We treat obsessive–compulsive disorder, anxiety disorders, addiction and dual diagnosis, depression, bipolar education, psychosis recovery, eating disorders, mood and anxiety and the mental health of older adults.
Make a referral
You can refer to St Patrick's Mental Health Services in the following ways:
- eReferrals can be sent from within any of the accredited practice management systems using the Standard/General referral form.
- Simply select St Patrick's Mental Health Services from the private hospital list and then Psychiatric Referral Service from departments.
- After this is completed, the team at St Patrick’s will respond.
Refer using a referral form
- Download and complete either the adolescent or adult referral form as required.
- Fax completed form to the Referral & Assessment Service at 01 249 3609.
- The patient will either be contacted directly by a member of the Referral & Assessment Service or a team member may contact you directly to discuss the referral.
For further enquiries, you can contact the Referral & Assessment Service at 01-249 3635.
If you have any queries regarding a referral to our services, please contact the Referral & Assessment Service on 01 249 3635.
St Patrick’s Mental Health Services is improving the way we assess referrals in order to improve speed of access. This is in response to feedback from service users and referrers about the waiting times to access initial outpatient assessment in our Dean Clinics.
It is important to note that referrals for inpatient admission will continue to be managed in the same way and will not be impacted by this change.
Any referrals received after 24th November 2017 for the Dean Clinic free-of-charge assessments will be transferred into our new Referral & Assessment service and will now receive a free-of-charge assessment by an experienced mental health nurse. This will allow for more prompt and efficient mental health assessments and onward referral to the most appropriate service.
Service users can access this assessment from their own home, without the need to travel to a clinic. A range of communications technologies including telephone and audio visual technologies such as ‘Skype’ or ‘face time’ will be used to provide the assessment. The choice of communication with the Referral and Assessment service will be based on the preference of the service user.
Admissions policy and procedures are governed by the Mental Health Act 2001.
Please note that there is a waiting list in operation and cases are prioritised, so your client should be prepared for the possibility of some delay in admission.
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