Corner of Jervis Street & Parnell Street, Dublin City Centre, Dublin 1

Your Walk-in GP in Dublin City Centre

Corner of Jervis Street & Parnell Street, Dublin 1

Open Monday to Friday : 8.30am – 7pm

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Walk-in GP services in Dublin 1

  • General Practice
  • Health Check
  • Travel Vaccinations
  • Blood Tests
  • Malaria Advice
  • Wart Freezing
  • Ear Syringing
  • STI Testing
  • 24 hr BP Monitor
  • Emergency Contraception
  • Contraception Advice
  • Implanon Insertion
  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Pregnancy Care
  • Children’s Health
  • Family Planning
  • Cervical Smears
  • Medical Check for Work
  • Driving Licence etc.

Please note that our patients with appointments must have priority.

Jervis Medical centre was established in 2001. We are located at the heart of Dublin city centre, 3 to 5 minutes walk from the main shopping areas such as Jervis Shopping Centre, Ilac Shopping Centre, Henry Street and O’Connell Street. We are also within walking distance from the Luas Line that stops at Jervis and Abbey Street with close vicinity to many multistory car parks.

This clinic is run by 3 experienced doctors who are on the specialist registration in General Practice and we also have a registered General Nurse / Midwife.

Jervis Medical Centre, COVID-19 consultations notice

“I have attended Jervis Medical Centre for over 15 yrs., I have found Dr.Haka and his team’s approach to patient care to be courteous, quite knowledgeable, professional and reassuring. Getting an appointment to be seen isn’t a hassle and are readily available. Follow up care and referral to relevant services are efficiently executed. I would definitely recommend attending this medical centre for your GP needs.”

Renita L. – September 2019

What is an Allergy?

An allergy is an acquired sensitivity of the immune system. This means that the body’s immune system has become sensitive to one or more common, harmless substances in our environment, such as pollen, dust, moulds or even food.

This sensitivity causes an immune response, which results in symptoms that range from mild (runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing and itching) or severe (hives, trouble breathing, or anaphylactic shock). Symptoms usually occur with each exposure to the allergen.

Managing Allergies

The first step to managing allergies is to identify what type of reaction you’re having, whether it is watery eyes, sneezing or difficulty breathing.. Learn More

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Jervis Medical Centre

Corner of Jervis Street & Parnell Street. Opposite Cineworld Cinema.

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