Prostate Cancer Treatments in Ireland

Centres for Diagnosis and Treatment of Prostate Cancer

The main active treatments available in Ireland for the treatment of prostate cancer are oncology, radiotherapy and surgery. Active surveillance is also widely used with patients who have low risk prostate cancer.

Rapid Access Prostate Cancer Clinics

The public health system has eight centres, four in Dublin and four located in Galway, Limerick, Cork and Waterford where GP’s can refer their patients to Rapid Access Clinics.

Beaumont Hospital,Dublin
Mater University Hospital, Dublin
St James’s Hospital, Dublin
St Luke’s Hospital,Highfield Road,Rathgar,Dublin
St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin
University Hospital Galway
Cork University Hospital
University Hospital,Limerick

There are also prostate cancer assessment services in Tallaght University Hospital, Dublin and the Mercy Hospital, Cork.

HSE Hospital Contact Details and Directions

Prostate Cancer Treatments in Private Hospitals

Bon Secours Hospital Group, Dublin
Bon Secours Hospital Group, Cork
Galway Clinic, Galway
Mater Private, Dublin
Mater Private, City Gate, Mahon, Cork
St Vincent’s Private Hospital,Dublin
Beacon Hospital, Dublin
Blackrock Clinic,Dublin
Hermitage Clinic,Lucan
Limerick Clinic, Raheen Industrial Estate, Limerick

when should I get checked?

This PDF factsheet is a quick summary of risk factors to help you decide if you should get checked or talk to your Doctor about your risk of Prostate Cancer.