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Traffic Restrictions
St James’s Hospital has introduced a traffic management strategy to reduce the volumes of through traffic to the site for Safety and Security reasons.

This resulted in Restricted Access Via the Rialto Gate, i.e. access only for Staff with Valid Permits, Emergency Vehicles and Dublin Bus. Patients accessing St. James’s Private Clinic may also enter by the Rialto Gate.

James’s Street Entrance to the Hospital will now be the main public access point going forward.
Private Vehicles wishing to gain access to the Hospital’s Emergency Department should use the Intercom located at the Access Barrier.

 

Car Park

HOW to get to Car Park for St. James’s Private Clinic

From James’s Street

Take first left after the Luas Station follow the road and take 2 nd Right

Approach Barrier – Buzz to reception stating what Doctor you are attending

Receptionist will release barrier

Payment €3 to be paid before leaving the clinic at reception to get token for exit

From Rialto Gate

Drive straight past main hospital and car parks

Drive past Hospital 1 & 2 on your right hand side

Take right Turn before Luas station

Take 2 nd Right

Approach Barrier – Buzz to reception stating what Doctor you are attending

Receptionist will release barrier

Payment €3 to be paid before leaving the clinic at reception to get token for exit

 

 dublinbus 123 From O’Connell Street (through hospital) (Drimnagh Road – Griffith Avenue)
40 From Finglas Village To Liffey Valley Shopping Centre
17 From Blackrock Rail Station Towards Rialto
68 From Hawkins St. To Newcastle / Greenogue Business Park
68a From Junction Townsend Street (Stop CQ) To Junction Luby Road
luas Luas Red line The Red Line between Tallaght and Connolly Station has three stops adjacent to the hospital.The James’s stop is at the James’s Street entrance.  However the Rialto stop is the nearest for access to the clinic.This line also serves Heuston and Connolly Stations.
train Train Heuston station is located in close proximity to St. James’s Hospital, servicing the following routes:  Cork, Tralee, Limerick, Waterford, Ballina/Westport, Galway and intermediary stations.
taxi
Taxi

The hospital has a number of free phone taxi courtesy phones in the main concourse, Discharge lounge area and Emergency Department.
This services is available on a 24/7 basis with no call out charge.

Bike

There are numerous secure bicycle parking areas on site. Dublin bike stations are available in a number of locations near our Clinic. The nearest station is station 84 Brookfield Road.

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Parking Parking available.