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Student Health

Student Health

The aim of the Student Health Service is to provide a confidential and caring Health Service through Health Promotion and Healthy Lifestyle Awareness and to respond to the needs and concerns of our students.

Our service at LIT consists of a Nurses and Doctors Service. The Nurses Service is free to all full-time registered students. Nurse surgery times are available to view on notice boards in the following locations:

Moylish - Notice Board No. 21 on The Street, library and in the S.U. Building
Clare St. - Notice board outside S.U. Library and Student Services rooms (2nd floor across from Knitting Dept.)
Thurles - Library and Reception.
Clonmel - Reception.

Students can make appointments with the Institute Doctors at specific times. Any student wishing to avail of this service must produce their current LIT student I.D. card. Any students with a Medical Card contracted to a GP within a 5km radius of the college doctor cannot use their Medical Card for a consultation with college doctor. The fee is €15 for registered students of LIT. To book an appointment please click the booking button above.

Visit our Staying Safe On Campus section for more COVID-19 information

Functions of Health Unit

  • Provide First Aid and Emergency Medical treatment for sudden illnesses and accidents on the LIT campus, where the Nurse is available.
  • Offers advice and support to students with specific health needs once the student contacts the Unit.
  • Makes referrals to other professional services (internally or externally) where the interest of the student requires it.
  • Keeps all records private and confidential for all students who make contact with the Health Unit.
  • Promotes health of mind and body through edcation, literature and seminars.


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