The HSE provides health and social services to everyone living in Ireland. Our services are delivered to young and old, in hospitals, health facilities and in communities across the country.

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Medical and GP Visit Cards, Drugs Payment, EHIC and more
Food Safety, Environmental Health, Water Quality and more
Provides Accredited Analytical Services for Statutory Food Control, Water Testing, Cosmetics Control, Health Professionals, Food Business Operators and General Public.
32 offices nationwide, admin centres for HSE schemes and community services

Everyday Care

Pharmacy services
How to access GP or Family Doctors
Dental services provided by the HSE to adults and children
HSE Health Centres are an important part of your community
GPs, Public Health Nurses and other staff working as teams to care for your community

Care when you need it

Injury Units are for the treatment of minor injuries that are unlikely to need admission to hospital. Find out what injury units can and cannot treat.
HSE services, support groups, organisations, statutory assistance to support carers
Delivering hospital services throughout the country
Services for parents expecting a baby, hospital care, mother and infant scheme
How to access urgent services outside of normal hours
A specialist nurse led health professional team providing a rapid integrated response
Emergency Management works to ensure Emergency plans are developed, updated and tested as required.

Community and Social Care

Including intellectual, physical or sensory disabilities
Information on mental health services provided in hospitals and communities across Ireland
Nursing Home Support Scheme, Home Care, Tips for Healthy Ageing

Specialist Care

Support for people with alcohol and drug addiction problems
The HSE Women’s Health Service operates sexual health clinic services and outreach support to women/trans women involved in sex industry.
Public Health aims to improve the health and well being of people
The Programme works with health service providers to prevent cancer, treat cancer, and increase survival and quality of life for those who develop cancer.
Current and reliable information about genetic and rare diseases
Community and hospital-based health services in Co. Kerry.