We have a number of useful forms available for you to download. These include patient registration form, repeat prescription request form and more.
Other Useful Links
Patient.co.uk is one of the most trusted medical resources in the UK, supplying evidence based information on a wide range of medical and health topics to patients and health professionals.
The Asthma Society was established in 1973 following a meeting organised by Órán O Muire, a teacher who had struggled with asthma from an early age, and who was determined that asthma would not stop him leading an active life.
SpunOut.ie is a not-for-profit website created by young people for young people. Our service promotes general wellbeing and healthy living in order to prevent and positively intervene in harmful behaviour where it occurs amongst our peer group. Our goal is to enable our peers to live happy, healthy lives where we can avail of opportunities and build a bright future for ourselves.
Mental Health Ireland (MHI) is a national voluntary organisation with 104 local Mental Health Associations (MHAs) and branches throughout the country. The membership includes mental health professionals and lay people who provide care, support and friendship for the mentally ill. Mental Health Ireland aims to promote positive mental health and to actively support persons with a mental illness, their families and carers by identifying their needs and advocating their rights.
IACP represent the interests of both client and Counsellor / Psychotherapist in Ireland. We are a link between those who are looking for Counselling / Psychotherapy and those who provide Counselling / Psychotherapy. In addition, we provide information and set and maintain practice and training standards.
Aware Support Groups offer a unique opportunity to talk openly about depression and its impact. We guarantee confidentiality within normal limits. View our six minute introductory video about Aware Support Groups to find out more.
The Irish Heart Foundation runs a number of programmes to improve heart health in the workplace, schools and community.
A very useful patient friendly travel health resource that you can use to research your travel health requirements.
We support anyone in distress, around the clock, through 201 branches across the UK and Republic of Ireland. We know our service can help people before it’s too late.
The Migraine Association of Ireland [MAI] has been operating since 1994 as a registered charity. From modest beginnings, the association has quickly developed into the exceptional support organisation and influential campaigner that it is today.
This website is managed by the Health Service Executive (HSE) National Immunisation Office. The National Immunisation Office is entirely government funded and receives no funding from any external commercial source. All information on the site, developed originally from the Immunisation Guidelines for Ireland, is evidence based and reviewed by a panel of immunisation experts to ensure it is scientifically accurate.
Diabetes Ireland Care Centre is a new purpose built unit in Santry, Dublin. Our team of practitioners have expertise in the needs of people with diabetes. They will work together to provide the best possible service to our members. This means we can provide a seamless and integrated range of healthcare services. We can look at the person’s health from every angle to make sure they get the care they need to maximise their health and quality of life.
We offer expert mental health advice and support online and in person to young people across Ireland aged 12-25.
Cuidiú’s motto is education and support for parenthood. Our aim is to provide information to parents which allows them to make informed choices about pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding. Also to provide a supportive background to empower parents to act upon their decisions.
The Society has approximately 3,000 members. The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) is the Competent Authority acting with the approval of the Minister for Health and Children for accrediting undergraduate Physiotherapy programmes in the Irish universities. The Society is also the Designated Authority for the review and validation of qualifications obtained outside Ireland.