The Student Health Unit provides an acute illness/emergency service - through a 'walk in' system where a Triage Nurse will provide an initial assessment and make a Doctor's appointment for you, if necessary.
A valid GMIT Student ID Card is required when attending the Student Health Unit.
If you have a pre-existing medical condition that may affect your studies in college, you are advised to register with the Student Health Unit on commencement in GMIT.
If you have an on-going medical condition, you should also continue to attend your own doctor.
If you have a medical card, you are advised to continue to attend the GP you are registered with, or register with a local GP practice while you are attending college. The Student Health Unit does not operate as a medical card practice.
For medical emergencies, please call: 087 9971574.
New! Free online Alcohol Consumption Tool
Have you wondered about the real effect of drinking alcohol on you, and on others? Have you considered how much money you might spend on alcohol in a year?
To help students get ready for the new academic year, GMIT is promoting The Drinks Meter which has been developed by the Western Region Drugs & Alcohol Task Force..
The Drinks Meter is an anonymous, confidential, cross-platform, digital application designed to inform you about your drinking behaviour and how it affects your health and wellbeing.
Click here to login to The Drinks Meter and take the (confidential) test.
|Location||Close to the Students’ Union, Banks & Chaplain in the Dublin Road Campus|
9am – 6pm Monday to Thursday
9am – 5pm on Friday
A GP service is available in the mornings.
|Phone||+353 (0) 91 74 2228|
|GMIT Student Health Unit|