Temple Street/ Storm Ophelia related update for Tuesday 17th October
Posted Monday 16th October @ 7pm
It’s anticipated that, with some small exceptions, OPD clinics will resume tomorrow so if you have an appointment for a clinic in Temple Street, please attend at the time arranged.
However due to the impact of Storm Ophelia today, it may be necessary to postpone some elective surgeries that are scheduled for tomorrow. Urgent cases will be prioritised and protected.
Please also anticipate that the Temple Street Emergency Department will be very busy tomorrow as will your local GP services.
For further information please see http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/news/media/pressrel/HSE-statement-on-impact-to-health-services-due-to-adverse-weather-conditions.html
Monday 16th October at 1pm
As a result of the impending effects of Storm Ophelia, Temple Street Children’s University Hospital would like to confirm that it has taken the decision to postpone all scheduled/ planned procedures this afternoon.
Parents whose children were scheduled for these procedures have been advised directly of these postponements and new dates will be arranged. As already advised all OPD clinics have been postponed today. Details of services for tomorrow will follow.
Temple Street’s Emergency Department (ED) remains open but parents are advised to only travel to the ED if absolutely necessary. For further advice please call (01) 878 4274
Parents coming to and from Temple Street today are asked to use the main door of the hospital as opposed to the laneways that lead to the ED and OPD.