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Book Your Pregnancy (click for care options)
Public Care option: Call (01) 637 3288 or book online. E: with any booking queries you may have. 
Only e-mails regarding pregnancy booking queries will be responded to.

To book, amend or cancel an appointment in one of our clinics: please email where possible; all emails will be acknowledged with 2 working days (please also check your spam mail)

Antenatal public maternity outpatients clinic:  (01) 637 3527 or (01) 637 3528
Antenatal semi-private maternity outpatients clinic: (01) 637 3536 or (01) 637 3537
Fetal Medicine Unit (scanning): (01) 637 3217 (01) 637 3218
Community Midwives: (01) 637 3177

Gynaecology clinic: (01) 637 3504

Colposcopy (Smear/CervicalCheck) clinic: (01) 637 3454

Baby Clinic: (01) 637 3440

Dietitian: (01) 637 3314

Physiotherapy: (01) 637 3499

Pregnancy support classes: (01) 637 3499 

Jobs, Your Hospital Chart, Media:

Please see for vacancies.

- To apply for a job or an internship, please email

- To get a copy of your hospital chart or information from it, click here.

- For all media enquiries, please email

For all other general and patient queries, please complete the form below or call our 24 Hour Switch Board who will be happy to put you through to the relevant department: (01) 637 3100. Thank you.

How do I get to Holles St / 60 Mount St / 65/66 Mount St?

For a more detailed Journey Planner, you can use the Transport For Ireland Journey Planner where you can select Dublin street addresses, or use a map to select two points.

By Dublin Bus: The Hospital is serviced by the following routes: 4, 5, 7, 7A, 13, 13A, 45, 63 & 84.

By Train/Dart: Short walk from Pearse Street Station. See map (above).

By Luas: A 10-minute walk from St. Stephen's Green.


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