Welcome to Mercer’s Medical Centre
A modern dynamic GP doctors' practice in the heart of Dublin’s city centre, behind Stephen's Green Shopping Centre.
Providing the full range of general practice care to public and private patients, Mercer’s Medical Centre is a Primary Care Research Practice for the Irish College of General Practitioners and we participate in the training of student doctors and in the specialist training of future General Practitioners.
Opened in 1990 as a GP Practice by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and located on the site of the old Mercer Hospital, we are committed in our efforts to provide healthcare for the sick and needy of Dublin, honouring the legacy of the founder of the Mercer Hospital, Mary Mercer. Our premises have been recently renovated and the practice is the largest in Dublin city centre.
We are active advocates for positive change in our health services.
CHRISTMAS 2019 OPENING HOURS
|Monday 23rd December||Normal hours|
|Tuesday 24th December||10am - 12pm|
|Wednesday 25th December||CLOSED|
|Thursday 26th December||CLOSED|
|Friday 27th December||10am - 12pm; 2pm - 4pm|
|Monday 30th December||10am - 12pm; 2pm - 4pm|
|Tuesday 31st December||10am - 12pm; 2pm - 4pm|
|Wednesday 1st January||CLOSED|
|Thursday 2nd January||Normal hours|
|Friday 3rd January||Normal hours|
Changes due to GDPR
In line with new European-wide General Data Protection Regulation guidelines, which come into effect on 25/05/2018, Mercer’s Medical Centre is making some changes. We would appreciate if you could bear with us while we implement these. These changes are to ensure that your private data is secure and that Mercer’s is adhering to the highest standards of data protection.
We will require your explicit consent to be able to send you text messages, including those to remind you of upcoming appointments. Until we have your consent, we will not be able to text you. Please talk to Reception or email email@example.com
We will now be asking you to collect prescriptions ordered from 3pm onwards (a change from 2pm). If someone will be collecting your prescription on your behalf, you must tell Reception then name of that person in advance. If we have not received your consent, we will not be able to release your prescription to a third party. Reception may ask you or your nominee for their ID to verify your/their identity.
REQUESTS FOR DATA (RESULTS, CHARTS, ETC)
We will require your written consent to release medical information to you or your nominee. Reception have consent forms, which can be filled in prior to releasing this information.
For more information see our dedicated Practice Privacy Statement and GDPR page here