** TELEPHONE 061 202 534 **
The Student Health Centre is located in block C, level M (room CM061) in the main building and provides a service for University of Limerick registered students only.
The Student Health Centre is an urgent care/advisory service and deals with all general health issues as they present. Any students with a long term medical condition which requires regular follow up should register with a local GP, as the Student Health Centre is not a GP service. Our services include access to: doctor (GP), nurse, contraceptive clinic, sexual health clinic and physiotherapy.
The Student Health Centre is part of the Student Affairs Divsion which provides a comprehensive range of professional administrative and support services to the entire university campus.
Appointments can be booked Monday to Fiday 10:00 to 16:00 by telephoning 061 202 534. They cannot be booked via email.
For all other enquiries please email Ria.Toland@ul.ie.
The HSELive Coronavirus Helpline is open 08:00 to 19:30 Monday to Friday and 09:00 - 16:30 Saturday and Sunday Tel: 1850 24 1850 or 01 240 8787
Reporting of a Positive Diagnosis
If you are unfortunate enough to test positive, please email COVID19Report@ul.ie as soon as possible with the date you were last on campus and when you were diagnosed. Only members of the University's Health and Safety team have access to this email in order to help monitor the number of COVID-19 incidences on campus. Your details may be used to initiate early contact tracing and the provision of health advice. Records will be deleted by UL after 30 days.
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In line with the current Covid-19 restrictions we have had to make some alterations to our procedures:-
When ringing, please state what specific type of appointment you wish to book e.g. contraceptive clinic, STI screening, phyisotherapy, dressing, stitch removal etc. If your appointment does not fall in to any particular category this would be called a general doctor or general nurse appointment.
Medical card holders may use their cards for prescription purposes and for the STI and contraceptive clinics but all other services will incur a charge. Local students with medical cards are advised to visit their own GP. Non-local students with medical cards are advised to register with a local GP. Please state when booking an appointment that you have a medical card.
The confidential treatment of health information and health records is a professional obligation of all staff of the Student Health Centre. All consultations are treated in the strictest confidence and no information is given to others without written permission.
For further information please see our privacy statement.