Who can be treated at CHI at Connolly in Blanchardstown?
For children and young people aged 0 to the eve of their 16th birthday.
How do I make compliments, suggestions or complaints
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Is there a charge to attend the Urgent Care Centre?
The Urgent Care Centre is a walk-in service. The Government Levy of €75 will apply for attending. See exemptions.
Do I need to make an appointment to be seen at Urgent Care?
No, you can walk into the Urgent Care Centre without an appointment. The government levy of €75 will apply for attending.
What if my child’s illness/injury turns out to be more serious than first thought?
An assessment will be carried out and, if needed, the patient will be transferred to one of the three children’s hospitals (CHI at Crumlin, Temple Street or Tallaght).
Will ambulances arrive at CHI at Connolly in Blanchardstown?
No, ambulances are for emergencies only (life-threatening situations) and will continue to bring children to the appropriate Emergency Department at one of the children’s hospitals (CHI at Crumlin, Temple Street or Tallaght).