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Children's Health Ireland (CHI) at Tallaght Children's Outpatient and Emergency Care Unit is a new modern facility, purpose-built for families, children and young people.

The new building is staffed by specialist paediatric staff, including nurses, doctors and health care professionals.

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Emergency Care Unit (ECU) – Open 24 hours 7 days

Here are some examples of injuries and illnesses that we treat and don't treat.

What We Treat

  • Emergency care of unwell babies and children
  • Burns and scalds
  • Sprains, strains and broken bones
  • Asthma, Croup and other breathing difficulties
  • Seizures
  • Ingestions
  • Emergency mental health concerns

What We Don't Treat

  • Testicular pain
  • Major Trauma

Outpatient Department

Our outpatient services are now located at our location within Tallaght University Hospital and in our new building. Outpatient services include General Paediatrics (general clinics, condition specific clinics) and Trauma Orthopaedics (fracture clinic).

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Inpatient and Day Cases

When you stay with us for one day you are called a day patient (because you come in, get your treatment, stay for a while to recover after your treatment and then go home all in one day.) When you are staying as a patient for more than one day you are called an inpatient.

Inpatient and Day Cases

Video Consultations

CHI at Tallaght is offering online video consultations to our patients in a number of our outpatient services

If your Consultants wishes to see you via a Video Consultation you will receive an appointment letter as normal, with the time and date of the appointment

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​Covid-19 Notice

Your Child is An Inpatient

Two parents/guardians (without symptoms of COVID-19) will be issued with Visiting Cards when their child is admitted and must present the cards to gain entry to the hospital. Both parents/guardians are allowed to be with their child at the same time during their hospital stay.

Your Child is Attending our Emergency Department, Outpatients or Day Case Settings

To protect our patients/parents/guardians and staff only one parent/guardian without symptoms of COVID 19 will be allowed to be with their child during their hospital visit/appointment to ED, OPD or Day Care. Unfortunately due to space limitations in these settings, we are unable to facilitate two parents/guardians at the same time.

Exceptions will always be considered as previous, under compassionate or special circumstances.

Please do not attend if you have any symptoms of COVID-19, are a close contact or are awaiting a COVID-19 swab result. All visitors must wear a face mask at all times. Siblings are not able to visit and there is a robust Visitor Card system in place. While we understand that these measures will be difficult for some families, our priority is the safety of all CHI patients, families and staff.

Children 9 years old and over and their parent/guardian should wear a face covering when attending any of CHI's emergency, outpatients, admissions/day ward departments.

Face coverings are not required for children under 9 unless clinically advised.

  • We look forward to seeing you in CHI at Tallaght
  • How to find us

    Contact Us:

    CHI at Tallaght
    Tallaght University Hospital
    Belgard Square North
    Dublin 24
    D24 TN3C

    Phone: (01) 6937500, (01) 6937501, (01) 6937502

    Radiology Reception

    01 693 7660/ 01 693 7661

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