New patients, both Medical Card (GMS) patients (Under 8, Doctor Visit Card, Medical Card, Over 70), and Private patients are welcome.
Mungret Medical Centre uses a wide range of methods to contact our patients. These include text messages, emails, calls, and post. We ask that you please contact us immediately, if any of your contact details change so that we may reach you as needed. Communications can be either specific to individuals or may be generic in nature such as notifications of vaccine availability, or other similar activities.
For blood tests and similar preformed in Mungret Medical Centre, we endeavor to contact our patients generally within three weeks. This period is often shorter, but certain investigations can take longer, and review of results is also needed. This contact is usually by text message, but can include calls, and a request to attend for further appointment if necessary.
If you do not hear from us within three weeks please get in touch.
In Mungret Medical Centre we believe that all patients have the right to expect that the health care they receive will consider their needs and will encourage them to take part in decisions about their health and wellbeing and provide them with the information and support to do so. Mungret Medical Centre’s practice charter further describes our beliefs.
Mungret Medical Centre is an University Teaching Practice affiliated with the School of Medicine at the University of Limerick and takes medical students, who are training to be doctors, from various stages of training in UL. Medical Students in UL are postgraduate students meaning they have already completed a primary degree(s) and their time with Mungret Medical Centre develops their clinical knowledge, skills and attitudes required to go on to become doctors. Additionally, Mungret Medical Centre is linked with post graduate training bodies also.
Mungret Medical Centre is not able to offer an end of year accounts service / statement. Please collect your receipts at time of payment.