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Infectious Disease service

The Infectious Disease multidisciplinary team provides confidential consultation, advice, diagnosis and treatment for ill people who may have an infectious illness. This service has been in place since 1993.   There is a unique special focus on travellers who may have contracted illness while out of Ireland. Several people with malaria are treated each year. The service provides care for hundreds of people with HIV infection, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Tuberculosis. There is a compliment of inpatient beds for those who require admission to hospital.   A hospital Consultant or GP may refer a patient to the service.

Referrals/Contact Us

The email address below is for referrals to the Infectious Disease Service where HealthLinks cannot be used.   We encourage all referrals to come through HealthLink as this is the safest and most appropriate method however as some GP practices do not have access to Healthlink the email addresses below will be an alternative method of referral.

Please contact Jeanne Byrne or James Madden on  (01)  809 3006 / 2211 or email

How to find us

The infectious disease clinic is located on the ground floor in St Johns ward.


  • Prof. Samuel McConkey, Consultant in Infectious Diseases
  • Dr. Cora McNally, Consultant in Infectious Diseases
  • Dr. Eoghan de Barra, Consultant in Infectious Diseases
  • Dr Peter Coakley, Consultant in Infectious Diseases
  • Medical Registrar/SHO/Interns
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist::  Deirdre Redmond
  • Clinical Nurse Manager 2: Judith Hamilton
  • Staff Nurse: Majella Banahan Walsh
  • Specialist  ID Pharmacist:: Paul Hollywood
  • Senior Medical Social Worker:  Sandra Wayne
  • Secretary: Jeanne Byrne / James Madden

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