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Your Local Health Office is your entry point to health and personal social services, where you can access a wide range of community health and personal social services. Services accessed through the Local Health Office and from Health Centres include general practitioner services, public health nursing, child health services, community welfare, chiropody, ophthalmic, speech therapy, social work, addiction counselling and treatment, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychiatric services and home help.

Top tip: All numbers listed below are clickable on your smartphone, so you can ring them directly by simply tapping on them ;)

Not sure which is your Local Health Office? Use HSE's Service Locator Map to check your address

HSE Dublin North East

NorthWest Dublin Local Health Office: Ground Floor, Unit 4 and 5, Nexus Building, Block 6A, Blanchardstown Corporate Park, Dublin 15. Tel: 01 8975101
NorthCentral Dublin Local Health Office: Civic Centre, Ballymun Road, Ballymun, Dublin 9. Tel: 01 846 7000
North Dublin Local Health Office: Cromcastle Road, Coolock, Dublin 5. Tel: 01 816 4200
Cavan: Community Care Offices, Lisdaran, Cavan. Tel: 049 436 1822
Monaghan: Community Care Offices, Rooskey, Monaghan. Tel: 047 30400
Louth Local Health Office: Community Care Offices, Dublin Road, Dundalk. Tel: 042 933 1194
Meath Local Health Office: County Clinic, Navan, Co. Meath. Tel: 046 902 1595

HSE Dublin Mid-Leinster

Dun Laoghaire Local Health Office: Tivoli Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. Tel: 01 284 3579
Dublin South East Local Health Office: Vergemount Hall, Clonskeagh, Dublin 6. Tel: 01 268 0300
Dublin South City Local Health Office: City Lodge, Old Meath Hospital, Heytsbury Street, Dublin 8. Tel: 01 7077921
Dublin South West Local Health Office: Old County Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12. Tel: 01 415 4700
Dublin West Local Health Office: Cherry Orchard Hospital, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10. Tel:: 01 620 6300
Kildare/West Wicklow Local Health Office: Vista Primary Care, Ballymore Eustace Rd, Naas, Co Kildare. Tel: 045-986 873, 045-986 874
Community Services, Beech House, 101-102 Naas Business Park, Naas, Co Kildare. Tel: 045 981800
Celbridge Health Centre: Maynooth Road, Celbridge. Tel: 01-6303100
Newbridge Primary Care: First floor, Aras Slainte, Station Rd, Newbridge Co Kildare. Tel: 045 491900
Athy Health Centre: Woodstock St, Athy, Co Kildare. Tel: 059 86 33500
Wicklow Local Health Office: Glenside Road, Co Wicklow. Tel: 0404 68400
Laois: Health Centre, Dublin Road, Portlaoise. Tel: 057 86 21135
Offaly: Health Centre, Arden Road, Tullamore. Tel: 057 93 41301
Longford: Health Centre, Dublin Road, Longford. Tel: 043 33 50169
Westmeath: Health Centre, Longford Road, Mullingar. Tel: 044 93 95039

HSE West

Galway Local Health Office: Community Services, 25 Newcastle Road, Galway. Tel: 091 523 122
Mayo Local Health Office: County Clinic, Castlebar, Co Mayo. Tel: 094 90 223 33
Roscommon Local Health Office: Community Services, Roscommon, Co Roscommon. Tel: 090 6637500

Donegal Local Health Office: Ballybofey, Co Donegal. Tel: 074 913 1391

  • Donegal PCCC HQ, St Joseph's Hospital, Stranorlar, Lifford, Co Donegal. Tel: 074 913 1391
  • Primary Care Centre, HSE West, Scally Place, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal. Tel: 074 912 2322
  • Donegal, Health Clinic, Donegal Town. Tel: 074 972 1074
  • Donegal, Health Clinic, Dungloe. Tel: 074 952 1343
  • Donegal, Health Clinic, Buncrana. Tel: 074 936 1044

Sligo/Leitrim/West Cavan Local Health Office: Community Services, Markievicz House, Sligo. Tel: 071 915 5100
Clare Local Health Office: European Health Insurance Card Section, HSE West, Sandfield Centre, Ennis, Co Clare. Tel: 065-6868083

North Tipperary/East Limerick Local Health Office: Civic Office, Limerick Road, Nenagh. Tel: 067 46600

  • Tipperary, HSE, Tyone Health Centre, Tyone, Nenagh, Co Tipperary. Tel: 067 46400
  • Newcastle West Health Centre, Newcastle West, Co Limerick. Tel: 069 62155
  • Kilmallock Health Centre, Kilmallock, Co Limerick. Tel: 063 98192
  • Dooradoyle Health Centre, Dooradoyle, Limerick. Tel: 061 482 600
  • Ballynanty Health Centre, Ballynanty, Limerick. Tel: 061 457 100
  • Southill Health Centre, O' Malley Park, Southill, Limerick. Tel: 061 410 988
  • Moyross Health Centre, Moyross, Limerick. Tel: 061 326 010
  • Limerick, Community Care Services, Ballycummin Avenue, Raheen Business Park, Raheen, Limerick. Tel: 061 483719

HSE South

Cork city: Grattan Street Health Centre, Grattan Street, Cork. Tel: (021) 427 3087 or  021 4921795, 021 4921796
Please note office is only open each day between 9am and 12.30pm. Phone lines are answered between 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.
West Cork Local Health Office: Coolnagarrane, Skibbereen, Co Cork. Tel: 028 40400
North Cork Local Health Office: Floor 2, Mallow Primary Healthcare Centre, Mallow. Tel: 022 58700 
Carlow: Carlow Community Care, Athy Road, Carlow. Tel: 059 91 36520
Kilkenny: Kilkenny Community Care Headquarters, James’s Green, Kilkenny. Tel: 056 77 84600
South Tipperary Local Health Office: Western Road, Clonmel. Tel: 052 6177000
Waterford Local Health Office: Cork Road, Waterford. Tel: 051 842 800
Wexford Local Health Office: George’s Street, Wexford. Tel: 053 9123522
Kerry Local Health Office: Rahtass, Tralee, Co. Kerry. Tel: 066 718 4500

Source: Contact Details for HSE Local Health Offices (HSE)

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