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Hospital appointment updates

Last updated: 22 June at 12.05pm

There has been a cyber attack on our IT systems. This has caused some disruption to our services.

Some appointments will go ahead as planned but many appointments are cancelled.

Staff do not have access to email at this time. If you need to contact a hospital, please phone instead.

See updates from each hospital by county

We'll keep this page updated to let you know about any changes to HSE services:

Read information about the cyber attack, what you need to be aware of and what is being done to protect you

Emergencies

Emergency departments (EDs) are still open for all medical emergencies.

If you or someone else is showing signs of a stroke or heart attack, call 112 or 999 immediately for emergency help.

Many of our emergency departments are very busy because of the IT outage. Patients needing urgent care will be prioritised. Expect significant delays.

If it is not an emergency, please consider your other care options instead.

This might be your local:

If you're attending an emergency department, please bring any information with you than can help us as we're not able to access your patient information.

This could be any document or record which includes:

  • Medical Record Number (MRN) / Patient Chart Number (PCN) - this information is usually on a sticker on hospital documentation
  • your current list of medications or prescriptions
  • any discharge summaries from any time you spent in a hospital

Ambulance services

Ambulance services continue to take calls and operate as normal.

Radiation therapy

The cyber attack has caused a major disruption to our radiotherapy services. For non-emergency radiation treatments, this delay should not have a negative impact on your treatment.

We are treating all urgent radiation patients using private hospitals.

Restarted

Radiotherapy treatments have restarted in:

  • University Hospital Galway
  • St. Luke's Centre at Beaumont Hospital
  • St Luke's Centre at St. James's Hospital
  • St. Luke's Hospital Rathgar
  • Cork University Hospital

Patients are being treated based on their clinical priority. We will be contacting patients directly about their appointments.

If you feel unwell or have concerns about your treatment, you can contact your radiotherapy service by phone:

Hospital appointments

There are cancellations across all outpatient services. See updates below for the latest information.

Most radiology services are cancelled. Hospitals are working to contact their patients.

Chemotherapy and dialysis services are continuing as normal.

All emergency departments are open.

Hospital disruptions by county

We will update this page with information about disruptions to specific hospitals.

Cancelled appointments will be rescheduled as soon as possible.

Carlow

St Luke’s General Hospital Carlow/Kilkenny

Cancelled

The following services have been cancelled:

  • Some specialist diagnostic services.

Cardiac diagnostic services are disrupted.

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead:

  • Emergency Department - expect delays.
  • Urgent day case procedures are taking place but emergency cases are being prioritised.
  • Day case oncology treatment in UPMC Aut Even. If you have a query about your appointment, contact the clinic secretary with the details on your appointment letter.
  • Routine outpatient appointments. Expect delays.
  • Outreach x-ray services
  • Routine physiotherapy appointments.
  • Antenatal clinics and classes.
  • Inpatient services are mostly unaffected. There are delays to blood test and x-ray results while manual systems are in place.
  • Routine laboratory services for GPs are delayed. Urgent GP tests will be prioritised. GPs are advised to send all routine lab tests to UHW.

Routine radiology appointments are delayed.

Healthlink is operational but limited at St. Luke’s General Hospital.

What to bring to your appointment

Bring your most recent appointment letter or any previous documentation received from the hospital, including your hospital identification number (L number).

If you have any issue with your appointment time, etc, please notify the clinic secretary contact details on your appointment letter.

Cavan

Cavan General Hospital

Cancelled

The following services are cancelled:

  • Outpatient appointments in diagnostic imaging and x-rays.

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead as planned:

  • Emergency services.
  • Essential inpatient
  • Day care
  • Most outpatient services

Contact the hospital

If you have an appointment and it needs to be rescheduled, we will contact you.

You do not need to contact the hospital directly.

Clare

Ennis Hospital

Cancelled

The following are cancelled:

  • All diagnostics, including radiology.

Going ahead

The following are going ahead:

  • The Injury Unit is open 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week.
  • Medical Assessment Unit is open Monday to Friday for GP referrals.
  • Vaccination centres at Limerick Racecourse, the West County Hotel (Ennis) and Abbey Court Hotel (Nenagh).
  • Outpatient appointments.
  • Day case and inpatient procedures.
  • Endoscopy services.

Patients whose appointments or procedures are going ahead will be contacted by the hospital in advance.

Cork

Bantry General Hospital

Cancelled

We are unable to facilitate x-ray referrals from GPs.

Going ahead

The Injury Unit and Medical Assessment Unit is open. But please phone 027 53427 before attending.

Contact

Call our patient helpline with any questions about appointments this week.

Phone: 086 7871766.

The helpline is open from 9am to 6pm daily.

Healthlink

Healthlink is not operational

Cork University Hospital

Cancelled

Most x-ray appointments - do not attend unless we contact you to say it's going ahead.

Going ahead

Unless you are told your appointment is cancelled, the following are going ahead as normal:

  • Surgery appointments.
  • Outpatient appointments.
  • Warfarin clinic.
  • Radiotherapy - on a limited basis. See contact details below for queries.

There are delays accessing GP referrals for cancer services.

Healthlink

GPs can send referrals through Healthlink for the following outpatient clinics:

  • central appointments.
  • Orchid Centre
  • Emergency department

Central appointments

GPs can send referrals for the following specialties:

  • Cardiology.
  • Cardio thoracic surgery.
  • Diabetes mellitus.
  • Endocrinology.
  • Gastro-Enterology/Hepatology.
  • General surgery.
  • Geriatric medicine.
  • Maxillo facial.
  • Nephrology.
  • Neurology.
  • Neurosurgery.
  • Ophthalmology.
  • Paediatric endocrinology.
  • Paediatric medicine.
  • Paediatric neurology.
  • Paediatric respiratory.
  • Plastic surgery.
  • Renal.
  • Respiratory.
  • Rheumatology.
  • Urology.
  • Vascular surgery.

The Orchid Centre

GPs can send referrals for the following Rapid Access Clinics:

  • Symptomatic Breast.
  • Colorectal.
  • Prostate.
  • Lung.

Contact

Radiotherapy queries only, phone:

Dunmanway Day Unit or the Haematology Unit for chemotherapy or other treatments in the next 7 days, confirm your appointment by calling 021 4922324.

Cork University Maternity Hospital

Cancelled

The following are cancelled:

  • some gynaecology elective surgeries – we will phone you to confirm.
  • live online Parentcraft education classes

Going ahead

The following appointments are going ahead:

  • Gynaecology routine clinics.
  • Inductions of labour.
  • C-sections.
  • Antenatal outpatients.
  • Physiotherapy outpatient.
  • Neonatology outpatient.
  • Phone call booking.
  • Glucose tolerance testing

The Emergency Department is open. But delays are likely as a result of the current IT situation.

Please go to the temperature check. Do not wait for a telephone call to enter the hospital.

Phone call booking appointments are going ahead.

Mallow General Hospital

Cancelled

Outpatient radiology appointments (x-Ray, CT and ultrasound) have been cancelled.

Going ahead

All other services are operating as normal, including the Injury Unit and Medical Assessment Unit.

Healthlink

Healthlink is operational. Referrals are are being accepted from GPs.

Mercy University Hospital

Going ahead

The following are going ahead as normal:

  • Day case chemotherapy services in the Lee Clinic.
  • Outpatient clinics.
  • Inpatient or day case procedures.
  • Radiology appointments - phone 021 493 5275 or 021 493 5277 to confirm your appointment.
  • emergency department (ED) - expect long delays. Urgent cases only.
  • Mercy Urgent Care Centre.

For updates, visit muh.ie.

South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital

For updates, visit sivuh.ie

Donegal

Letterkenny University Hospital

Going ahead

The following are going ahead:

  • Dialysis treatment.
  • Chemotherapy appointments - unless you are contacted and told otherwise.
  • Elective inpatient and day case procedures, including endoscopy.
  • Emergency department - expect delays.
  • Colposcopy appointments.
  • Physiotherapy appointments.
  • Maternity services including antenatal scanning.

The following are resuming on a phased basis:

  • Outpatient clinics.
  • X-ray, CT scans, MRI appointments.

Patients are being contacted directly if their appointment is going ahead.

INR clinic

If you are taking warfarin and have concerns about your INR, phone 074 910 4473. The phone line is open from 10am to 12pm on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Dublin

Beaumont Hospital Dublin

Going ahead

The following are operating as normal:

  • Emergency and essential inpatient.
  • Day care.
  • Most outpatient services.

Cancelled

The following are cancelled:

  • Outpatient appointments in diagnostic imaging and x-rays.

Appointments for these patients will be rescheduled.

Contact the hospital

If you have an appointment this week and it needs to be rescheduled, we will contact you.

You do not need to contact your hospital directly.

For updates, visit beaumont.ie

St. Luke's Centre at Beaumont Hospital

Radiotherapy treatments have restarted. Patients are being treated based on their clinical priority.

Contact the hospital

You will be contacted directly by our staff about your appointment.

If you feel unwell, have symptoms or need to contact the hospital, phone 01 406 5000. Staff do not have access to their emails.

Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital

Outpatient services have resumed.

The healthlink portal is back online.

Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown

Cancelled

The following are cancelled:

  • Outpatient appointments in diagnostic imaging and x-rays.

Appointments for these patients will be rescheduled.

Going ahead

The following are operating as normal:

  • Emergency and essential inpatient.
  • Day care.
  • Most outpatient services.

Contact the hospital

If you have an appointment for a diagnostic procedure, please phone:

What to bring to your appointment

Bring any medical letters that have information about your:

  • appointment
  • prescriptions
  • scan results

Children's Health Ireland at Connolly in Blanchardstown

For updates, visit childrenhealthireland.ie.

Coombe Hospital Dublin

For current information on the measures to protect women, babies and staff at the Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital, visit coombe.ie.

Crumlin - Children’s Health Ireland

For updates, visit olchc.ie.

Dublin Dental University Hospital

Going ahead

All services are running as normal.

Attend your appointment as planned.

Holles St - National Maternity Hospital

Going ahead

All services are running as normal. Please attend your scheduled appointments.

What to bring to your appointment

Bring hospital registration details if possible.

Mater Misericordiae University Hospital

Going ahead

All patient services are operating as normal.

Please attend your scheduled appointments as planned.

Rotunda Maternity Hospital

For updates, visit rotunda.ie.

Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital

Going ahead

Emergency and urgent care is open.

Outpatient services and surgeries are going ahead as planned. Go to your appointment unless you are told otherwise.

Contact the hospital

You will be contacted directly if your appointment or procedure is cancelled.

St Columcille’s Loughlinstown

Contact the hospital

Please call to confirm your appointment before attending the hospital. Call the number on your appointment letter, or call the switchboard on 01 2825800 and ask for the clinic you are attending.

What to bring to your appointment

Have your Medical Record Number (MRN) with you, so that we can have your chart available when you attend.

St James's Hospital, Dublin

All patients should attend their appointments as normal.

For updates, visit stjames.ie or the St James's Twitter page.

St. Luke's Centre at St. James's Hospital and Rathgar

Radiotherapy treatments have restarted. Patients are being treated based on their clinical priority.

Contact the hospital

You will be contacted directly by our staff about your appointment.

If you feel unwell, have symptoms or need to contact the hospital, phone 01 406 5000. Staff do not have access to their emails.

St Michael’s Hospital, Dun Laoghaire

Going ahead

All other services are operating as normal.

Healthlink

Healthlink is operational

St Vincent’s University Hospital

For updates, visit stvincents.ie.

Tallaght - Children’s Health Ireland

CHI Tallaght - Paediatric services

For updates, visit tuh.ie.

Tallaght University Hospital

Going ahead

The following are going ahead but you should expect delays:

  • Emergency Department - please only attend if you need emergency care
  • outpatient clinics
  • elective surgery
  • dialysis
  • haematology
  • oncology

What to bring to your appointment

Bring your list of medications, your COVID-19 vaccination card and your most recent hospital letter if possible.

Contact the hospital

For updates, visit: tuh.ie.

Temple Street - Children’s Hospital Ireland

For updates, visit cuh.ie.

Galway

University Hospital Galway

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead:

  • Emergency Department - expect delays.
  • Maternity services.
  • Dialysis treatment.
  • Radiotherapy services.

The following services are resuming on a phased basis:

  • Outpatient clinics.
  • X-ray, CT scans, MRI appointments.
  • Elective inpatient and day case procedures, including endoscopy.

Patients are being contacted directly if their appointment is going ahead.

Galway Integrated Care for Older Persons

Clinics are going ahead as planned at University Hospital Galway.

Phone 087 456 5276 if you have any queries about this service.

Merlin Park University Hospital

Going ahead

The following appointments are resuming on a phased basis:

  • Outpatient clinics.
  • X-ray, CT scans, MRI appointments.
  • Elective orthopaedic procedures.

Patients are being contacted directly if their appointment is going ahead.

Portiuncula University Hospital

Going Ahead

The following services are going ahead:

  • Emergency Department - expect delays.
  • Chemotherapy appointments.
  • Maternity services including antenatal scanning.
  • Physiotherapy appointments.

Outpatient clinics, elective inpatient, day case procedures and diagnostics (X-ray, CT, MRI) are resuming on a phased basis. You will be contacted directly if your appointment is going ahead.

Kerry

University Hospital Kerry

Cancelled

The following appointments are cancelled:

  • Outpatient radiology - except for urgent and emergency cases.
  • Cardiology - except for emergency echos only.

Going ahead

University Hospital Kerry is risk assessing every patient contact. If it is safer, we will defer patients for now.

The following services are going ahead:

  • Emergency department - only attend if it is an emergency. Expect very long delays.
  • Emergency referrals only - defer non-essential referrals where possible.
  • Maternity clinics appointments - attend unless told.
  • OPD clinics - we will contact you before your appointment.
  • Anatomy scans.
  • Glucose tolerance tests.
  • Elective gynaecology surgery.
  • Endoscopy procedures - includes bowel screening.
  • Palliative care - hand-deliver, post or fax (066 718 4019) referrals. Phone the consultant for queries.

Maternity services

Routine Appointments - if you have been expecting an appointment for a routine check-up and have not yet received one, please contact your consultant.

If you are 14 to 36 weeks pregnant and want a COVID-19 vaccine, phone 089 264 1002 or 066 718 4315. Lines are open Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm.

You should attend your maternity appointments unless we contact you.

Anatomy scans and Glucose tolerance tests have recommenced.

If you are a maternity patient with any concerns, phone 066 718 4324. This line is open 24 hours.

Laboratory services

Laboratory services are severely impacted. There are significant delays. Only emergency blood tests are being processed.

Kildare

Naas General Hospital

Cancelled

The following are cancelled:

  • Routine outpatient radiology.

Going ahead

Emergency services are operating as normal but the emergency department (ED) is very busy. There are delays for patients who need non-urgent care.

Contact the hospital

If you have a question, phone 045 849 910. Lines are open Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm.

Kilkenny

St Luke’s General Hospital Carlow/Kilkenny

Cancelled

The following services have been cancelled:

  • Some specialist diagnostic services.

Cardiac diagnostic services are disrupted.

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead:

  • Emergency Department - expect delays.
  • Urgent day case procedures are taking place but emergency cases are being prioritised.
  • Day case oncology treatment in UPMC Aut Even. If you have a query about your appointment, contact the clinic secretary with the details on your appointment letter.
  • Routine outpatient appointments. Expect delays.
  • Outreach x-ray services
  • Routine physiotherapy appointments.
  • Antenatal clinics and classes.
  • Inpatient services remain mostly unaffected. There are delays to blood test and x-ray results while manual systems are in place.
  • Routine laboratory services for GPs are delayed. Urgent GP tests will be prioritised. GPs are advised to send all routine lab tests to UHW.

Routine radiology appointments are delayed.

Healthlink is operational but limited at St. Luke’s General Hospital.

What to bring to your appointment

Bring your most recent appointment letter or any previous documentation received from the hospital, including your hospital identification number (L number).

If you have any issue with your appointment time, etc, please notify the clinic secretary contact details on your appointment letter.

Laois

Midlands Hospital Portlaoise

Going ahead

Emergency services are operating as normal but the emergency department (ED) is very busy. There are delays for patients who need non-urgent care.

The outpatient radiology service is now restored.

What to bring to your appointment

If you are attending for an appointment, bring your most recent hospital letter.

Patients attending for antenatal or maternity should also bring their combined antenatal card or patient number.

Contact the hospital

If you have a question, you can phone Midlands Hospital Portlaoise on 057 869 6771 or 057 869 6340.

Limerick

Croom Orthopaedic Hospital

Cancelled

The following services are cancelled:

  • All diagnostic investigations, including radiology.

Going ahead

The following are going ahead:

  • Urgent paediatric outpatient cases - some urgent cases will be contacted directly to attend.
  • Rheumatology services.

The following services are resuming:

  • Outpatient appointments.
  • Day case and inpatient surgery.

University Hospital Limerick

Cancelled

The following services are cancelled:

  • All diagnostics including x-ray, CT scans, MRI appointments and cardiac investigations.

Cancer review appointments

All routine cancer review appointments at the Mid-Western Centre are being cancelled until further notice. Appointments will be rescheduled as soon as possible.

If you are scheduled for an urgent review appointment for haematology or oncology, please phone 061 482 900 for further information.

Going ahead

The following are going ahead:

  • Emergency Department - expect delays.
  • Dialysis treatment.
  • Cancer day ward (chemotherapy and radiotherapy).
  • Acute Fracture Unit (UHL).
  • Vaccination centres at Limerick Racecourse, the West County Hotel (Ennis) and Abbey Court Hotel (Nenagh).

The following are being gradually restored:

  • Outpatient appointments.
  • Day case and inpatient surgery.
  • Endoscopy services.

Patients whose appointments or procedures are going ahead will be contacted by the hospital in advance.

University Maternity Hospital Limerick

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead as planned:

  • Antenatal clinics.
  • Maternity Emergency Unit.
  • Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (by appointment).
  • Full colposcopy services have resumed. For any queries, please make contact with the hospital on 061 483111.

COVID-19 vaccination phone line

A phone line is available for pregnant women between 14 and 36 weeks gestation who want to get the COVID-19 vaccine, get more information and make their appointments.

Open: Monday to Friday, 9am to 2.30pm

Phone: 087 359 3568

St John’s Hospital

Cancelled

The following services are cancelled:

  • Diagnostic investigations - including radiology

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead as planned:

  • Injury unit - open every day, 8am to 7pm
  • Vaccination centres at Limerick Racecourse, the West County Hotel (Ennis) and Abbey Court Hotel (Nenagh).

The following services are being restored:

  • Outpatient clinics.
  • Endoscopy services.
  • Inpatient and day case surgery.

Patients whose appointments or procedures are going ahead will be contacted by the hospital in advance.

For more updates, visit stjohnshospital.ie

Louth

Drogheda - Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital

Cancelled

The following services are cancelled:

  • Outpatient appointments in diagnostic imaging and x-rays.

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead as planned:

  • Emergency services.
  • Essential inpatient
  • Day care
  • Most outpatient services

Contact the hospital

If you have an appointment this week and it needs to be rescheduled, we will contact you.

You do not need to contact the hospital directly.

Louth County Hospital Dundalk

Cancelled

The following services are cancelled:

  • Outpatient appointments in diagnostic imaging and x-rays.

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead as planned:

  • Emergency services.
  • Essential inpatient, day care, and outpatient services.

Mayo

Mayo University Hospital

Limited service

The following services are starting back on a phased basis:

  • Outpatient clinics.
  • Diagnostic services - includes x-ray, CT scans, MRI appointments.

Patients will be contacted directly if their appointment is going ahead.

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead:

  • Elective inpatient and day case procedures, including endoscopy.
  • Maternity services including antenatal scanning.
  • Dialysis.
  • Physiotherapy.
  • Trauma clinics.
  • Chemotherapy.
  • Emergency services - expect delays for non-urgent cases.

Contact

Call 094 904 9310 if your appointment was cancelled and you're concerned about your medical condition.

This helpline is open Monday to Friday from:

  • 10am to 12.30pm
  • 2pm to 4pm

Meath

Navan - Our Lady’s Hospital

Please attend the hospital if you have a scheduled appointment and have not heard otherwise from the hospital.

Radiology and Lab results are sent to GPs through healthlink as normal at Our Lady’s Hospital Navan.

Cancelled

A small number of outpatient services are cancelled. Patients affected will be contacted directly by the hospital.

Going ahead

Radiology routine services are going ahead but expect delays.

Emergency Department (ED)

The ED is very busy. Non-urgent cases can expect a longer wait. We ask that you consider your care options. Patients attending the ED will be triaged.

Monaghan

Monaghan Hospital

Cancelled

The following services are cancelled:

  • Outpatient appointments in diagnostic imaging and x-rays.

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead as planned:

  • Emergency services.
  • Essential inpatient
  • Day care
  • Most outpatient services

Contact the hospital

If you have an appointment this week and it needs to be rescheduled, we will contact you.

You do not need to contact the hospital directly.

Offaly

Midland Regional Hospital Tullamore

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead as planned:

  • Inpatient and day case procedures.
  • Emergency services - expect delays for patients who need non-urgent care.
  • Outpatient radiology - includes x-rays, ultrasound, MRI, CT.
  • Outpatient cardiac investigations.
  • Nuclear medicine.
  • Dexa appointments.
  • Outpatient stress tests.
  • Outpatient holter and blood pressure monitoring.
  • Pacemaker clinics.
  • Vascular outpatient investigations - includes Doppler tests.
  • All routine outpatient bloods/phlebotomy.

What to bring to your appointment

If possible, bring:

  • your most recent hospital letter
  • a copy of your current medications

Contact the hospital

Phone 057 935 9527 from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Roscommon

Roscommon University Hospital

Going ahead

  • Outpatient and day case procedures including endoscopy.
  • Radiology service, including x-ray, CT and ultrasound. Expect delays.
  • The injury unit is operating as normal. Expect delays.

Sligo

Sligo University Hospital

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead:

  • Emergency department - expect delays for non-urgent cases.
  • All maternity services including antenatal scanning.
  • Dialysis treatment.
  • Chemotherapy.
  • Physiotherapy appointments.

The following service are resuming on a phased basis:

  • Outpatient clinics.
  • X-ray, CT scans, MRI appointments.
  • Elective inpatient and day case procedures.

Patients are being contacted directly if their appointment is going ahead.

Tipperary

Nenagh Hospital

Cancelled

The following are cancelled:

  • Diagnostic investigations, including radiology.

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead:

  • Injury unit - open every day, 8am to 8pm.
  • Urgent procedures.
  • Medical Assessment Unit is open Monday to Friday for GP referrals.
  • Vaccination centres at Limerick Racecourse, the West County Hotel (Ennis) and Abbey Court Hotel (Nenagh).
  • Outpatient appointments.
  • Elective inpatient and day case procedures.
  • Endoscopy services.

Patients whose appointments or procedures are going ahead will be contacted by the hospital in advance.

Tipperary University Hospital

Going ahead

All services are running as normal.

Attend your appointment as planned.

Healthlink

Healthlink is not operational

Waterford

University Hospital Waterford and Kilcreene Regional Orthopaedic Hospital

Going ahead

All services are running as normal.

Patients with appointments should attend unless contacted and told otherwise.

If you have a query about your appointment, please contact your consultant.

The emergency department (ED) is currently experiencing high attendance volumes. If it is not an emergency, please consider other care options.

Healthlink

Healthlink is not operational

Westmeath

Regional Hospital Mullingar

All services are operational. There continues to be delays in some services. Patients should attend their appointment unless contacted by the hospital.

Emergency department

Emergency department - expect delays for patients who need non-urgent care. Patients are asked to consider their care options before attending the Emergency Department.

What to bring to your appointment

Patients attending the hospital are asked to bring any previous letters or documents with them including your Hospital Identification Number (MRN), if applicable.

Healthlink

Healthlink is operational

Wexford

Wexford General Hospital

Cancelled

The following outpatient radiology procedures are operating at a limited capacity:

  • General x-rays.
  • General ultrasounds.
  • CT scans.

Going ahead

The following services are going ahead:

  • Antenatal scans.
  • Gynecology scans - if you had an appointment cancelled, we will contact you as soon as possible to reschedule.
  • Cardiac diagnostic outpatient appointments (includes echos, blood pressure monitors and pacemakers) for urgent referrals. Phone 053 915 3234 to confirm your appointment.
  • Emergency department - expect delays for patients who need non-urgent care.
  • Out-patient clinics.
  • Surgeries.

What to bring to your appointment

Bring your most recent appointment letter or any hospital documentation you have.

Healthlink

Healthlink is operational

page last reviewed: 18/05/2021
next review due: 18/05/2024