Welcome to
Tallaght Medical Centre

Out of hours clinic every

Bank Holiday Monday

Kilnamangh: 12.00-2.00pm

Out of hours times: 

Monday to Friday: Kilnamanagh 6.30-8.00pm

Monday, Tuesday,  Thursday , Friday: Kingswood 6.30-8.00pm

Saturday: Kingswood 9.00-10.00am

         Kilnamanagh 11.00-12.00pm

           Killinarden 9.30-11.00am

Doctor On Duty on 01-4539333

For emergencies please dial: 999

We will continue to operate Out-of-Hours services at Tallaght Medical Centre. In the interest of safety this will not operate as a walk in service, you will need to make an appointment.

 When you arrive at the surgery please let reception know that you have arrived and you will be added to the list for a consultation with the doctor. 

We are aware that this is a time of increased stress and worry but we are here to help support you in any way we can. If you have symptoms that are concerning you then please call the surgery to book an appointment.

We are offering telephone, video and  face to face consultations as needed. If you and your doctor have decided a face to face consultation is the most appropriate for you then we can assure you that we are doing our best to keep you safe whilst in the surgery.  

We ask that all patients wear a face mask when attending the surgery. We are extremely conscious of your safety and are taking every measure we can to ensure it.

Kilnamanagh: 01-4513589

Kingswood: 01-4516567

Castletymon: 01-4599248

Killinarden: 01-4626265

Please see our "Covid Boosters" page for details.

We are very keen to try to help vaccinate as many of our patients as we can, as quickly as we can. For those who miss out, there will be another smaller clinic at some other time, most likely very early in the New Year. Almost all potential queries you might have in relation to this should be answered in the link sent to you.

Please have a thorough read before contacting the practice with a query in relation to your booster vaccine. Many thanks.

Where and when can you get your EU Digital Pass?
The EU Digital Covid Certificate looks set to be issued from today to around 1.9 million people in Ireland who have been fully vaccinated ahead of the reopening of international travel on 19 July.
People across Ireland who are fully vaccinated are set to begin receiving their Covid passes via email or letter from today.
People who received their Covid-19 vaccine at a vaccination centre will get their pass sent via email. Those who got their jab at a pharmacy or GP clinic, meanwhile, will receive a letter with a QR code which can then be scanned to a smartphone.

Medical form with stethoscope
Nurse Making Notes
Taking blood pressue