How to get in touch
In the event of a Medical Emergency telephone 112 or 999.
UCC Campus is closed in line with the government directive of 12th of March 2020. During this closure period and over the Summer months, UCC Student Health is operating a restricted service. Where possible consultations and advice are conducted via telephone. If the clinician on duty recommends that a physical examinations is required and that the matter cannot be dealt with through telephone consultation, attendance at a healthcare facility will be arranged and/or advised. This may be at your local COVID-19 HUB, an Accident and Emergency Department, an Outpatient Clinic or in the Student Health Centre. You may also be directed to attend for a COVID-19 test at one of the local COVID-19 testing centres - in Cork this is based in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Please do not attend the Student Health Centre, your GP, an Accident and Emergency Dept, a GP Out of Hours Service or COVID HUB or testing Centre without prior arrangement. Telephone your Dr first.
Telephone 4902311 for advice from our Student Health staff. During the Out of hours period, a voice message will advise on sources of help available for students remaining in Cork who are not yet registered with a local General Practitioner.
closed for appointments and will remain so for the duration of the clousre directive issued by the Irish Government on 12th of March. A telephone query line is open during office-hours M-F
Telephone enquiiries: 4902311
We do not use general e-mail services to communicate with a student on matters of a clinical nature.
Healthcare Professionals such as your Pharmacist or your own GP or Specialist can request details of prescriptions and other matters in your record by emailing us (with your consent) on the Healthcare professional only Healthmail.ie secure network at:
Results Texting Service
If you give us your consent to do so, we will use our no-reply text service to notify you of the results of investigations.