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St. Vincent’s University Hospital continues to develop and maintain a strong working relationship with GPs to ensure we can provide all our patients with the most timely, efficient, relevant and best possible care.

ANNUAL GP STUDY DAY – SATURDAY 6th MARCH 2021
VIRTUAL EVENT
CPD ACCREDITED
Watch study day recording here

All ADCC outpatients clinics at St. Vincent’s University Hospital will resume normal service from the 8th February 2021.

SVUH have set up secure email address for GP use via Healthmail in the following areas;

  1. Lab Results LabResultEnquiry@svhg.ie
  2. Radiology Results GPradiologyresults@svhg.ie
  3. Emergency Department ed@svhg.ie
  4. Patient Outpatient Letters gpletterenquiry@svhg.ie
  • The Labs and Radiology emails are for requesting non urgent results or copies of patient scans on disc only; not for referrals. The GPs has to be the patients registered GP / working in the same practice to be allowed receive the results
  • The ED email is for sending additional patient notes for a patient that is already en-route to SVUH ED from the GP practice
  • The Outpatient Letters email is for requesting correspondence from outpatient clinics only
  • We will set up additional addresses for wards and departments in time and list them here on the website as they become available for use

St. Columcille’s Hospital Injuries Unit

Injury Units are for the treatment of minor injuries that are unlikely to need admission to hospital.

Patients can either be referred by their GP or walk in. There is no charge if patients have a full medical card or a GP referral letter. Otherwise it costs €75 to attend an injury unit.

Address:                   St. Columcille’s Hospital, Loughlinstown, Co. Dublin
Opening hours:      Monday to Sunday 08.00 – 18.00

Suitable for the following patients:

– Aged 14 years and up
– Suspected broken bones to legs, from knees to toes
– Suspected broken bones to arms, from collarbone (clavicle) to fingertips
– All sprains and strains
– Minor facial injuries (including oral, dental and nasal injuries)
– Minor scalds and burns
– Wounds, bites, cuts, grazes and scalp lacerations
– Small abscesses and boils
– Splinters and fish hooks
– Foreign bodies in eyes/ears/nose
– Minor head injury (fully-conscious patients, who did not experience loss of consciousness or have more than one episode of vomiting after the head injury)