Student Health Centres

Student Health Centres

Student Health Centre

College Nurse: Deirdre Betson
Email: nurse.blanchardstown@tudublin.ie
Tel: +353 1 2208117 / +353 87 188 1336

The Blanchardstown Student Health Centre is available again to students It will re-open for the start of the 2021/22 academic year. All appointments and initial consultations can be made by phone, with the nurse

All information is totally confidential and will not be divulged to any third party without the prior consent of the student.

The Student Health Centre welcomes all TU Dublin Blanchardstown registered students.

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way we work and now requires the Student Health Centre to develop new mechanisms of service delivery on campus. The development of services needs to balance the safety of both students and Health Centre staff and the needs of our individual students.

The Student Health Centre aims to:

  • Continue to provide medical services to registered students in a confidential, professional and courteous manner. 
  • Continue to provide a high quality, timely and reliable service to students. 
  • Adapt to other ways of delivering care, by the provision of secure remote consultations via telephone and/or video, where face to face may not be necessary or pose a possible risk to staff.
  • Temporarily stop walk-in clinics and move to appointments only. All initial consultations will be via phone call.
  • Encourage our students to contact the Student Health Centre by telephone if they have any health concerns whether Covid-19 related or not.

If you are unwell with symptoms such as, cough, shortness of breath or breathing difficulties, fever or chills, loss or change to taste or smell, you should please stay at home and NOT come into College. You may then contact the Student Health Centre or your own GP or the HSE Helpline on 1850241850.

In the event you begin to feel unwell on Campus, and experience any of the above symptoms, you should isolate immediately from other people and telephone the Student Health Centre @ 01-220 7151

If you require any further information on the guidelines for Coronavirus please see   https://www2.hse.ie/coronavirus/

Please Stay Safe and remember to wash your hands and maintain a physical distance at all times.

Don’t forget to download the COVID Tracker App. https://covidtracker.gov.ie

Out of hours/Emergency contact:

D-Doc is an out-of-hours emergency service run by local GPs.  The D-Doc centres are open from 6pm to 8am Monday to Friday and 24 hours on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays.

Call 1850 22 44 77 

Students should note that there is a fee for this service to non-Medical Card / European Health Service Card (EHIC) holders.

Ambulance Service

If you need an emergency ambulance service, please phone 999/112.

Student Health Centre
Room 2051, Second Floor, Aungier Street, Dublin 2

Tel: +353 1220 7024.

Student Health Centre
First Floor, Rathdown House, Grangegorman Campus

Tel: +353 1220 7025.

Our team of Doctors and Nurses are working from the Health Centre in Aungier Street and Grangegorman Monday to Friday from 9 am to 1 pm and from 2 pm to 5 pm. In addition, all students will be offered an initial consultation over the phone.

In the interests of infection control, attendance at the Health Centre is strictly limited and will only be arranged if absolutely necessary and by agreement with the Doctor. Therefore, please do not attend the Health Centre without an appointment.

Registered full-time students and apprentices who hold a current TU Dublin City Campus student card are eligible to access the Health Centre services. You will be asked for your student card if attending in person.

Visit the TU Dublin Student Health Centre website for more information.

Student Health Centre
First Floor beside the Reprographics Centre 

Tel: +353 1 220 7739
Nurses: Orlagh Fleming, Michelle Cresswell

The Student Health Centre welcomes all TU Dublin Tallaght registered students.

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we work and now requires the Student Health Centre to develop new mechanisms of service delivery on campus. The development of services needs to balance the safety of both students and Health Centre staff and the needs of our individual students.

The Student Health Centre aims to:

  • Continue to provide medical services to registered students in a confidential, professional and courteous manner.
  • Continue to provide a high quality, timely and reliable service to students.
  • Adapt to other ways of delivering care, by the provision of secure remote consultations via telephone and/or video, where face to face may not be necessary or pose a possible risk to staff.
  • Temporarily stop walk-in clinics and move to appointments only. All initial consultations will be via phone call.
  • Encourage our students to contact the Student Health Centre by telephone if they have any health concerns whether Covid-19 related or not.

Please visit our Student Health Centre webpage https://www.it-tallaght.ie/healthcentre for information on all aspects of Student Health.

If you are unwell with symptoms such as, cough, shortness of breath or breathing difficulties, fever or chills, loss or change to taste or smell, you should please stay at home and NOT come into College. You may then contact the Student Health Centre or your own GP or the HSE Helpline on 1850241850.

In the event you begin to feel unwell on Campus, and experience any of the above symptoms, you should isolate immediately from other people and telephone the Student Health Centre at 01-220 7739.

If you require any further information on the guidelines for Coronavirus please see https://www2.hse.ie/coronavirus/

Please Stay Safe and remember to wash your hands and maintain a physical distance at all times.

Don’t forget to download the COVID Tracker App. https://covidtracker.gov.ie