OPEN ACCESS CLINICS
OPEN ACCESS PROVIDED BY NETWORK MEMBERS
Inclusion Health Hub at Summerhill
The Inclusion Health Hub in Summerhill is for those in Dublin’s North East Inner City who are not being served by other services including undocumented migrants, protection applicants without access to primary care services, as well homeless people. There are in-reach healthcare services offered to women in addiction services, as well as a DOVE clinic for pregnant women with, or at risk of, BBVs. This clinic is also one of the few clinics in the homeless sector that sees children. There are allied professionals from the HSE and other NGOs working at the Hub including Physio Social worker addiction and homeless case workers. There is a strong emphasis on interagency collaboration.
Nurse - Monday to Friday 9 –11:30, 2 –4pm
GP - Monday –Thursday 2 –4:30pm, Friday 9 –11:30 am
Telephone interpreting in all languages
Peer Support worker
Inclusion Health Hub, Summerhill Health Centre, 90-92 Summerhill, Dublin 1, D01HN35
(Across the road from the large Summerhill Primary Care Centre)
Call 01 8765200
Roma Clinic in Tallaght
This GP clinic with interpreting service currently provides for 2 clinic sessions per week in collaboration with the Tallaght Roma Integrated Project.
Kingscourt Primary Care Centre, Co. Cavan & Mobile Clinic Co. Monaghan
The Safetynet Team provide a weekly appointments based GP clinic to international protection applicants in the Cavan/Monaghan region who do not have medical cards. This clinic has been running for two years and recently has included a mobile clinic in Carrickmacross to Roma who cannot access care in Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan.
70 Eccles Street
The purpose of this clinic is to support the Emergency Department at the Mater hospital, seeing people who present to ED and who would more appropriately be seen in General Practice. People are triaged by an experienced ED doctor, and referred to a separate nearby site, to be seen by the GP. A dedicated Safetynet nurse supports this process. We provide GP-level care and only do same-day investigations that would normally be done in a GP setting. The service is well established, with very good working relationships and mutual support between the services. Three mornings a week Safetynet will be providing nursing and support worker assistance to homeless.
The Capuchin Centre was transferred to Safetynet Primary Care from the Grangegorman Family Practice in 2020. The purpose of the clinic is to provide GP and primary care to marginalised groups and those without access to healthcare in Dublin’s North Inner City, with a particular focus on Roma people. This is done by adopting a low threshold and flexible model of care provision, with culturally appropriate supports including on site interpreter and support worker. The clinics are also very valuable in further assessing the needs of the Roma Community in Dublin and working with local and national NGOs towards providing equal access to healthcare for Roma people.
Chiropodist - Friday 9 –11am,
Dentist - Wednesday 9 –11am, Friday 2 –3pm (Volunteer staff -occasionally cancelled)
GP - Tuesday 9 –11:30, Tue/Wed/Thur1:30 –3pm,
Nurse - Monday 9-11:30, 2 –3pm; Fri 9 –11:30, 2 –3pm
Romanian Interpreter on-site for all GP clinics; telephone interpreting for other languages.
Roma Support Worker (bilingual Romanian/English). Outreach to Family hubs, support to attend healthcare appointments
The Capuchin Day Centre, 29 Bow Street, Dublin 7, D07WY43 – Call 01 8733301