Caredoc is not a replacement for the Emergency Services. For emergencies call 999 or 112



Home visits are for patients who cannot travel to the treatment centre for medical reasons.



Caredoc operates a deaf text service for patients who have a hearing impairment.

General Services

Caredoc provide an out of hours doctors service for patients with urgent medical problems.

The Community Intervention Team (CIT) is a nurse led professional team that provides nursing care to patients in a community setting.

Maternity and Infant Care Scheme

The Maternity and Infant Care Scheme provides an agreed programme of care to all expectant mothers who are ordinarily resident in Ireland, this service is provided by a family doctor (GP) of your choice and a hospital obstetrician.   Out of hour visits to Caredoc are not covered under the Maternity and Infant Care Scheme.

A fee applies to patients who present to Caredoc with a pregnancy-related illness or new born babies unless they have a medical card or a doctor visit card.

For further information in regard to the Maternity and Infant Care Scheme click on the link below:

Under 8s GP visit card

Parents must have applied for and received a GP Visit Card for children under 8 in order to avail of free GP care in Caredoc.

Any child presenting to Caredoc without a relevant card even if they have applied will be charged the normal consultation fee.

See the link below to register your child.