If you would like to make an appointment for any of our three clinics, please call the clinic of your choice directly.
Christmas Opening Hours
Thursday, 22nd December: Normal opening hours
Friday, 23rd December: Normal opening hours
Saturday, 24th December: Liffey Street open 9 am to 12.30 pm, Pembroke Road and Coolock closed
Monday, 26th December: CLOSED
Tuesday, 27th December: CLOSED
Wednesday, 28th December: All clinics open 9 am to 5 pm
Thursday, 29th December: Liffey Street and Pembroke Road open 9 am to 5 pm, Coolock 1pm – 7.30pm
Friday, 30th December: All clinics open 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday, 31st December: Liffey Street open 9 am to 12.30 pm, Pembroke Road and Coolock closed.
Monday, 2nd January: CLOSED
Tuesday, 3rd January: Normal opening hours
Well Woman advises patients that there is a limited laboratory service over the Christmas period and some tests cannot be offered as a result. We can take Cervical Check screening samples and STI tests along with other appointments that do not require bloods/swabs.
Remember you can still use our Appointment Booking Request Form on the website during the holiday period, although it may take a little longer for a response. Head Office is closed between Christmas and New Year.
Well Woman wishes our patients a very Happy Christmas, and good health and happiness in the New Year. Thank you for your support this year, and we look forward to seeing you again in 2023.
Please note that emails to firstname.lastname@example.org are received and dealt with in our Head Office, Capel Street. Staff in Head Office work Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and do not have any access to the clinic appointment booking service. They also cannot answer medical queries. Please do not send queries for appointments or cancellations to email@example.com. Patients need to contact the clinic of their choice to book an appointment or if an existing patient, to speak to a member of the medical staff. We also have an online booking request form that you may use but again, please do NOT email completed Patient Registration Forms to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are emailing to request an appointment, please contact the clinic of your choice directly. It is always quicker to contact the clinic by phone to make an appointment, as emails are responded to only during clinic hours. However, we understand that it is not always possible for some women to phone to make an appointment. In these cases, an email may be sent to
Reception in each clinic, as follows:
Please note that an appointment should not be considered confirmed until you have received an email from us to that effect.
If you would like to receive some Dublin Well Woman information leaflets, please email us at email@example.com indicating your preference for which leaflets you require:
- Safe Sex/STIs
- PrePregnancy Care
- PostTermination Care
- The Menopause
- Intrauterine Contraceptive Devices (coils)
- Implants and Injectable contraception
Make sure your postal address is enclosed. We welcome feedback on Dublin Well Woman policies and services, or on this website, but regret that we cannot respond to individual medical queries.PATIENT HUB