Patients

Information for our patients

Appointments

  • How do I make an appointment?

    I can only see patients who have been referred to me by a doctor, so if you would like to see me, you must first ask your GP for a letter of referral. Once I receive the letter, I will contact you directly to arrange an appointment. The GP referral letter can be emailed to reception@drniamhlynch.ie

    I am in full time private practice and so I do not have access to beds or diagnostics in public hospitals, only in the Bons. Therefore, when booking you in, my secretary will always ask if you have health insurance cover for the Bons.

    So, the way to make an appointment is via GP referral. If your child was admitted to the Bons under my care when I was on call, there may be follow up appointments in my clinic if required.

  • What you need to know before attending your appointment

    PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY TO ENSURE A SMOOTH PROCESS

    Payment must be made online here & please enter your child’s name as reference.

    Please be mindful that payment must be made by 12 noon on the Wednesday, the week before your allocated date, to confirm your appointment.  If payment is not made in the timeframe requested, our system will automatically move your appointment to the next available date.

    If you are not attending, please email reception@drniamhlynch.ie at least 1 week before your appointment to allow us offer the appointment to another patient.

    STRICTLY 3 MAX PERSONS ATTENDANCE

    Appointment information

    Once you arrive in the carpark, please ring 021 4877058 or email reception@drniamhlynch.ie to let us know you are here.

    Dr Lynch’s waiting room is the first door on the left, through the double doors at the top of the stairs marked Dr Lynch’s waiting room. please do not use the other waiting room at the end of the hall as we have no intercom facility there.

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Payments & Fees

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  • Letters/Forms, Prescriptions

    Please note: We require a minimum of 2 weeks notice for prescriptions, letters, forms and any additional requests. There is a fee of €30 for repeat prescriptions and €70 for letters/forms. If you would like copies of results in the Bon Secours, please contact the Best Practice Office – tel: 021 480 1600 ext 2441 or email: gkeating@bonsecours.ie

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Useful FAQs

  • I am a Health Care Professional how can I contact you?

    You can contact Dr. Niamh through health mail using the following email address niamh.lynch@healthmail.ie

  • How do I make an appointment?

    I can only see patients who have been referred to me by a doctor, so if you would like to see me, you must first ask your GP for a letter of referral. Once I receive the letter, I will contact you directly to arrange an appointment. The GP referral letter can be emailed to  reception@drniamhlynch.ie or referrals@bonsecours.ie

    I am in full time private practice and so I do not have access to beds or diagnostics in public hospitals, only in the Bons. Therefore, when booking you in, my secretary will always ask if you have health insurance cover for the Bons.

    So, the way to make an appointment is via GP referral. If your child was admitted to the Bons under my care when I was on call, there may be follow up appointments in my clinic if required.

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Opening Times

  • Opening Hours

    Monday: 8am – 4pm
    Tuesday: 8am – 4pm
    Wednesday: 8am – 4pm
    Thursday: 8am – 4pm
    Friday: Closed
    Saturday: Closed
    Sunday: Closed

    Please note: Phones are only answered between 10am and 2pm

    We would encourage any queries where possible to be emailed to us on reception@drniamhlynch.ie

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Our Services

Paediatric Neurology

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Concussion

Dr Niamh is part of the UPMC Irish Concussion network. Children with concussion are referred by GP or from emergency departments. They are assessed using an online tool called ImPact, and a comprehensive clinical examination.

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General Paediatrics

Dr Niamh can accept referrals for general paediatric conditions such as asthma, cardiac murmurs, frequent fainting, recurrent urinary tract infections, suspected coeliac disease with positive blood tests, sleep disturbance, faltering growth in infants under one.

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