DUBLIN CITY CENTRE

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MRI Scan from €245

Ultrasound from €150

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ADDRESS

Ground Floor, The Meath
Primary Care Centre,
Heytesbury Street,
Dublin 8

OPENING HOURS

Monday – Thursday:
8.30 to 5.30

Friday:
8.30 to 4.30

Contact details

Tel:
+353 1 806 0877

Fax:
+353 1 453 6009

By Bus

Dublin 8 bus routes

9, 16, 16C, 27, 49, 54A, 56A, 65, 65B, 68, 68A, 77A, 83, 83A, 122, 150, 151

By Car

  • From the M50
  • Turn off the M50 at Junction 9, the Red Cow Junction
  • Follow the signs for City Centre
  • This will bring you on to the Naas Road inbound.
  • At the next junction, turn right onto the Long Mile Road
  • Continue on to the Drimnagh Road. You will pass Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital on your left.
  • Continue to the Crumlin Road,
  • Cross the Grand Canal at Dolphin’s Bridge
  • Turn right on to South Circular Road at the next junction.
  • Continue along South Circular Road until you reach the junction with Heytesbury
  • Street just before St Kevin’s Church.
  • Drive along Heytesbury Street until the junction with Camden Row/Long Lane.
  • Euromedic Ireland at Meath Primary Care Centre is on the corner to your left.
  • Euromedic ‘Meath’ is in Dublin, on the site of the old Meath hospital and the new Meath Primary Care Centre (MPCC). It is NOT on Meath Street, so we do not advise patients to park there.

There is no patient parking available in the grounds of the Meath Clinic. There is on-street parking on Heytesbury Street and Long Lane for approx €2.50 per hour.

From O’Connell Street
Cross the O’Connell bridge, and drive along D’Olier Street approaching Trinity College. Continue around Trinity on College Street, then turn right onto Dame Street. Turn left on to South Great George’s Street and continue straight. You will pass DIT Aungier Street on your right. Turn right on to Kevin Street Lower. Drive past DIT Kevin Street on your left and then take the slip road to the left on to New Bride Street. At the next crossroads, the Meath Clinic will be on your right, on the junction between Heytesbury Street and Long Lane.
OR, during traffic restrictions near Trinity
Cross the O’Connell bridge, and drive along D’Olier Street approaching Trinity College, staying in the right hand lanes. Turn right on to Westmoreland Street, and turn left on to the quays. Drive along the quays until you reach O’Shea’s Merchant pub, a blue building on the left. Turn left up Bridge Street Upper and at the top of the hill, join High Street. Stay in the right hand lane, as you need to turn right on to Patrick Street at the next junction. Drive along Patrick Street until you reach the crossroads with Dean Street/Kevin Street. Turn left on to Kevin Street Upper. At the next set of traffic lights, turn right on to New Bride Street. At the next crossroads, the Meath Clinic will be on your right, on the junction between Heytesbury Street and Long Lane.
From St Stephen’s Green
Drive around the Green until you can exit on to Cuffe Street. Proceed to the traffic lights and go straight through on to Kevin Street Lower. Drive past DIT Kevin Street on your left and then take the slip road to the left on to New Bride Street. At the next crossroads, the Meath Clinic will be on your right, on the junction between Heytesbury Street and Long Lane.

From St Patrick’s Cathedral
With St Patrick’s Cathedral on your left side, drive along Patrick Street until you reach the crossroads with Dean Street/Kevin Street. Turn left on to Kevin Street Upper. At the next set of traffic lights, turn right on to New Bride Street. At the next crossroads, the Meath Clinic will be on your right, on the junction between Heytesbury Street and Long Lane.

From Heuston Station
Drive along the quays towards town. Cross the Liffey just after Arran Quay using the Father Mathew Bridge. Drive up Bridge Street and at the top of the hill, join High Street. Stay in the right hand lane, as you need to turn right on to Patrick Street at the next junction. Drive along Patrick Street until you reach the crossroads with Dean Street/Kevin Street. Turn left on to Kevin Street Upper. At the next set of traffic lights, turn right on to New Bride Street. At the next crossroads, the Meath Clinic will be on your right, on the junction between Heytesbury Street and Long Lane.

By Luas

Disembark at Harcourt Street (Green Line)

Continue Down Harcourt Street in direction of City Centre

Turn left onto Montague Street

Continue through crossroads at Camden Street (beside Whelan’s Bar)

Continue up Camden Row to T Junction

The Euromedic Ireland in the Meath Primary Care Centre is across the road at T –Junction.

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