If you have a minor injury, the Mater Smithfield Rapid Injury Clinic offers you assessment and treatment. You don’t need an appointment or a GP referral.
You will be treated by a doctor and a nurse who specialise in emergency care. The clinic and its staff can access all of the Mater Hospital’s services. When you arrive at the clinic, you will be registered and then seen by an advanced nurse practitioner or a doctor. You may be referred for X-rays if necessary.
The clinic does not have access to non-urgent scanning including MRI/CT/US or non-urgent outpatient appointments.
Monday - Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday - Sunday: 10am - 6pm (closed on bank holiday Mondays)
Note: Last Registration at 5:30pm.
A summary of these charges is outlined below.
|Type of charges||Cost|
|Non-medical card holders||€75|
|Non- EU short term visitors||€380|
|Patients with full medical cards||Free|
|Patients with valid medical/GP referral letter||Free|
There are a number of options available when travelling to Mater Smithfield Rapid Injury Clinic.
From northside, drive down Phibsborough Road towards Kings Inn on Constitution Hill.
Arriving onto North King Street, turn right and take the third left onto Queen Street.
The access to the Mater Smithfield Injury Clinic’s underground parking is on your left.
From Rathmines, drive down Camden Street onto Aungier Street and onto South Great George’s Street, taking a left when you reach Dame Street.
Keep going until you come to the second right (Bridge Street) and cross over the bridge onto Church Street, turning left when you reach North King Street.
The Mater Smithfield Injury Clinic is on your left with limited car parking to the front.
There is some street parking near the Smithfield Rapid Injury Clinic. Parking on the street and the cost can be found on the Dublin City Council's Pay and Display Parking website.
The underground parking is available also nearby the Smithfield Rapid Injury Clinic. Parking the car in the underground with the cost can be found on the Park Rite's website.