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CHI at Temple Street

Welcome to CHI at Temple Street, an acute national paediatric teaching hospital providing 24/7 emergency care, outpatients care and a range of specialties.

Opening hours:

Emergency Department open 24 hrs
Outpatients: Mon - Fri 08:00 - 18:00

Address: Temple St, Dublin 1, D01XD99

Phone: (01) 878 4200

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Getting here

Our hospital is based in Dublin city centre. There is no on-site parking and limited on-street parking. Please use public transport if you can.

About your visit

Whether you’re coming to stay with us, visiting a patient, or attending an appointment the following pages will help you plan your visit.

Our facilities

We have a range of facilities within the hospital to help make your visit as comfortable as possible.



Located in the basement. Open from 07.30am – 2.30pm Monday to Friday & 08.30am to 10.30am on Saturday & Sundays (Inc Bank Holidays)



Guest Wi-Fi is available throughout the hospital.

Temple Street

Parent Accomodation

There are limited rooms available for parents; priority is given to parents of seriously ill children, postnatal mothers, breastfeeding mothers and parents from outside of Dublin. There is a charge for this service.

Hospital Stock Images School 2


The Hospital School CHI at Temple Street is an accredited school funded by the Department of Education and Skills.


Accessible parking and entrances

On-street disabled parking spaces are available outside the hospital on CHI at Temple Street. Accessible bus routes as identified in the bus chart. Local train stations are wheelchair accessible.


Please enquire at the main reception or phone ahead to confirm.

Sign language interpreter

Please enquire at the main reception or phone ahead to confirm.

Child Safeguarding

Children’s Health Ireland are committed to the protection and welfare of all children who attend our services. We follow national guidance and legislation in this area, and operate under Children First. Whilst attending our services, if you are concerned about the protection or welfare of a child please speak to a member of your child’s care team, who can refer the concern to medical social work if appropriate.

The Child Safeguarding Statement is displayed on all sites and can be downloaded below.

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