Medical Services - Rowe Creavin Medical Practice

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Medical Services - Rowe Creavin Medical Practice

Rowe Creavin provide a broad range of G.P. & medical services to students at the Institute. They are located on campus, further details below, and are also conveniently located at the Waterford Health Park, on Slievekeale Road in Waterford City. This is close to both the Cork Road and the College Street campuses. Services will be available in the Student Medical Centre, The Courtyard, Cork Road Campus from Monday, September 30th. The Practice accepts medical cards, GP visit cards and also EHIC Card.

Student Medical Services

Rowe Creavin Medical Practice

W.I.T Campus Opening Hours

From Monday 30th September

Monday - Thursday         9.30am to 1pm

Call 051-302873 or 051-370057 for appointments

Prices and scheme options:

1. Annual Registration Fee - €120 - This option includes unlimited routine Doctor and Nurse visits for the academic year.

2. Annual Registration Fee - €50.00 - This option has a reduced Doctor rate of €20 per visit and a Nurse rate of €10 per visit.

3. Pay per visit €40.00 for Doctors visit and €20 for Nurses visit.

The Practice accepts medical cards, GP visit cards and also EHIC Card.

 

Rowe Creavin Practice Opening Hours 

Monday - Friday                     8.30am to 5.30pm

Visit http://www.rcgp.ie to sign up and a list of services. Registration form also available here 

In the event of a Medical Emergency:

  • Contact the the Emergency Services immediately. Dial 999 or 112.
     

In the event of an accident to Staff Member or Student:

  • If the injury is minor it can be dealt with by an on-site first aider.

  • If the injury requires medical attention please contact Mary O’ Doherty, Health & Safety Officer, 051-845517 (Estates Office).

  • If the accident occurs after hours please contact the Caredoc, 1850 334 999 or the Accident & Emergency Department at Waterford University Hospital, 051-848000.

  • If your injury is serious please contact the emergency services immediately. Dial 999 or 112.

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