Everyday Care in your Community

Health Centres provide a wide range of primary care and community services in towns and villages throughout the country. GPs, Public Health Nurses, Social Work, Community Welfare, Community Audiology Service, Disability Services, Older People Services, Chiropody, Ophthalmic, Speech Therapy, Addiction Counselling and Treatment, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Psychiatric Services, Home Help and more.

Pharmacies - The pharmacy plays a central role in our health system, providing health advice and access to medication and other services. Pharmacist work with the HSE to provide medication under schemes like the Medical Card and the Drugs Payment Scheme

GPs and Family Doctors - General Practitioners are Family Doctors who work in practices all over the country. Use our site to find a GP near you and see what services are available with a Medical Card or GP Visit Card

Dental Services - Find Dentists on a map, find out what services Dentists provide to people with Medical Cards, and about the Dental Service provided by the HSE to school children.

Primary Care - Primary Care means all of the health or social care services that you can find in your community, outside of hospital. Primary Care Centres and Teams are being set up all over Ireland and means GPs, Public Health Nurses and a range of other services working together to provide quality care for you.

Your Local Health Office is your entry point to community health and personal social services. The wide range of services that are provided through Local Health Offices and from Health Centres include general practitioner services, public health nursing, child health services, community welfare, chiropody, ophthalmic, speech therapy, social work, addiction counseling and treatment, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychiatric services and home help.