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Where is the Mercy Urgent Care Centre?
What is an Urgent Care Centre?
The Mercy Urgent Care Centre at St. Mary’s Health Campus offers assessment and treatment to anyone who has had a recent minor injury, for example, suspected broken bones, minor burns and scalds or cuts.
The centre is led by a consultant in emergency medicine and has direct access to x-ray and laboratory tests and we provide a full range of urgent care services, for example; stitching and application of plaster of paris. We have direct access to all hospital services as the centre is under the governance of the Mercy University Hospital.
What injuries or conditions CAN be treated?
*Above list should be recent injuries.
What injuries and conditions CANNOT be treated?
*The above list is not exhaustive.
How much does it cost?
Who works at the Mercy Urgent Care Centre?
The Mercy Urgent Care Centre is staffed by a team, led by a consultant in emergency medicine, including doctors, clinical nurse managers, staff nurses, radiographers, multi-task attendants, physiotherapists, social workers, pharmacists and clerical staff.
Who can use the Mercy Urgent Care Centre?
Anyone from Cork city and county or those visiting from elsewhere can come to the Mercy Urgent Care Centre.
When is the Mercy Urgent Care Centre open?
The Mercy Urgent Care Centre is open from 8.00am to 6.00pm, 7 days a week. After 6.00pm please go to the Emergency Department at Mercy University Hospital or Cork University Hospital.
Where should I go if I have a pain from a long standing injury?
If you have a pain from a long standing injury, please go to your GP.
What should I do in an emergency?
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