If you are worried about your own mental health or that of a friend or relative, take the first step and talk to your GP.
If you are a GP or healthcare provider and you feel that your patient or client needs to come directly into hospital, you will need to send an eReferrals electronically via Healthlink or via your GP Practice IT Management System.
When the sssessment team receives this referral form, your patient or client will be contacted by a member of the assessment team to arrange admission.
For further enquiries, you can contact the Admissions and Assessment team on 01 249 3635 or the Eating Disorders Inpatient Service on 01 249 3471.
Dean Clinic (outpatient service)
For less urgent cases, you can refer your client for a mental health assessment at our community mental health clinics, called the Dean Clinics.
- eReferrals can be sent electronically via Healthlink or your GP Practice IT Management System
- You can also complete a either the adolescent or adult referral form and return it either via fax: 01 249 3609 or via post to Dean Clinic Referrals, St Patrick’s University Hospital, James’ Street, Dublin 8.
For further enquiries, you can contact the Referral and Assessment service om 01 249 3635 or the Eating Disorders Outpatient Clinic in St Patrick's University Hospital on 01 249 3590.
When the Dean Clinic team receives this referral form, both you and your client will receive confirmation of appointment at the clinic.
If you wish to refer your client to our day service, you need to complete a Referral form and return it either via fax (01 249 3609) or via post to the Referral and Assessment Service, St Patrick’s University Hospital, James’ Street, Dublin 8 where they will be assessed and referred to the appropriate programme.
If you have a question about health insurance, you can refer to the Health Insurance - Service User Information section.