If you are planning any trips abroad this summer, make sure you are protected against serious infectious diseases such as Hepatitis A, Typhoid and Malaria. Many common destinations for Irish travelers can pose significant health risks particularly for travelers over 65 and children. Safe and effective vaccines are available at Kilmacud Medical Centre for many of these infections. We can also prescribe pills to protect you against Malaria depending on your destination, health status and budget. When phoning for a travel vaccine appointment, mention this at the time of booking as these sessions take a little longer than the usual visits.
If you are between 25 and 60 and have not had a cervical smear you can get one done for free under the HSE Cervical Check programme. The test is very simple and can help diagnose early cervical cancer. To register for a cervical smear, just login in to the cervical check website and provide your details including your PPS number. If you haven’t time to do this we will be happy to register for you once you provide us with your PPS number.
To get the smear done just make an appointment with us telling the receptionist it is for a cervical smear. Alternatively request an appointment using the link from this web site.
Results of smear tests are available within 4 weeks. You will contacted either by our practice or the cervical check programme.
To find out more about cervical check and cervical smears click the link to this video.