Fire Moria Camp: Call for urgent evacuation and radical change
Safetynet vacancy for a Service Manager
Aboard the Rapid testing bus
29 SEPT 2020
Spending a night with Safetynet's Mobile Health Unit
13 AUG 2020
reporter Josh Crosbie spent a night on the road with them to find out how they operate
The MSF scientist helping ‘break the chain’ of COVID-19 among Ireland’s most vulnerable
4th June 2020 Read more...
Minister for Health opens new Hub at the Mater which will care and treat the most marginalised in the inner city
8th May 2020
Covid-19 affecting people living in extreme poverty
22 April 2020
Frontline workers operating on the margins of Irish society are reporting a "very high proportion" of positive Covid-19 cases among people living in extreme poverty.
Safetynet COVID-19 response – Update
6 April 2020
Safetynet have reconfigured our services in response to COVID-19 to identify, triage test and treat homeless and vulnerable people. Our reconfigured service means those with symptoms can be tested quicker and appropriately supported subsequently.
Bringing vital epilepsy care directly to homeless people in the community
10 February 2020
13 March 2020
Fiona O'Reilly, CEO of Safetynet Primary Care, said immediate issues that needed to be decided included drop-in centres, provision of food parcels, and transport for those who may begin to show symptoms.
SAFETYNET PRIMARY CARE
Safetynet Primary Care is a medical charity that delivers quality care to those marginalized in society without access to healthcare, including homeless people, drug users and migrants. We also facilitate a network of health services working with homeless people care to ensure a coordinated approach and promote best practice.
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Everyone has equal access to health care
To deliver the highest possible standard of healthcare to marginalized and vulnerable groups while providing professional support to those working with these groups.
Quality: Everyone who accesses our services should expect to be given the highest possible care we can give.
Transparency: All our employees, partners, sponsors and service users should always expect us to be honest and open with them.
Self-Efficacy: Encourage all who use our services to take care of their health.
Inclusion: We ensure that we serve all those that are considered hard to reach.
Flexible: Make services fit the person rather than the other way round