Multidisciplinary, high-quality and compassionate service to all patients
The Department of Neurology at The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital as part of the Dublin Academic Health Care Centre will provide a multidisciplinary, high-quality and compassionate service to all patients suffering from Neurological conditions in a timely and efficient manner. The Institute will provide a centre of excellence where clinical care and research thrive together linking clinical service with the basic sciences at the Conway Institute, UCD to study Neurological degenerative diseases including Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis etc.
The Department of Neurology at The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital will be a leader in the treatment of diseases of the nervous system, and the leading academic department in Neurology in Ireland by continuing its outstanding contributions to patient care, teaching and research. The Institute will provide a framework for a network of Neurological Institutions both nationwide and internationally.
Day Ward – DNI Nurses
Headache clinic – Dr Smyth & Dr Lonergan
Neurovascualr clinic – Dr Marnane & Professor Murphy
Hypertension Clinic – Dr Dolan
Neuromuscular clinic – Dr Smyth
Complex Epilepsy clinic – Dr Kilbride & Noddy Dempsey
Physiotherapy clinic – Grainne McKeown
MS Management Clinic – Dr Lonergan
Epilepsy Clinic (nurse-led) – Noddy Dempsey
Mater Hospital Neurology Led Outpatient Clinics (GP Referrals needed)
Please note that the clinics to the left of the screen are led by the Mater Hospital Campus, even though your appointment may be based in the Dublin Neurological Institute the secretary is not.
Please read clinics to the left of the screen and if you require information in relation to the listed clinics then please contact one of the number listed below.
For information on clinic appointments and correspondence for the clinics listed please phone:
|Stroke Clinic||Clinic 5 Level 1 Mater Hospital||First three Wednesday’s of each month|
|General Neurology Clinic||Clinic 5 Level 1 Mater Hospital||Last Wednesday of each month|
|Epilepsy Clinic||Clinic 5 Level 1 Mater Hospital||First Tuesday of each month|
|General Neurology Clinics||Clinic 5 Level 1 Mater Hospital||Following three Tuesdays|
|Multiple Sclerosis||Clinic held in 57 Eccles Street||First Thursday of every month|
|Parkinson’s||Clinic held in 57 Eccles Street||Following three Thursday’s of each month|
|DBS Clinic||Clinic held in 57 Eccles Street||Final Monday of every month|
The Dublin Neurological Institute (DNI) are delighted to announce that
Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh is an ambassador for DNI.
Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh born 20 August 1930 is an Irish Gaelic games commentator for the Irish national radio and television, RTÉ. In a career that has spanned six decades he has come to be regarded as the “voice of Gaelic games.” He has been described as a national treasure. His prolific career has earned him a place in Guinness World Records.
Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh was a board member of the DNI for a number of years but now joins as an ambassador for the DNI. Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh has contributed immensely to our fundraising efforts and particularly in recent years.
We look forward to working alongside Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh to help better the DNI.