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COVID-19 MESSAGE: Toll Tag Carpark Entry Now Available:
The “Easytrip” parking service is now available to all “tag” customers at Blackrock Clinic. This enables patients and visitors to access the car park without the need to pay cash or use card payment.
Should you have any need to attend the Clinic in the coming days, you could avail of the “Easytrip” parking service on site. Once you have “parking” activated on your tag, the tag will beep and the barrier will lift automatically for you on entry and exit.
If you have any queries please contact Easytrip on 01 861 3200.
As always your health remains our primary concern.
The following information may help you plan your journey to and from the clinic.
Entering Blackrock Clinic by Car
If travelling to the Clinic from the city direction, right turns are permitted, except between the hours of 4pm and 7pm, when access to the clinic is only permitted from the other direction.
If travelling to the clinic during the hours of 4pm – 7pm and approaching the clinic from the city direction, use the N11 otherwise known as the Stillorgan dual carriage way. Turn left into Mount Merrion Ave bringing you back to Rock Road, where you can access the clinic.
If travelling to the clinic from the Blackrock direction towards the city, you may experience some traffic delays as all traffic is down to one lane.
If travelling to the clinic from the M50, take the Sandyford exit at junction 14 and drive towards the N11 (otherwise known as the Stillorgan dual carriageway). Turn left onto the Stillorgan dual carriageway and take a right turn down Mount Merrion Avenue. Take a left turn at the bottom of Mount Merrion Avenue, bringing you on to Rock Road, where you can access the clinic from this direction.
– Latitude: 53.3048054
– Longitude: -6.188011200000005
Tip – Leave plenty of time for your journey if travelling by car or taxi
Alternative Modes of Transport
If you plan to take the bus, the following bus routes will take you to the nearest bus stop outside the clinic.
- Number 4 – From City Centre, O’Connell St. From Monkstown Avenue.
- Number 7 – From City Centre, O’ Connell St. From Loughlinstown Park, Cherrywood.
- Number 8 – From City Centre, Parnell Square. From Dalkey, Ulverton Road.
Bus timetables are available by contacting Dublin Bus on 01-8734222 or by visiting their website: Dublin Bus
Dart / Train
The nearest Dart / Train station to the clinic is Blackrock. From the station, Blackrock Clinic is a short walk (approx 10 min) through Blackrock village, turning right onto Rock Road toward the City Centre. We are located on the left opposite Blackrock Park.
Darts begin from approximately 6.00hrs and finish at approximately 23.20hrs. Some Intercity and Communter trains also stop at Blackrock Station. For information on DART, Commuter and Intercity trains please contact Iarnrod Eireann on 01-8366222 or visit their website www.irishrail.ie
If you plan to cycle, there are bicycle racks available around the grounds for safe storeage of your bike.
Blackrock Clinic provides concessions for patients and their visitors who attend the hospital regularly or over a prolonged period.
A daily pass is available at €18.00 per day, and a weekly pass at €55.00 per week. Oncology patients, who visit numerous times for treatment can use a special oncology pass which is €5.00 per day. Parking for drivers with a disability is available at no charge and is located directly outside the hospital building.
The first 15 minutes of parking at the hospital are free. After that a charge of €3.00 per hour applies.
Information on parking concessions is provided to all patients in their welcome pack and the hourly charge for parking is clearly marked at the carpark entrance and all pay stations.
Currently there are 520 visitor car-parking spaces both outside the clinic and in our 9 level multi-storey car park.
Other useful Tips
- Allow plenty of time for your journey
- When making your appointment talk to the person who is making your booking and ask them to suggest to you a time when the department may have a quieter period than usual if apporpriate
- Think of leaving the car behind and using alternative methods of transport