All services have returned to normal, with full Covid-19 precautions in place.
The health, safety and well-being of our patients and staff remains a top priority so we have adapted the way we provide care and services, while ensuring social distancing, infection control and enhanced safety measures are in place. Prior to arrival at the hospital, all patients with an appointment will be contacted by telephone for COVID-19 screening. Additional screening will take place on arrival.
Staff are required to wear a face mask at all times in clinical areas and a face mask or covering in non-clinical, all public areas and in multi-use staff rooms. All patients should wear a face mask or face covering before entering the hospital and our concierge will happily provide you with one if needed.
Due to social distancing and the high volume of patients, we kindly ask patients to adhere to the allocated appointment time to avoid congestion in waiting areas. Patients are asked to arrive on time for all appointments and where possible, attend the appointment alone. If you arrive to the hospital early, we would ask you to wait in your car or outside the building to avoid internal congestion. If you happen to be delayed, please phone the relevant department to let them know.
Phlebotomy Outpatient Service
We offer a walk in phlebotomy service from 08:00 – 16:15 (last bloods at 16:10).
Waiting times are generally speedy, however, we can experience delays at times particularly when there is only one phlebotomist working.
Tel: (01) 263 8886 or (01) 263 8884
Dietetics Outpatient Service
GP or consultant referral is required and can be sent directly to the outpatient reception. For informal enquiries, please contact Una Gilligan, Dietitian Manager at (01) 260 9304
Tel: (01) 263 8884 or (01) 263 8886
Physiotherapy Outpatient service
Patients being referred to our Physiotherapy services https://svph.ie/speciality/physiotherapy/ will be given next available appointments, depending on the service required. Average waiting time to be seen is approx 1-7 days after the referral is received.
Tel: (01) 2638884 or (01) 2638886
- New Session €80
- Review Session €60
- Extended Session €100
- MLD & Bandaging €120
- Quick Review Session €30
- Crutches and Education €30
- 6 Minute Walk Test €30
- MLD Only €100
- Bandages Only €40
- Hip/Knee Classes €140
Maple Centre (Breast Clinic)
Our purpose-built breast imaging centre has been designed to facilitate breast imaging in a private and comfortable setting is available to symptomatic patients with a GP referral (this is not a screening clinic). Referral letters can be sent by e-mail or by fax
Tel: (01) 263 8030
Fax: (01) 260 9593
Email for referrals: email@example.com
We are one of the largest radiology departments in the country offering a full range of diagnostic and interventional services, from digital mammography to ultrasound, CT, MRI and interventional procedures
Appointments are required for all outpatient services with the exception of general X-rays (e.g chest, hands, feet, knees, shoulder, spine abdomen and pelvis) where a walk-in service operates daily from 08.00 to 17.30 on Monday to Friday.
A GP/consultant referral letter must be provided and can be sent or faxed to the department when making an appointment. Appointments can be made by telephone, fax or email.
Tel: (01) 263 8030
General x-rays*, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, Dexa, CT, MRI and interventional radiology. Diagnostic breast imaging comprising mammogram, ultrasound, stereotactic or ultrasound guided core biopsy. Cardiac CT and cardiac MRI.
Please note our current waiting times for tests below
- MRI 2 Weeks
- CT 2 Weeks
- Routine Mammo 2-4 Weeks
- Ultrasound TBC
Cardiology outpatient services
ECG*, echocardiogram*, stress test, Holter and BP monitoring, interventional cardiology.
Tel: (01) 260 9301
Fax: (01) 260 9533
Respiratory Medicine outpatient services
Pulmonary Function Tests (PFT), skin prick allergy tests, sleep disorder studies and bronchoscopy investigations.
Tel: (01) 263 8877
Fax: (01) 263 8199
Consultants’ Private clinics
Referrals can be sent to the individual consultants directly. The contact details for the consultants are available here. Some consultants may continue virtual clinics and the option may be offered to patients to whom it may be appropriate.
The Medical Social Work Department recognises that illness and admission to hospital may have an emotional and social impact on an individual and their families. The main role of a Medical Social Worker is to provide support with psychological, emotional, social or practical difficulties a patient or their family member may experience during their hospital stay. The Social Work Department is located on the first floor of SVPH between Consultants Suites 11 and 12. The opening hours are Monday – Friday 08:00 – 16:00
Tel: (01) 260 9214 or (01) 263 8876 or (01) 263 8929