How much does it cost to see a doctor in Ireland?
This is a common question we hear as prices can vary from county to county and clinic to clinic. Depending on the clinic practice, prices for standard GP visits can range from €45 to €70. Most Limerick doctors charge €50 to €60, which is the country average.
Fees only apply if you are a private patient. If you have a medical card, then public health services, including doctors visits, are free. A GP Visit card also covers visits to your doctor.
Additional services provided by your Limerick doctor, such as blood tests, scans or pain therapy may incur additional charges.
About Medical Cards and GP Visit Cards
Medical Cards are issued by the HSE when your income is lower below a certain level. For more information or to apply for a medical card, see medicalcard.ie. As well as doctor appointments, some prescriptions are covered on a medical card.
A GP Visit Card is also issued by the HSE. It is available to children under six and adults over 70 without means-testing. All other age groups are means-tested. A GP visit card only covers the cost of your doctor’s visit.
How To Pay For A Doctor In Ireland
At Roxboro Medical Centre, we accept payment by cash or card (credit/debit card). Our practice policy for all accounts to be settled at the time of consultation before leaving the surgery. You can request a receipt at the time of your payment. Please retain your receipts, as you will need these when claiming back via your tax returns or via your private health insurer. See fees below.
Below is a list of some treatment fees; please contact the surgery for advice if what you are looking for is not listed below.
|Doctor consultation and bloods||€70|
|Drivers license Medical||€50|
|Travel medicine consultation||€50|
When you are looking for Limerick doctors to assist you with your health, Roxboro Medical Clinic is here for you. We pride ourselves on a friendly, professional service for all the family, and we are dedicated to your good health. Get in touch to register with Roxboro Medical Clinic Limerick on 061 312 291 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Lucey is a very keen sportsperson having played both Hurling and Gaelic Football with his native club Croom as well as representing Limerick from the age of 16 in 1996 up to his retirement in 2015. He represented Limerick at Senior level for 17 years with 67 championship appearances, over 30 in each code.
Following on from his interest in sport, Dr. Lucey completed a Masters in Sport & Exercise Medicine from University College Cork graduating in 2009. He is a certified provider of the EMS Swiss Dolorclast method for ESWT (extracorporeal shockwave therapy).
Dr Lucey has worked as doctor for the Limerick Senior, U21 and Minor Football teams, as well as the Limerick Minor Hurling team. He has also worked as doctor for Limerick FC for a number of years.