Rapid Access Prostate Clinics (NCCP)
Your GP may refer you to a urology department, often through one of the Rapid Access Prostate Clinics if you are aged between 50 and 70 years of age or from 40 years if there is a close relative with prostate cancer (father /brother).
These are special clinics set up in conjunction with the NCCP (National Cancer Control Programme) to provide a fast, efficient service for men who need further tests done to assess for prostate cancer and are located in the 8 designated cancer centres in Ireland. Here you will be assessed by the Urologist (doctor) and you may also meet a prostate nurse specialist.
These rapid access prostate clinics are located in each of the following eight designated cancer centres:
|Beaumont Hospital Dublin 9||Tel. (01) 8093485|
|St. James Hospital Dublin||Tel. (01) 4162850|
|St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin 4||Tel. (01) 2213055|
|Mater University Hospital Dublin 7||Tel. (01) 8032644|
|Cork University Hospital||Tel. (021) 4922113|
|Galway University Hospital||Tel. (091) 542053|
|Midwestern Regional Hospital Limerick||Tel. (061) 585637|
|Waterford Regional Hospital||Tel. (051) 842044|
There is also a prostate cancer assessment service in Tallaght University Hospital Dublin and the Mercy Hospital in Cork.