointment-only system.
To arrange an appointment call us on 01-2394760 or email us at Studenthealth@iadt.ie
*This email account is only monitored during rostered office hours. (Email is not a suitable form of communication for clinical matters. If you have a clinical query please call the Student Health Centre 01 2394760)*.
If this is your first-ever appointment with the Health Centre please fill in the registration form here and we will be in touch once registered.
Returning Students do not need to re-register with us.
We will return your call, email or voicemail as soon as possible or the next working day.
Our Nurse Suzanne Keily always has an open door so please come in to discuss any issues you may have and you will be greeted with a warm welcome. Please pop in any time for a chat.
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. Don’t forget we are here to help!
The service is envisaged as an addition to the student’s own family Doctor.
- CRISIS TEXT LINE New free 24/7 anonymous text support in a crisis. Text IADT to 50808 to chat with a trained volunteer at any time. If your life is in imminent danger, please call 999.
- SAMARITANS are available 24/7 for free support by phone 116 123 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- AWARE are operating their free-phone support line, email email@example.com
1800 804 848 (7 days a week from 10 AM – 10 PM)
- PIETA have 24/7 free-phone supports and text support services
1800 247 247 Text HELP to 51444
- turn2me.ie offer peer support, online support groups and professional support
- SPUNOUT.IE provides information and practical advice created by young people, for young people
- JIGSAW have online services available such as “Ask Jigsaw” and “Jigsaw Online Group Chats”
- BODYWHYS (eating disorders)offer email and online support groups
- GROW is providing support groups online, where face-to-face groups are not available
- BeLonG LGBTQTo will continue their Crisis Counselling Services and provide them digitally.
How to contact GP Urgent Out-of-Hours Service?
East-Doc is an out of hours GP Service, for urgent GP care– running from 6pm to 8am Monday to Friday and 24 Hours Saturday, Sunday and all 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.