To Sports Surgery Clinic patients

We hope you are all staying healthy and safe as we navigate our way through these unprecedented times. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many new challenges to us all. The health and safety of our patients is of the utmost importance to SSC.

In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, Sports Surgery Clinic has committed its facilities and resources to the HSE until further notice.

This partnership, which includes all private hospitals, will provide a significant boost to the HSE, providing it with added resources and capacity to treat those patients that need hospital care over the coming period.

 

What does this mean?

During this period, Sports Surgery Clinic remains open but will not be fully operational.

 

Private Consultations

We do have several fully Private Consultants who will continue working from their rooms.

They will provide conservative treatment to patients via clinics and digital conferencing, and elective surgery can still be planned for a later date once regular services are resumed.

Emergency / Urgent Surgery is still available on a restricted level.

Consultants should be contacted directly via secretaries, details of which are on Sports Surgery Clinic’s website or you can contact our GP Liaison at gp@sportssurgeryclinic.com or 01 5262300.

 

Sports Medicine Department

Our Sports Medicine Department consisting of Physicians, Physiotherapists and Rehabilitation team will continue providing post-operative care via digital consultations.

To access our Sports Medicine Department please contact 01 5262030 or email sportsmedicine@sportssurgeryclinic.com.

 

Please note the following

SSC does not have an Accident & Emergency Department and does not accept walk-in patients.

Our Radiology Department is fully committed to the HSE, and as a result, no private diagnostics are available until further notice.

 

VISITING RESTRICTIONS

Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19 in the community, all visits to patients have been suspended with immediate effect.

This decision has been taken in the interest of patient safety and staff safety, which remains our primary concern.

 

DROP OFF AND PICK UP

Patients attending for admission or outpatient appointments should only be dropped off and collected. Children are not permitted unless attending as a patient.

Those requiring assistance may be accompanied by one person.

Thank you for your patience and understanding. We will post updates here on our website.