College Facilities - Limerick
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Location:                        T.3.07
Call:                                061 204343
 
Doctors: James Fehily & Mary Clifford 
 
Nurses:  Annemaree McCarthy & Helen O'Dea  HelenAnnemaree
 

How to see a doctor:

  1. Meet with a nurse between 10am and 12pm. (Always go early to ensure that you will get an appointment.)
  2. The nurse will book an appointment for you.
  3. Return at your given time for your appointment with a doctor.

 

Doctors Hours

Monday:            1.45pm – 4.30pm
Tuesday:           1.45pm – 4.30pm
Wednesday:      1.45pm – 4.30pm
Thursday:         1.45pm – 4.15pm
Friday:             1.45pm – 2.30pm
 
Repeat Prescriptions: Tues and Wed
 

Fees

MIC Medical Centre visits cost €10. Medical Card holders must bring their current Medical Card or else they will have to pay the fee of €10.

 

Weekend and After Hours

Weekend and after hours cover is not provided by the MIC Medical Centre and students who need medical treatment during such periods should proceed to their own G.P.

 

Out of hours

Shannondoc - 1850 212 999  The cost of this service is not covered by MIC

Students who need urgent medical treatment should proceed to the A&E Dept. at Limerick Regional Hospital Tel: 061-301111 which provides 24hr cover or to St. John’s Hospital Tel 061 415822 which is open from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm Monday to Friday.

 

What happens if appointments are all filled?

If all appointments are filled at the medical centre, a doctor will see you guys specifically in the New Street Medical Centre at a reduced cost of 30 euro when, or during semester break times.

 Dr. James Fehily,
Ashdown Medical Centre,
Courtbrack Avenue,
South Circular Road,
Limerick.
Phone 061 301200
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International Students

International Students need their European Health Insurance Card when attending the Medical Centre.

 

Location:                      C1-C4 (Between the library and the practice rooms)
Opening Hours:             Mon, Tues, Thurs 10am-12pm and 2pm – 4pm
Call:                               061-204373

What do the ALC do?

  • One-to-One tutoring on learning.
  • Pre-exam planning.
  • Advice on essay writing.
  • You can also hand in an essay to them for a second opinion before you submit it (provided you allow a few days before the actual due date).
  • Foundation Studies: the ALC runs an Academic Writing module as part of the first year Foundation modules.

 Basically, if you need any help or advice with your workload, give them a call.

 

Location:                      T. 3.11 and T.3.12
Opening Hours:             In-semester ‘Drop-In’ hour at 11am-12pm
 
Call Nessa:                  061-204919
Call Bríd:                    061-204948 
                           
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                                This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Brid O'Connell Nessa Breen
 

Counselling is a daily, in-semester service so it is only open during the semester, not between semester in winter and summer. It provides all students with the opportunity to talk in a confidential setting.

Support is provided for many issues, such as:

    • Stress, Panic/anxiety attacks
    • Eating disorders
    • Bereavement
    • Exam stress
    • Depression
    • Sexual/emotional/physical abuse
    • Bullying and many others
    

How to make an appointment:

      1. Call into the ‘Drop-In’ hour for an informal chat (11am-12pm).
      2. Counsellors will then set up an appointment for you during the week.
      3. Return for your appointment.

 

Location:                 G06 (Near the canteen)
Opening Hours:         9am-5pm
 
Call Eva or Carol:       061-204922                                                    
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 The role of the Health Promotion Office is:

    • To promote the health and wellbeing of students.
    • To provide programmes and activities such as yoga classes, cookery demos, healthy eating advice and more.
    • To empower students to make informed decisions about their health

 

 Feel free to call in during the day with any questions or suggestions for health promotion around the college.

 

Location:                       T.1.08
Opening Hours:              9am-5pm
Call:                              061 204399

Fr Michael Wall

 
 
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Website:      www.mic.ul.ie/adminservices/chaplaincy
Facebook:   www.facebook.com/chaplaincy.maryimmaculate 

 

 

Chaplain

Fr. Michael Wall 
Contact Number: 061-204331or 086 2550436
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The role of the Chaplaincy:

    • Daily drop in service (the kettle is on for a cup of tea and a chat).
    • Provides religious services and opportunities for faith information (Daily mass Mon-Thurs 1pm, Friday @ 8.25am)
    • Provide services for non-Catholic Students (everyone is welcome).
    • Supports students during times of bereavement, illness and during occasions of personal or family upheaval
    • Fosters social justice and provides opportunities for Volunteer work.

 

Chaplaincy Venues on campus:

    • College Chapel
    • Meditation Room (behind Chapel)
    • Symbol free meditation room G33B
    • Chaplain's Office  G48
    • Chaplaincy Hospitality Room T.1.08