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HSE Community Drugs Schemes Cork & Kerry Contact List

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Scheme Contact Name Address Phone Fax
Drug Payment Noreen O Regan
Ruth Crowley
Margaret Coughlan
Alice Burke
HSE Community Services,
028 40587 028 22382
Long Term Illness Kate O’Sullivan Mallow Primary Healthcare Centre,
022 58734 022 58708
Hardship Aine Hayes,
Mairead Crowley,
Mary O’Driscoll
HSE Community Services, Coolnagarrane, Skibbereen 028 40416
028 40483

028 40413

028 40516
Tuberculosis Aine Hayes,
Mairead Crowley
Mary O’Driscoll
HSE Community Services, Coolnagarrane
028 40416
028 40483

028 40413

028 40516

Health Amendment
(also covers Co. Kerry)

Donal Murphy Primary Care Unit
Block 15 St. Finbarr’s Hospital, Douglas Road
021 4923833 021 4923820

High Tech
(also covers Co. Kerry)

Primary Care Unit
Block 15 St. Finbarr’s Hospital, Douglas Road
021 4923825 021 4923820


CO. KERRY: The contact person on this list for High Tech and HAA also covers County Kerry and DPS/LTI/Hardship is dealt with in Kerry by Joan Barry O’Shea and Nora Lambe, both of whom are based in Rathass, Tralee and contactable on 066 7184519.


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